• The Seastrand, Scarborough

    My family and I have decided to creat a new and exciting venture in our home town of Scarborough. The Seastrand is a kiosk serving locally made ice cream, locally roasted coffees and teas and locally made biscuits- with a beautiful seaview from our terrace and gallery area inside.

    There will be participatory events and rolling exhibitions for artists throughout the summer.

    So, whilst I will continue to accept commissions, I will be concentrating my efforts on The Seastrand and hope to see you there!

    You can follow my blog on facebook.com/theseastrand and on twitter @theseastrand

    See you soon,


  • New stockist- Malton's Kingfisher Cafe

    It is with great pleasure that I can announce my second stockist. The Kingfisher Cafe in Malton serves delicious food (including the best scones I have ever tasted) and lovely handmade gifts.

    I'm so happy to see my 'Land' and 'Coast' ranges on their shelves.

    You can pop along to buy handmade books, prints, greetings cards and mugs.

    If you're Scarborough based, you can pop along to' Retro 36' for handmade diaries and cards featuring my 'Land' series.

  • Robin Hood's Bay makes the first page.

    Thankyou so much to the Bayfair for choosing my design for their front cover. I am so excited to see it and am thrilled at the opportunity to have my work seen by so many people visiting the Bay.

    How marvelous!

  • Wardle & Jones have a new bookmark!

    A lovely new bookshop in Scarbrorough very kindly asked me to design a bookmark for their customers to use in their newly purchased books and I was thrilled to help.

    This design is inspired by dog walks looking over to the South Side of Scarbrough with it's dozens of wild rabbits that chase over Wheatcroft Hill.

  • Studio closes it's doors.

    For two years, the studio is where I have drawn, painted and made and it was very sad to close the door for the last time earlier this month.

    But plans are afoot for a new and exciting venue in Scarborough later this year- of course, I'll keep you posted about that.

    All that is left is to wish the new tennant every success in her venture.

  • Wardle & Jones- Mini project.

    The very lovely bookshop Wardle and Jones which very recently threw open it's doors in Scarbrough's bar Street, very kindly asked me to create a new design for them to use on bookmarks.

    How marvelous and I loved every moment of designing it for them. The inspiration came on a dog walk on Wheatcroft Hill, looking out towards Scarborough whilst my poor, daft dog tried to catch a little game for breakfast. He wasn't even close to success, bless him!

  • Christmas Exhibition announced! It's Cafe 68, Gillygate, York!

    How exciting!

    From late November, through to January 2016, I will be showing originals and prints in this wonderful cafe. There will also be notebooks and cards available to buy too.

    More details to follow!

  • Easter Crafts at The Heights of Abraham, Derbyshire

    From Friday I will be running willow weaving and workshops and paper work workshops for visitors of all ages- perfect for Easter celebrations!

    These special events will run through until Monday and I hope to see you there!

  • Retro 36- Scarborough, my new Scarborough stockist!

    How fabulous! @Retro36 will be stocking my land designed greetings cards and handmade notebooks.

    The collection will feature the hare, mouse, sheep, stag, badger and owl- each card or notebook will be perfect giftware, given it's beautiful slate grey ribbon finish and matching tags.

    I am beyond excited and look forward to seeing the items on display!

  • A year at The Heights of Abraham, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire

    For the eighth year, I am very happy to be working with The Heights of Abraham. I'll be bringing lots of participatory arts and craft activities to their visitors in 2015!

    Already we've made willow hearts for Valentines' Day, kites, bouncing chicks, vintage bunting, copper embossed leaves for the 'Wishing Tree' and much more.

    Over Easter, we'll be making giant Easter Eggs and fancy paper baskets whilst in May, work starts again on the Children's mural. It will be the fouth time we've painted it and this year there will be a twist!

    In October 'Witch Willoughby' returns and she will once again help visitors to make full sized broomsticks and promises to show them how to power them up for flight!

    What a year! Can't wait!


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