Exhibitions and Events

Selected past exhibitions and events

2020

  • Collect Open, Collect 2020, International Art Fair for Modern Craft and Design, Somerset House, London: 27 February – 1 March, 2020, East Wing Stand E6. Wildflower sculptures (wax) solo installation.  

2019-2020

  • The Art Shop, Cross Street, Abergavenny: 20th November 2019 – 25th January 2020, Etched Entomology (copper plates), in the Winter Show 
  • Anima Silvae Association in collaboration with Kalpa Art Living and Pignano Art Gallery, Tuscany, Italy: May 2019 – January 2020, Etched Entomology (copper plates), in De Rerum Natura | On the Nature of Things group exhibition.

2019

  • Cornell University, The Mann Gallery, Alberta R. Mann library, Ithaca, NY 14855: 15th April – 30th September 2019, Wildflower Sculptures (wax) and Etched Entomology (copper plates), in PolliNation: Artists Crossing Borders with Scientists to Explore the Value of Pollinator Health group exhibition.

  • National Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthenshire: 23rd July – 8th September 2019, Botanical Sculptures (wax) and Etched Entomology (copper plates), in For Safekeeping solo exhibition. 
  • The Art Shop, Cross Street, Abergavenny: 15th June – 10th August 2019, Botanical sculptures (wax) and Etched Entomology (copper plates), in the Mixed Summer Show featuring work by 7 diverse artists for the Abergavenny Art’s Festival.  

2018-19

  • Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales, Cardiff: Papaver rhoeas, Corn poppy and Papaver somniferum, Opium poppy (wax), in Poppies for Remembrance WW1 commemorative exhibition. 

2018

  • Made in Roath, Cardiff: Open studio, for the 2018 Arts Festival.  

2017 

  • Made in Roath, Cardiff: Etched Entomology (copper plates), solo exhibition, for the 2017 Arts Festival. 
  • Off The Wall Gallery, Cardiff: Etched Entomology (copper plates), in Wings of Summer group exhibition.

2015  

  • Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales, Cardiff: Carboniferous plant reconstructions (wax), chosen from the Museum Wales permanent collections for display in Fragile? group exhibition. 
  • Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh and National Botanic Garden of Wales: Giant Lichen cross section (mixed media), in From Another Kingdom – The Amazing World of Fungi touring exhibition.
  • Oriel y Parc, Pembrokeshire: Hedge banks (mixed media), Graham Sutherland Landscape Gallery installation.

2014       

  • Manchester Museum: Boletus edulis, Penny bun and Suillus luteus, Slippery jack fungi models (wax), in Siberia: At the edge of the world exhibition.