I am delighted to be taking part in The South West Home & Garden Show at Westpoint in Exeter on the 14th & 15th April 2018 where I will be showing my new range of kitchen and bathroom tiles and glass panels set into stone.
Come and find me on Stand HM12
Westpoint Arena, Clyst St Mary, Exeter EX5 1DJ
My training in both illustration and textiles has led me to working in a wide variety of fields including archaeological illustration, children’s books and children’s television. For the past thirteen years I have been exploring glass as a medium which I love so much for it’s vibrant colours and textures. My inspiration for both my illustrations and glasswork comes from many sources: the sea, plants, animals, people but also from imagination and from memories of trips to visit my grandma in St Ives in Cornwall and journeys to Europe with my parents.
I am currently focussed mainly on pieces for the home - windows, splashbacks, tiles, mirrors and panels set in stone. I also enjoy working on commissioned pieces which are more personal in nature for special birthdays or memorials.
I run a range of different workshops in glass and other media and have a lot of experience of working with people of all ages (including children) who are experiencing mental health issues, bereavement and loss. I believe that creative work can be very healing and have worked with carers groups, adults with learning difficulties, young mums experiencing post-natal depression and in adult and children’s hospices. I am a qualified teacher and have also trained in arts psychotherapy, play therapy, spiritual healing and reiki.
My studio and gallery is at Broadwindsor Craft Centre, Broadwindsor, Dorset DT8 3PX where I share a space with my husband Phil Brown who works in stone creating hand carved house names and memorials - www.wordsinstone.co.uk.
We are usually open 10.30 - 4.30 Tuesday - Saturday. We are also happy to arrange appointments at other times, please email: email@example.com or phone 07827 916054.
Broadwindsor Craft Centre is open daily 10 am - 5 pm and has a restaurant serving delicious home-cooked food, a large gift shop, craft units and galleries and a large free car park. There is disabled access to most of the centre including our studio.
I run workshops regularly throughout the year at Broadwindsor and am available to give talks about my work or to run small scale workshops elsewhere - please get in touch for more information.