6th March. Here’s my latest artwork which is for the Loughborough University Schools of the Arts Foundation Staff Exhibition. The show opened this evening and is on all week in the Fine Art Gallery.
1st March. I’m currently working on a small commission for Giggleswick Junior School in Settle, North Yorkshire…..the painting starts soon!
10th February 2016: This ‘One World’ artwork is my latest very large outdoor artwork, this time for Frodsham Manor House Primary School in Cheshire. It is 3.6 metres wide. They commissioned me to work with all the children in the school, who created all the small artwork which I glued onto my painting of the world and space. The school are commemorating their year as a Global Learning Centre and their International Award from the British Council.
1st December 2016: Here’s my artwork for the 2016 Divine Chocolate Advent Calendar.
28th June 2016: This is my latest piece of large artwork which is for Northway Primary School in Liverpool. It is 3m x 3m and one of the largest pieces of artwork I have created for a school, so it was a challenge in terms of the size and space needed…..but great fun to do. Thanks to Sarah R for organising the visit and workshops. It is now hanging in the school corridor near the entrance.
May 2016: This is a 2m x 2m piece of collaborative artwork for Waterloo Primary in Blackpool. It was designed to go in an archway in their main hall. Thanks to the Deputy Head Cara V for organising the talks and workshops. A super bunch of staff and pupils.
April 2016: This is the second large piece of artwork for Farne Primary in Newcastle, which is 2m wide for their outdoor entrance area.
1st April 2016: Here’s a 2m x 2m piece of collaborative artwork I created with Farne Primary School in Newcastle……such creative staff and pupils! A really great school! Thanks to the Headteacher Lee G for organising everything.
March 2016: Here are 3 pieces of artwork for Brabin’s Endowed Primary School near Preston in North England. Thanks to the pupils for all their hard work and great artwork….and thanks also to the Headteacher Rachel for organising the collaborative workshops.