Current practice involves creating at home in Market Harborough and in rented studio space in Leicester.

My first introduction to batik was as part of a Print and Dye Multicultural Textiles course in 1989.

My own work has progressed from quite conventional depictions to more abstract works, which are more intuitive and spontaneous ideas, often responding to memories, dreams, song lyrics, conversations ....

Technically, I'm still intrigued by the limitless potential of resist and discharge dyed artworks and sometimes these are combined with other mediums, such as monoprint and collage, in order to fully realize an idea.

I'm still fascinated by the diverse approaches to this traditional textile art and this very much influences my teaching practice in schools and in my work with adults in community settings.
I offer workshops at the studio space and in schools and give talks and demonstrations to a number of guilds and community groups.



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