Category Archives: Where to see

June Updates

Hello, here’s the latest news for June!

Catch the Aardvark!

Out of the Hills art and craft exhibition is open until Sunday 17th June at  Aardvark Books & Cafe in Brampton Bryan, between Leintwardine and Knighton.

Amazing art, contemporary craft and Ethel Aardvark! What more could you want? The exhibition features 12 local artists using a broad variety of media and techniques – so catch it while you can.

Refreshments (home made & scrumptious) free parking and free entry – and books. It’s well worth making time to visit. Follow on facebook for the latest.



The Royal Three Counties Agricultural Show at Malvern

Friday to Sunday, 15th – 17th June.  I’ll be there with some of my peers from The Worcestershire Guild of Contemporary Craft, in The Severn Hall, next to the main arena.
Three Counties is a spectacular day out with lots to see & do. And if you love crafts there will be fabulous showings from the local Crafts Guilds and you can be sure that you are looking at unique, original, local work – nothing bought-in or machine made here!
We’re all exteremely passionate about what we do and expect to find us happy to share our (crafty) passion with you.

Royal Three Counties Show

You made it!

Check out my workshop/class dates here.
And don’t forget you can call me if you’d love to make your own fabulous glass. I can often fit in classes for groups of 2 or more during the week (sometimes at very short notice especially if your staying locally on holiday) and I’d be happy to put together an itinerary for a longer workshop just for you!


Stay cool



May Day!


… nope I’m not calling for help, I’m having an aMAYzing time being creative in the studio in preparartion for 2 shows and an exhibition in June.
And before that, I’m catching up with glass photographer extraordinaire Simon Bruntnell for a photo shoot towards the end of the month.

Contemporary glass (mine) is just one of a medly of media to be seen at
Out of the Hills, a brand new art and craft exhibition. Curated by Maggie & Kim Davis and featuring 12 artists from Herefordshire and the surrounding counties, it is being s
taged at the delightful Aardvark Books in Brampton Bryan, between Leintwardine and Knighton.

Out of the Hills opens on Saturday 2nd June, with a Private View at 11am and I have a few free tickets if you’d like one, just let me know and I’ll pop one off to you?
The exhibition is then open 7 days a week until Sunday 17th.
I shall be there on 12th & 13th and morning of 8th, as well as at the opening PV.

Refreshments, free parking and free entry – and books. Well worth making time to visit. Follow on facebook for the latest.
I’m working on some new tapestry (glass) work especially for Out of  the Hills!

I’m very excited too, to have 2 ‘venues’ for Herefordshire Art Week this year; Trumpet Corner Tearooms and Gallery (as last year) in the east, and in the north I’ll be back at Aardvark Books. Love it!
In fact my, pretty well complete, schedule of events, is done!  Opportunities to see and feel my glass and hopefully we get to meet too.



May Workshop News
I have glass fusing workshops running the weekends of 19th/20th and 26th/27th May and with only 3 places on each workshop, they can get booked up quickly, so don’t delay.

Of course, as always, if you would like to come along as a group of 2 or more, and none of these dates suit, then give me a call as I can most likely create a new date/time for you. 

That’s enough from me for now. Don’t forget if your passing, do drop in to see the studio and the little gallery – la piccola galleria (doesn’t everything sound better in Italian?) I am there most of the time but its worth just getting in touch to check before you come.

Take care



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