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Roman River Festival – Artist in Residence 2018 01/01/2018 - 31/10/2018

Responding to the theme of the festival, based in and around the Roman town of Colchester, I have referenced Mars – Roman god of war and agriculture. His connection with agriculture is not well known, but many soldiers were also farm labourers, the military campaigning season beginning only after harvest. As a tribute to those labourers I created an ‘army’ of Roman Soldiers from old farm machinery.

CAS Winter Exhibition 
The Minories Art Gallery, Colchester 09/12/2017 - 21/12/2017
Connections
Moverons Farm, Colchester 01/09/2017 - 03/09/2017

A group exhibition of sculpture and photographs with Payne Gunfield and David Trenow.

 

A site-specific installation in a seasonal pond in the woods – working title ‘The Elders’, together with other sculptures in the woods and gardens.
My new book – ‘Moverons, An artist’s sketchbook’ was launched and is available to purchase from Wivenhoe Bookshop and Red Lion Books.

Connecting the Landscape
Moverons Farm, Colchester 03/06/2017 - 04/06/2017

Responses to the landscape, history and wildlife of the farm through painting, sculpture and photography. There will be a sculpture trail and an exhibition in the barn where refreshments are available.

Only Connect
Bures, Colchester 10/12/2015 - 18/12/2015

These images express the disconnect between what is said and what is heard. In failing to use the right words we can cause much distress to the recipient, often unknowingly and unintentionally.

Timelines
Coach House, Colchester 01/04/2014 - 01/05/2014

Works based on natural felted wool underlay from a 16th Century house in Canterbury representing the traces we leave of ourselves on the journey from dust to dust.

Masters at the Minories
The Minories Art Gallery, Colchester 27/07/2012 - 25/08/2012

An installation in bronze and other media attempting to capture the essence of ‘birdness’ and their sense of vitality and movement. ‘The dynamism of the drawing and the static of the bronze create a complimentary playful opposition.’

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