I’m pleased to announce that my work has been selected for the Light Space Time “10th Annual ‘All Women’ Online Art Exhibition” based in Palm Springs, CA, USA . “Take Time to Smell the Roses” has been Awarded ‘Special Recognition’ in the ‘Painting & Other Media’ Category.
“The gallery’s competition for December 2020 was the 10th Annual “All Women” (No Theme) Online Art Competition. 2D and 3D, women artists only (including photography & digital art) from around the world, were called upon to make online submissions for possible inclusion in to the Gallery’s January 2021 online group art exhibition.
…….The gallery received 1,093 entries from 37 different countries from around the world, as well as from 39 different states and the District of Columbia.” – Light Space Time.
I’m so happy to share that “Covid-19 – Part 1” has been selected to appear in The Stitcher’s Journal December 2020 Edition. Caroline Zoob contacted me during the November lockdown here in the UK. We chatted about my work and she asked if I’d like to share this piece in her publication.
“The Journal is produced quarterly. It is a sixty-page, advert-free publication about embroidery and embroiderers, with an emphasis on vintage fabrics and those who use vintage materials in their work.” – Caroline Zoob.
I am pleased to announce that ‘Pandemic Object 2020’ has been selected for inclusion in the ‘Artists Responding To’ Postcard Project Book. Pen drawing onto card ; Size 10cm x 15cm. This is the third piece of art I completed during Lockdown #2 in November 2020. The others are ‘4 Hours in History’ and ‘Self Portrait’.
“The Postcard Project has been an incredibly moving and emotional project. 2020 has been an unpredictable year, consumed by a global pandemic, environmental turmoil and political warfare, but we have also experienced community and action
…. At the beginning of November 2020, and the start of the UK’s second national lockdown, ARTISTS RESPONDING TO … sent 200 postcards across the UK to 200 artists. These artists were invited to reflect on the year 2020 and create artwork directly onto the postcards. The postcards involved in this project have been curated into an Art Book. The artworks in this book share personal experiences that we can all relate to, and although they are small in size, they are hugely powerful
….. Seeing how much this year has affected every artist in such different ways has really put this year into perspective. The book allows us to experience the artist’s stories in such a raw and honest way, which is sure to evoke a whole array of emotions for our readers.” – Artists Responding To.
Artworks will be on exhibition in 2021 (dependant on Covid restrictions).