2018 has started off quickly for me, with the first exhibition up!
I have space in Islesburgh Community Centre in Lerwick, Shetland for the month of January. This is a great space a the entrance of the busy building. January is the month the fire festivals start, with many visitors staying in the Islesburgh hostel next door, so may enjoy looking at my colourful artwork too. I have added some viking boats to my artwork especially. My main piece of new work on show is my Mousa Broch painting. I have built the broch with tiny stones collected from the beach near the broch, it is priced at £450 and measures 50 x 50 x 4.5 framed.
Happy New Year! I hope you’ve all had a lovely festive and are feeling inspired for what 2017 will bring. I’ve has a really relaxing time with family and am preparing for some busy and exciting times ahead. Its straight back to work!
First up is an exhibition, in Islesburgh Community Centre in Lerwick. My pieces will be in the large glass cabinets at the entrance to the building for the whole of January. I exhibited here in June and September last year and its a great place to be as its the hub of the community and the staff are really friendly.
The work on display is a mix of smaller sea glass clothesline designs. The latest batch have winter sunset skies, all inspired by Shetland, of course. There will also be more of my painted scaffolders boards, which are made from recycled chunky wood and are very popular.
As its a free space, the staff can’t sell or handle the work on display, but it you’d like to buy something please get in touch – I’m happy to pop in if you want it there and then, otherwise all of my pieces are available to buy on the website. You can contact me via email, facebook or by calling 01595 880 526. Delivery can be arranged so have a browse, and make sure you pop into Islesburgh if your passing!