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With many shows and galleries now fully open, I am privileged to be participating in several events this year. Following are the places you can find my work. Watch this space for more dates in the calendar.

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14 May- 24th July

Spring Fling Exhibit, The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle

To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Spring Fling - the Dumfries and Galloway Arts Trail - The Biscuit Factory is exhibiting a curated collection of pieces from Spring Fling artists, old and new. As the receiver of the Emerge Bursary from Upland, my work is being displayed as the emerging artist in this year's festival.

6pm 1st June

Spring Fling Opening Evening

I will be opening my doors before the main event with a relaxed evening of wine and conversation. For those who would like first-look of the new collection and the opportunity to talk to me about my work before the Spring Fling rush starts, come along on the evening of June 1st.


1st-5th June

Spring Fling

Alongside a prestigious crowd of local artists, I will be presenting a large collection of new work for the Spring Fling arts trail. The pieces for sale will be a reflection of the mentoring I have received through the Emerge Bursary, with new forms and decorations on display to the public for the first time. Come along - I'd love to see you!

11th-12th June

Ceramics Wales

'Pots, plants and food' at the stunning Bodrhyddan Hall, among a some of the UK's top ceramicists. I will be bringing a taste of Galloway in the form of my new collection, inspired by Scotland's landscape and developed through the Emerge Bursary.

Tickets can be found on the Ceramics Wales website:


10th-11th September

Wardlow Mires

A truly unique event and one of my favourites, Wardlow Mires is a pottery and food festival created by potters and hosted by the Three Stags Inn, in Derbyshire. Details can be found on the Wardlow Mires facebook page here. 

28th-30th October

Potfest in the Pens

Opening in 1994, Potfest was the first pottery show in the UK. Despite showcasing ceramics in seven different shows over the year, Potfest is still a down-to-earth place to buy in person and meet the maker. I will be displaying pieces newly developed during the summer months, further exploring innovative decoration.

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