I have been selected as a Lucas Artist Fellow at Montalvo in California, USA and have been awarded a three month residency which i'm taking in two visits: a month in September 2016 and two months in March and April 2017.
My trip is supported by Arts Council England and Lancaster
26 January - 17 March 2017
Peter Scott Gallery
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 17:00
I am showing a new video piece made during my first month
in residence at Montalvo California in 2016.
As California continues to suffer years of drought, the
work shows two different landscapes - the agricultural
Central Valley and the forests of Yosemite National Park.
the Countryside: Thomas Gainsborough to
Compton Verney Art Gallery
18 March - 18 June 2017
11am - 5pm daily
I have three works in this exhibition curated by Dr
Rosemary Shirley and Verity Elson.
Other artists include: John Constable, Thomas Gainsborough,
George Stubbs, Grayson Perry, Ingrid Pollard, Stanley
Spencer and Sigrid Holmwood.
for more information, opening times and admission charges.
Regions of Light
Cheddon Fitzpaine, Taunton, Somerset
18 March - 2nd July 2017
have a number of works in this exhibition alongside Paul
Desborough, Jem Southam and Rev. John Eagles
for more information, opening times and admission
Colours of the Brecon Beacons
is now available to buy online for only
£10 plus p&p
Commissioned by Peak
has been produced as a result of my residency in the Brecon
Beacons National Park in winter 2015 / 16. The colour chart
represents the complex relationships between ecology,
geology, industry, history, culture, tourism and economics
of the place.
Buy a copy here
Curator Melissa Hinkin has written about the work I made
while on the Peak residency
The Scent of Fresh Mountain Dew...
My work features in issue 10 of
Available from outlets including Arnolfini Bookshop, Ikon
Shop, Henry Moore Institute, g39, Mission Gallery and White
for a full list of stockists.
One of my colourwheels from the Bronte Weather Project has
been included in Dr Alexandra Harris
Weatherland, Writers and Artists Under English
book. Published by Thames and Hudson (£24.95)
On Being Out of Place: The Artwork of Rebecca
written by Dr Rosemary Shirley, Senior Lecturer in Art
History at Manchester School of Art, Manchester
Metropolitan University, is now online at The Double
The Double Negative
have been commissioned to develop a new project by public
In Certain Places
I am looking at air quality and pollution and how pollution
affects health and the environment.
This is a long term project and will run throughout 2015 -
In Certain Places
Death by Denim
has been included in issue No.4 of
215 x 145mm
was commissioned by The Harris Museum and Art Gallery in
partnership with In Certain Places
am making an Invaders Archive. The archive will collect and
hold information about invasive plant species and will
cover subjects ranging from science and ecology to culture
and folklore; human influence and climate change to art and
More information here