BRENDA M KING PRIZE for CRITICAL WRITING in TEXTILES. First Prize. 2023
BLACKWELL ARTS AND CRAFT HOUSE.
Something in Common. Solo exhibition. June-October 2022
THE KNITTING AND STITCH SHOW. HARROGATE.
Textile gallery. 2022
PHD RESEARCHER. LANCASTER UNIVERSITY. 2021-
BRITISH TEXTILE BIENNIAL.
Commissioned artist. 2021
Contemporary Textile Art Biennial. Portugal. 2020
Solo exhibition. Needle museum. Redditch. 2020
HOWARTH ART GALLERY.
Group exhibition. 2020
Storey Institute. Main Gallery. Lancaster. 2018
residency solo exhibition. Bucks County Museum. 2017
Embroiderers Guild. Guest artist. 2018.
Dukes gallery. Lancaster. Solo exhibition. 2017
AA2A Group exhibition.
UCLan Preston. 2016
International group exhibition. Porto. Portugal. 2016
International group exhibition. France. 2016
Group exhibition. Riga. Latvia. 2015
FABRIC OF SOCIETY.
People’s History Museum. Manchester. Solo exhibition.2015
Storey Institute. Lancaster. Solo exhibition. 2014
Univ. for the Creative Arts. Canterbury. 2014
HANGING BY A THREAD.
Sunbury walled garden gallery. London. 2013
EUROPEAN QUILT TRIENNIAL.
THE OLD OAK. PROMOTIONAL BANNER FOR KEN LOACH FILM. 2023
KINDER SCOUT TRESPASS 90TH ANNIVERSARY BANNER. 2022
BLACKWELL ARTS AND CRAFTS HOUSE. 2022
BRITISH TEXTILE BIENNIAL. 2021
BUCKS COUNTY MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY. 2017
THE HARRIS MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY. Preston. Artist in Residence. 2016
KETTLE CHIPS. Xmas promotion. 2014
TEXTILE PORTRAITS. People and Places in Textile Art. Batsford Books. 2023
CRAFT magazine. Sept/Oct. 2021
COVER magazine. Autumn. 2021
LANCASHIRE Life magazine. September. 2021
EMBROIDERY Magazine. Cover image and feature article. May/June. 2019
SIGHT. Sotheby international. 2017
TEXTILES. The Art of Mankind. Mary Schoeser. Thames & Hudson.2012
MUIR TRUST ARTIST RESIDENCY AWARD. 2017
TEXTILE SOCIETY Professional development award winner. 2014
The work is incongruous in that from a distance it looks like it could simply be a pattern, but up close it starts to unfold into social commentary. if you engage with it, it will reveal things to you. CRAFTS magazine 2021