Algae

Algae cover a group of organisms that don't easily fit within the classification of plants. Some algae colonise, and others move around in solitude using a little whip like tail structure.  Others cohabit with fungi to form lichen.  It is a fascinating subject, one which I will never tire of studying, and one which will always inspire my creative streak.

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  • Twitter Art Exhibition Stratford Upon Avon 2017

    The Twitter Art Exhibition is in the UK this year, and launches in Stratord Upon Avon on 1st April.  This will be my fourth year donating a postcard size piece of original art for a charitable cause. All the causes have been great including this one, with the proceeds of sales going this year to Molly Olly's Wishes, a charity that helps children with

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  • Artists Group Show at The Workers Gallery and Workshop, Ynyshir, South Wales 2017

    The show of Gallery Artists work and their work in progress is already up and running at the Workers Gallery and Workshop. I love seeing what we are all up to and what different paths we have taken since the show last year. My own work is progressing as I discover more microscopic life forms. It's making me truly appreciate that there is so much more life that we can't see with the

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  • In Our Minds There Are Many Rooms - Art Installation

    Early 2017, I was invited to take part in the creation of four art installations across North Wales and was sent a box. With the box, we were asked to make something that represented the state or contents of our minds. Tim Lliffe is the lead artist, and in collaboration with MOMA, Machynlleth and Disability Arts Cymru, an arts council award was given to carry out the project which will hopefully involve 1000

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  • Artist Residency Introducing The Micro World At The Workers Gallery

    During the World of Work Exhibition March/April 2016 at the Workers Gallery and Workshops in Ynyshir, South Wales I held two drop in artist residencies. The purpose was to just be there to answer questions about my work and show how my art was taking another turn from my studies of the microscopic.

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