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I have new charcoal drawings at Brew, Folkestone in BRINK, a group show curated by Karen Pamplin Browne.


  1. the edge or margin of a steep place or of land bordering water.
  2. any extreme edge; verge.
  3. a crucial or critical point, especially of a situation or state beyond which success or catastrophe occurs

Brew is at 83 Cheriton Road, CT20 1DG and the exhibition runs until 21 October during opening hours. All the work is for sale.

Excuse the poor photo.

There is a curator and artists tour and discussion on 3 October from 7-8pm.

I will also have some monprints in Print Fair II at the Brewery Tap UCA project space, also in Folkestone, from 19-23 October.

The drawings and prints are all relate to Folkestone’s Lower Leas Coastal Park and reflect my continued interest in the theme of gardens – defined broadly to include public parks and other bounded constructed natural spaces – as sites of invisible labour, a theme I began to explore during my residency with the Wealden Literary Festival 2017.

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