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Crowdsourcing the Collective: a survey of textiles and mixed media art
browngrotta arts, Wilton, Connecticut

I am participating in browngrotta arts Spring 2022 exhibition.The exhibition reflects the astonishing range of materials and techniques used by 40 artists working contemporary fiber, mixed media and ceramics today.

7th - 15th May 2022


Adaptation: Artists Respond to Change
browngrotta arts, Wilton, Connecticut

I am participating in browngrotta arts Spring 2021 "Art in the Barn" exhibition Adaptation: Artists Respond to Change. Triggered in response to how artists have coped with changes that COVID has wrought, this exhibition surveys how nearly 50 fiber artists have been affected by changes in their personal lives, work practices or circumstances at various stages in their lives.

8th - 16th May 2021

Volume 50: Chronicling Fiber Art For Three Decades

browngrotta arts, Wilton, Connecticut


I am delighted to be participating in browngrotta arts Fall 2020 "Art in the Barn" exhibition Volume 50:Chronicling Fiber Art for Three Decades. This exhibition highlights works by 50 important contemporary artists of modern craft in celebration of browngrotta arts 50th catalogue.

12th - 20th September 2020


Museu de la Pauma, Spain


I am delighted to be participating in Lookout at the Museu de la Pauma in Spain - an exhibition showing some of the best in European basketmaking today. Lookout, which presents the work of 22 makers from 14 countries, is on until September 2021.

Basketry: Function & Ornament

Ruthin Craft Centre


I am delighted to be participating in Basketry: Function and Ornament, which looks at the current practice of some 30 makers from throughout the UK. Curated by Gregory Parsons, the exhibition brings together functional vernacular work from various parts of the country, alongside pieces that are sculptural and ornamental.

Blue/Green: color/code/context

browngrotta arts, Wilton, Connecticut


From 28th April to 6th May 2018, browngrotta arts will once again open its doors for a group exhibition reflecting or inspired by blue and green. More than 50 artists from Europe, Japan, Scandinavia, the UK, North and South America, have created works which interpret these colours and what they symbolize in a myriad of ways. The exhibition will run for just 10 days and a full colour catalogue will be available.



Still Crazy After All These Years

30th Anniversary Exhibition, browngrotta arts


From the 22nd April through to the 30th April 2017, browngrotta arts will present its 30th anniversary exhibition and I am thrilled to be taking part. More than 80 artists from Europe, Asia, North and South America, and the UK will participate, presenting wall works, art textiles and indoor and outdoor sculptures. browngrotta is only open for 10 days each year. The artists' Opening and Reception will be on Saturday, 22nd April from 1pm-5pm. The gallery will be open from the 23rd April - 30th April, between 10am-5pm. If you would like to visit outside the scheduled hours, please call 203-834-0623, to make an appointment.

browngrotta arts, 276 Ridgefield Road, Wilton, Connecticut 06897

Delicacy of Surface & Strength in Structure

Fiber Art Now, Winter Issue 2016/17


I am honoured to be in the Winter, 2016, issue of Fiber Art Now magazine. Click on the link and scroll down to page 18, to find out more.

Excellence in Fibers, 2015

Fiber Art Now Magazine


I was delighted to receive notification that my work has been selected for Fiber Art Now's first annual exhibition, Excellence in Fiber. Keep your eyes peeled for the special expanded winter 2015 issue of Fiber Art Now. Initially planned as a print exhibition, the Fiber Art Now team is working on setting up museum and gallery venues for next year. Watch this space!

Influence and Evolution: Fiber Sculpture...then and now

browngrotta arts, Wilton, Connecticut


Last November I was thrilled to receive an invitation to exhibit with browngrotta arts in Connecticut. Influence and Evolution: Fiber Sculpture...then and now, took place in their gallery/home earlier this year and now returns to SOFA, Chicago, from the 5-8th November. browngrotta will be reprising a variation of their exhibition which features work by pioneers of the fiber art movement of the 1960s and 70s, including Sheila Hicks, Ed Rossbach and Magdalena Abakanowicz, alongside works by artists born after 1965. I have long admired these experimental artists whose works are so pivotal to the development and evolution of basketry and fibre art. Rebelling against traditional techniques and forms, their influence has been felt for decades. By pairing works together, this exhibition explores the impact and influence these leading practitioners have had on later generations of artists, including myself, who approach form, methods and materials with a similar sense of exploration. 

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