Landmark Arts Centre – Childrens Workshops

Delighted to say I will be running two new workshops at Landmark Arts Centre in Teddington for 10-14 year olds

Marbling & Simple Book Making  – 28th March – 10am -12 noon

Sun Print Zig Zag Book  – Saturday 25th April – 10am – 12 noon

Booking directly with the Landmark Arts Centre



New Date: Cyanotype Workshop

Kew Art Studio workshops

Up coming workshops to be held at Kew Art Studio a short walk from Kew Village.

To book contact: Louise Anderson:

Cyanotype is an old photographic process that can be used on its own, or combined with other processes to produce the distinctive Prussian Blue Prints. This process was once used by architects for plans.

What will I learn?

You will be introduced to the chemical processes to produce the photographic liquid, coat paper to take home, expose, develop the photographic paper to produce unique cyanotype prints – Sizes A4 and A3 and smaller.

You will take home

Craft & personalise your very own bespoke gifts – using Cyanotype sun printing.

You will have the opportunity to work in an artist studio for the day, learn fun techniques, meet new people & leave with personalised gifts you can use for presents: 2 x tote bags, plus hand-designed cards & notelets for special occasions – birthdays, Christmas, Valentine, thank-yous. The possibilities are endless.

About Kew Studio

The workshops will run at St Luke’s House, 270 Sandycombe Road, Kew, Surrey TW9 3NP. Kew Gardens station is very close to the studios.  The studios are on the 391 bus route or there is on street parking.  There is a residents’ parking control Monday – Friday 10am – noon (Bank and Public holidays free) but you can buy vouchers from the studio for £1.40 per day or there is pay and display parking opposite the studios. Lunch is not included but there is a very small kitchen with a microwave, kettle and toaster and there are shops and cafes nearby. Tea and coffee will be provided.


Recycled Wire Art at Kingston Museum

Spent an amazing afternoon at Kingston Museum exploring the use of wire and incorporating it, into making art work. We looked at the current exhibition Another Land and used this as a basis for our art work and creativity.

I had also visited the Kingston Museum and History Centre to research their archives for the workshop.

Love working at this museum and helping people to develop their creativity.















21st – 23rd June 2019

Private View Friday 21st June, do come and join us for a drink on the Summer Solstice

17 Somerset Gardens, Teddington, TW11 8TA

Exhibiting as part of the London Borough of Richmond, ART HOUSE

Getting ready in the studio today, more information to follow

I will be exhibiting with fellow artist and friend, Kirsten Beazley