September – Coming soon

Northamptonshire Open Studios, Art Windows, Group Show

There’s plenty to discover and enjoy for art fans and collectors in the Northamptonshire and South Leicestershire region throughout September. I am delighted to be part of this exciting event which runs across the county. I am delighted to show my work, alongside my friends and artists, Derek Brittan and Greta Paradine Palmer at Pippins Nook Studio in Great Bowden on the first weekend, 2nd and 3rd. Great Bowden is a lovely village just outside Harborough with two cafes and a post office, not to mention a popular pub! Plenty to enjoy if you like art or not! Bowden is a hub for local cyclists so I am looking forward to seeing you over the weekend.

Derek, Greta and I are longstanding members of Harborough Artists Cluster, which is an informal collective of about 30 artists working in Harborough and its nearby villages.

Open Studios

On Saturday and Sunday September 17th and 18th, from 10am/5pm, the group will welcome visitors to the Market Harborough Theatre to view the wide range of their inspiring, artworks, including paintings, glass, textiles, mosaic, photographs, collage and more.

Admission is free. Refreshments will be available.
All of the high quality art work on display will be available to purchase

This year,many of the artists exhibiting work at the theatre, will also be taking part in Northamptonshire Open Studios from the 2nd to the 25th of September.

Brochures, with a map will be available in the Harborough Library to enable people to plan their visit to artists working in their studios in South Leicestershire and venues across Northamptonshire.

Pop-up show – Art in the bike room – Rockingham Forest Wheelers open days

Celebrating 50 years in the clubhouse

Sat 16th – Sun 17th July 2022

11 Ashley Road, Middleton, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16 8YP, 9am – 4pm

Hello and welcome to Summer!

I am delighted to invite you to the clubhouse of Rockingham Forest Wheelers cycling club where I am showing paintings and drawings in the bike room as part of the club’s anniversary weekend celebrations. The club has a proud history of achievement in cycle racing and in the organisation of cycle racing. Many of its members regularly compete in time trial racing, road, cyclo-cross, mountain bike and track races. For many members though it’s all about the regular weekly social club riding and social nights in the clubhouse throughout the year. There’s something for everyone.

The clubhouse has been home to RFW since 1971. It has great, newly refurbished facilities, including a cafe, the static bike room, club rooms and a super collection of cycling memorabilia, which you can enjoy and discover over the weekend.

It’s a privilege to be part of this anniversary event and very exciting! I am so looking forward to meeting you and learning more about this longstanding club. You can read more about the weekend’s events, including rides, children’s activities and more on the club website here.

If you want to enquire about any pictures or have any queries in advance, please do get in touch, email is easiest

Here is a preview of some of the paintings on show… See you there!