Michael Brennand-Wood is a textile artist I admire. In 2014 I was lucky enough to do a workshop with him at Westdean.
Alice Kettle uses machine stitch to create large works often depicting mythological imagery.
Dan Perfect is a painter who works with colour and abstract imagery. I saw his work in the Painter Painter exhibition with Fiona Rae at Southampton Art Gallery.
Jo Spence was a photographer who chronicled her death from Cancer who I find interesting.
Joana Vasconcelos is a textile artist who uses textiles in an innovative and ambitious way. I enjoy her use of colour and materials in her work.
My work is for sale on Art Finder.
the Welcome collection
The Wellcome Collection is a really good source for information on science and medicine. It also explores the link between science and art.
TEXTILE ARTIST ORG
This website is really useful for textile artists. It is full of helpful articles and information.
TEXTILES ARTS NET
This website is a useful directory of links for all aspects of textile art and craft.
VICTORIA & ALBERT MUSEUM
The V&A has to be my favourite museum. It has an enormous range of exhibits and is a really good place to visit for research purposes.
Fabrica is a contemporary art gallery in Brighton. It also has a programme for practicing artists.
Havi Carel is an academic who researches the phenomenology of illness. Her articles express how I feel about my own illness.
NATIONAL AMYLOIDOSIS CENTRE
This website has comprehensive information about Amyloidosis, the medical condition I suffer from.
An article about an exhibition I was involved in at the Oxmarket
Information about an exhibition I was part of at the Oxmarket Gallery, Chichester
ROCHE COURT SOMEONE AND SOMETHING PROJECT
I was lucky enough to be involved in the Someone and Something project in 2015. It is run jointly with Aspex Gallery in Portsmouth. Look out for me in the photos.
Aspex Gallery in Portsmouth jointly runs the Someone and Something project with Roche Court. They also run artist support opportunities