She explores the ever-changing landscape that surrounds her studio in the Peak District – the light, seasonal colours, atmosphere and weather – whilst capturing the relentlessly unchanging and seemingly timeless nature of the high edges and wild moors. She also travels widely through the UK capturing the weather and light in the more remote parts of our island.
Her work explores this dichotomy. She says ‘I want to capture passing moments and express a sense of place. I remain fascinated by the contrast between the unchanging and the ever changing – the weather and the land.’
She has won a national art competition, The Buxton Spa Prize, exhibited with the UK’s best pastel artists at The Pastel Society, Mall Galleries, London and teaches annually at University of Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum – a testament to both her beautiful pastel work and her expertise.