February 22, 2022


I have some work in this exhibition, from the legendary “rustsalttar” series curated by Tony Kearney in Port Adelaide, part of the Adelaide Fringe 2022. Fond memories of being there in person for TAR back in 2013.

3 small drawings, Pen & Ink / Acrylic, each measuring 20cm x 20cm.

I am delighted that my piece “St. Paul’s Cathedral & Millennium Bridge” has been selected to be shown at this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

Open to the public from 22nd September 2021 – 2nd January 2022

Royal Academy of Arts

Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD



February 18, 2020

Vessel: Homage to Heatherwick NYC


Vessel: There’s a Hole in my Bucket


On show at VESSEL, The Packing Shed, Hart’s Mill, Port Adelaide, South Australia.

21st February – 11th March 2020


(see flier for opening times)



February 21, 2018

Emma Johnson, Emma Withers and Clare Palmier will be showing work at The Garage Gallery in Aldeburgh 9th – 14th March.

Drinks 12 – 2pm on Saturday 10th March – everyone welcome!


February 10, 2018



The Packing Shed, Hart’s Mill

Port Adelaide

South Australia

I will be taking part in BRIDGE this year, once again – part of Tony Kearney’s now legendary award winning “rust salt tar” exhibitions in Port Adelaide, part of the Adelaide Fringe.

Open from 17th Feb to 11th March 2018.


Turn the Page Artists’ Book Fair 2017

@The Forum, Norwich

Fri 26th & Sat 27th May

9.30am -5.30pm

I will be exhibiting alongside Helen Armstrong Bland as

“The Subverted Unconscious Collective”


СИЗЕWЕЛЛ Sizewell Suffolk Coastal Dislocation

Suffolk Coastal Dislocation (Altered Perspectives)
Hand cut paper maps:
Soviet Map of Leiston c.1942;
O/S Pathfinder 1009 (Aldeburgh & Orford) c. 1981
O/S Explorer Map 212 (Woodbridge & Saxmundham) c.1999

Affordable Art Fair NYC

March 25, 2015


This week some of my work (NYC Maps) will be on show at The Affordable Art Fair in New York City If you happen to be in New York, why not pop in and have a look? TAG Fine Arts will be in Booth 1.1. ….Pole position!

Affordable Art Fair Battersea

February 26, 2015


AAF Battersea
11 – 15 March Battersea Park
Stand E10
TAG Fine Arts


February 13, 2015

KNOT e-Invite

I am delighted to be involved in Tony Kearney’s “KNOT” exhibition in Port Adelaide, part of this year’s Adelaide Fringe Festival. If you are in Adelaide, pop in and have a look!

“Before there was superglue and PVA, before nuts and bolts, it was knots that held the world together.

Bowline, Hangman’s Noose, Monkey Fist, Half Hitch, Rolling Hitch, Clove Hitch, Trucker’s Hitch, Sheepshank, Sheet Bend, Slip, Knit, Purl and Figure-Eight. All secure to the Bitter End.

We have knots for knickers and knackers, in all things woven and stitched, in baskets, rugs, clothes, when getting hitched, lacing shoes, tying a tie, knots to make string into nets, knots in wood, in the stomach, in muscles, in love. Knots of speed to tell how fast your boat’s going or the wind’s blowing.

The exhibition KNOT is the fifth in a series of exhibitions by a group of contemporary artists that deal with a single word theme, the first being RUST, SALT, TAR and SMOKE. We’re expecting KNOT to be just as surprising and inventive.”