Birmingham Open Studios Review

With the run up to Open Studios Birmingham we have been featured in an amazing write up by Lee Paul, for outsideleft.com. Read the full feature here. About Open Studios Join us at 422 Custard Factory, Birmingham, B9 4AA for Open Studios this Friday & Saturday! #422CustardFactory Take a behind the scenes look into the canal-side warehouses, old factories, and new developments that make up Birmingham’s artists studios, workshops and project spaces. This open studio event connects the city’s creative spaces, showcasing the artists, designers and makers working within them. Step inside and meet artists in their place of work, explore … Read MoreBirmingham Open Studios Review

Come See The Studio

Birmingham Open Studios A free city wide event Come and explore Birmingham Open Studios, showing the work of nearly 100 artists, across 11 spaces with 5 one off events. Take a behind the scenes look into the canal-side warehouses, old factories, and new developments that make up Birmingham’s Artists’ studios, workshops and project spaces. This open studio event connects the city’s creative spaces, showcasing the artists, designers and makers working within them. Step inside and meet artists in their place of work, explore their working processes, have the opportunity to buy one off pieces, and discover the diversity of talent and … Read MoreCome See The Studio

New Studio

The new studio is officially open! Sitting alongside 9 other Artists and Makers, I am excited to be in my new studio in the refurbished industrial building of The Custard Studio complex. I’m poised to make the most of all the interesting things going on around Digbeth and can’t wait to take advantage of the Art Galleries and events happening on my doorstep! Painting is such a joy when you have great light from mass expansive windows, and space to work on multiple things at once. I have even dedicated a large wall just to showcasing my finished works (sneak peak … Read MoreNew Studio

The Beginning of Something

For my first series of paintings this year I wanted a challenge. I wanted to document and translate scenes that contain all the forms, shapes and weather conditions of our landscape. I chose Wales as my muse. From vivid green hills; to dark demanding mountains, to jagged slate cliffs, the perfect setting for ‘A Journey in Textures’. I embarked on a ten-hour round trip from Birmingham to St Davids experiencing all manner of weather from drizzle, sun, and then dense fog. No matter, the rain, the rolling fields and hills, had a glow, that was enhanced in moments of sunlight … Read MoreThe Beginning of Something