2022 – Printmakers Pushing the Boundaries continue with an exhibition and residency at MidWales Arts, Caersŵs. And I am also part of a new project group: “Cyd-fyw â’ r Tir/We live with the land/The land as other”, inaugurated by Dr. Veronica Calarco of the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. This short-term project is funded by a Joy Welch research grant and supported by Stiwdio Maelor, Corris.
2021 – As we start to recover from the Coronavirus pandemic by going back into lockdown, Printmakers Pushing the Boundaries are still working, meeting via Zoom and planning exhibitions. Shows are due atQube, Oswestry, and Theatr Clwyd, Mold.
2019 – A new-ish venture following on from the Hartsheath Project: Printmakers Pushing the Boundaries. In this case the boundary is the porous one between England and Wales, still occasionally a source of contention even after more than a thousand years. The project group comprises seven artists making work arising from the experience of walking around the border between the two countries.
2019 – a huge privilege to have had three paintings accepted for Y Lle Celf – the prestigious contemporary art exhibition at the National Eisteddfod 2019 in Llanrwst, North Wales at the beginning of August.
2018 – A new walking project based around Hartsheath in Pontyblyddin, near Mold, North Wales. A group of six artist-printmakers making individual work reflecting the experience of walking together in a defined landscape. An exhibition will be held in Theatr Clwyd, Mold at the end of 2018. See link to Blog on Home page for more details, or go to https://stiwdiopenrallt.blogspot.co.uk or the Facebook group.
Summer 2017 – Installing “Curious Travellers” – photographs are on https://stiwdiopenrallt.blogspot.co.uk