Delighted to be at  The Knitting and Stitching Show in 2018 with Tea-Flora-Tales (pictured below at Nadelwelt, Germany in May) It forms part of a series of exhibitions and projects marking the publication of my fourth book for Batsford 'Textile Landscape:Painting with Cloth . I also have work in 100 Hearts (read more details about my piece on this page)
'Kitchen Garden' with Unit 12 Gallery 6 September-15 December 2018. Detail of a 'Pot of Rosie Lee' is featured below.

Gathering Memories a charity exhibition for the Alzheimer's Society. 12 August-30 September, Southhampton Art Gallery (Foyer). The silent auction will take place during the exhibitions (written bids) and via email to the website

'Wee the Bed' number 008 in the auction.

Re-Imagining the Doll's House, at Maidstone Museum, Saturday 15 September to Saturday 12th November 2018. A collaborative exhibition looking at the museum's own collection of doll's houses and the interpretation of the wider themes connecting wider themes of 'small house' and home.
Washing Day Blues
I am delighted to have been invited to take part in an exhibition 'Bloom' from 29 September 2018 to 27 January 2019.The exhibition marks the celebrations in Leeuwarden, European Capital of Culture. 

'Trees' first shown with Art Textiles Made in Britain, has been accepted for the World of Threads Festival in Ontario from October 13 -November 25th

Keep Your Eye on the Planet, touring exhibition organised by Pascale Goldenberg on show at the European Patchwork Meeting 13-16 September 2018. 

Woods, Bruised Heart.
100 Hearts War Stories with the Embroiderers Guild UK at the Knitting and Stitching Shows 2018.   In memory of all our grandparents who served in WW1 and beyond. This piece is called 'For King and Country'.
My maternal Grandfather (surname KIng) who was a policeman and killed on duty in Norwich Blitz (he remains a ‘shadowy’ figure in my life as I have no photographs of him.
My fraternal Grandfather (Holmes) who like many others, lied about his age and joined the ‘Ber Street Boys’. Injured twice and gassed
The Cunninghams (my Romany Grandmother's siblings and uncles) many of whom served. (My Grandmother walked people out to the fields during the Norwich Blitz and made camp there.)
Edith Cavell, a great Norfolk Heroine who is one of the few women who served in WW1 to have a memorial to her name. 
Standing as I do in view of God and eternity, I realise that patriotism is not enough.
I must have no hatred or bitterness towards anyone.
Edith Louisa Cavell, October 11th 1915

In addition, I am also in Page 17 Embroiderers' Guild exhibition where each piece of work takes a book as its inspiration. The final venue is at the Fashion and Embroidery shows Artrix Bromsgrove, Birmingham from 5 September-4 November 2018. Read more here
l will be launching my book 'Textile Landscape' locally with a small exhibition of work with the wonderful  Happy and Glorious, Cranbrook, 10 November-1st December 2018.

'All That Remains', artists work reflecting themes in relation to the Titanic story.

New work by Šárka Darton,Andrew Dickinson, Annie Flitcroft,
Heather Gray-Newton, Liz Hanen

Cas Holmes, Juliette Larken, Madeleine Marsh
Miriam McCann, David Pratt, Maureen Brigden
The work is in a private house near Chichester and has been extended to Summer 2018.For further details or to book an appointment to see the exhibition please email Dr Sharon-Michi Kusunoki 

All That Remains by Cas Holmes, Photo by Julia Toms

Edges of Australia on Show in Page 17 at Ally Pally

Further details of previous exhibitions please see my biography on axis artists or visit my website where you can see examples of my work and collaborations

Please note, All events and exhibitions are correct at time of posting. Please check with individual organisations and galleries for times and additional information.

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