The lovely London Parenting magazine, Baby and Me has featured one of my new Spring images ‘imagination Eggs’, created for the Little Carousel Gallery!
Prints are available at http://www.littlecarouselgallery.com
Saturday 5 April 10:30 to 14:30
34 Leys Avenue, SG6 3EZ
As part of our Vision of Utopia Exhibition taking place from the 6 March to 27 April Digswell Arts Trust fellows are creating works which you can get involved in.
Illustrator and writer, Sarah Bellisario will be inviting you to collage, paint, and draw your thoughts and memories of the Garden City, binding together Letchworth’s past in a single utopian vision set down in the Letchworth Memory Book. Each page of the volume will be crafted from copies of Garden City texts, weaving together the memories of today with the vision of the town’s Letchworth Pioneers.
An activity for all ages, add your page and become part of Letchworth history.
This is a drop in event.
I am delighted to have been signed by Seven Apex a wonderful agency based in Taipei and look forward to working on lots of exciting projects with them!
For more information go to http://www.sevenapex.com
New book out now!
Published by Lirabelle – France
New work for Little Carousel Gallery.
Have a look for it and other beautiful things on http://www.littlecarouselgallery.com
Here is my newest artwork, a poster for the WONDERFUL Keston Cobblers Club, ‘Nooks and Crannies’ tour.
Check out the band who are amazing and if you can get tickets for some of their quirky venues around the country.
Tickets on sale now! – http://www.kestoncobblersclub.com/secret-handshake for info
Just getting to work on my story again after a short break for Christmas……more Pirate tales to come soon, watch this space!
My Entry for the AOI illustration competition, to show a character from a London story, song or Urban Legend.
Spring Heeled Jack was a bogey man sort of Urban myth, supposedly first sighted terrorising women near Clapham Common in the Victorian Era.
He was reported to be many things from a demon, an aristocrat in a mask and cape, a flying man, or the devil himself.
Purported to be able to blow blue flames from his lips and leap enormous heights in a single bound…. hence the name ‘Spring Heeled Jack’.
Several Penny Dreadfuls’ were written about him and his frightening exploits.
Here is a piece of artwork I was commissioned to do over the summer by Kingshott school, i’ve gone a bit more traditional than usual. The kids are drawn around the fabulous climbing tree from the grounds at the school.