A Marcher artist, I live beneath the slopes of the Iron Age hill fort of Croft Ambrey, situated in North West Herefordshire, on the much disputed borders with Powys and Shropshire. I am primarily a rural artist, influenced by the shape of the land, and the wildlife, birds beasts and people who carve a living from this beautiful, wild area. It is the opposite of urban. I work with a variety of media, particularly natural pigments, beeswax, seasalt, watercolour, charcoal and graphite. I am particularly keen on using recycled and lignin-free paper. Largely owing to current political and world climate, I am back working as a professional gardener and plantswoman. The work contained here represents the many themes I have explored over the past years, from still life, animal, environment, abstract. My life in North West Herefordshire has hugely shaped me, and when there is time and space, will continue to do so. I am looking forward to that time and space.