Abstract art, created and inspired by the seas curves and reflections.

Beautiful Stained Glass mosaic sculpture.

My Thoughts

Art is my therapy. I enjoy experimenting and messing around with textures and materials, whilst soul searching and pushing boundaries. 

I love trying out new ideas, they don't always work out, but inevitably lead to other ideas.

It almost always makes a mess of both myself and my workshop.

"A Creative mess is better than idle tidiness"


 Where the Magic Happens

My Workshop

I am extremely fortunate enough to have my very own creative workshop space in our garden. It was built and designed by my fella, who is gold when it comes to DIY. Almost everything has been salvaged (recycled), from the wood,  to the double glazing doors. Luckily he puts up with a lot of my crazy ideas.

How it works with you, me and commissions


What Makes Me Tick?

I love music... and listen to all kinds of everything... depending on my mood. 

Just turn up the volume and dance around the kitchen kind of girl.

...all the world's a stage...

Music is food for the soul.


I find inspiration from reflections, texture and movement, and I am hugely influenced by the flowing curves of the Art Nouveau movement and era.

But take me to the Beach and I'm in my element..in my favorite place, no matter what the weather.

Crashing moody waves or smooth as glass tides, always changing, evolving, moving.

Me, with

The Angel of Mottisfont

By Boris Anrep

On a personal note

After completing A Levels in Art & Design, Textiles and Photography, it wasn't until much later that I discovered my love for Mosaics whilst living in Cyprus.

At the time my ( then 4 yr old) son was in the process of being diagnosed with Autism, Dyspraxia and moderate learning disabilities.

I am eternally grateful to a

"Higher Power"

For guiding me towards this truly wonderful gift of creating mosaics.

Mosaic Art became a way that allowed me to focus on my creative skills, whilst opening my eyes to the complexity of his Autism diagnosis and how to understand it.


My son is now 15 and it's becoming apparent that he may struggle to fend for himself in the outside world, and more than likely will have depend on myself and others to help him for the rest of his life.  

........and I've just given up the booze.....

but that's another story.

Thanks for reading if you got this far....