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Having undiagnosed dyslexia and ADHD, I often found school and socialising difficult but the one thing that I was told I was good at was drawing, which helped slowed down my racing brain. I always dreamt of being an artist, I was accepted at Art college but due to family commitments and lack of self-belief, I entered the world of work instead (my biggest regret) and then life took over. Life got very busy; five children, working full time as Learning Support Co-ordinator helping and supporting Children with Special Educational needs - I had very little time to chase my passion.

Then the first lockdown of 2020 happened. I was furloughed and for the first time I had time. I picked up a brush (first time in over 30 years) and fell in love.

In my first year, I won the Visitor’s Choice at The Big Art Fair 2022 with HVAF, the Chairperson Award at the Association of Animal Artist, Autumn exhibition 2022. Last year, |I was a finalist in The SAA  Artist of the Year 2023 and Broadway Art Festival Competition 2023.

So here I am, just emerging into the world of art, which means it is a great opportunity for you to own a piece of my early works.

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