Q2. You've taken part in the last three Combe Down Art Trails. What is it about art trails you enjoy?
I was lucky to be involved from its inception with Jeni Wood and Vikki Yeates. Jeni had such a clear vision and it was her determination that really pushed the Combe Down Art Trail into being and gave it such a great, inclusive personality. I have taken part in a couple of other art trails - albeit shyly - but the Combe Down Art Trail feels more comfortable for me as I usually exhibit my paintings at my mum's, Sally Jefferies, lovely home! I particularly like the atmosphere of the art trail weekend. The village becomes bustling and everyone is very kind and friendly and keen to celebrate artwork.
Q3. What do you plan on exhibiting in the Combe Down Virtual Art Trail 2020 on Saturday 12th September?
I have had quite a busy time like lots of parents and carers juggling school home learning and doing my own work of writing. But I have managed to draw when I can, and have produced several smallish collage landscapes as well as ink cat sketches. I'm looking forward to showing them - but more than that, I'm excited (as I always am) to see everyone else's beautiful work!