Artist whose work included abstract paintings such as At the Still Point of the Turning World, in Royal Over-Seas League Open, 1994. She was born in Cambridge, studying there at the Cambridgeshire College of Arts & Technology; City and Guilds of London Art School; and Royal Academy Schools. Won a series of awards, including Philip Connard Travel Award, 1988; Richard Ford Award for Travel, 1989; Landseer Scholarship, 1991; David Murray Travel Scholarship, 1991–2; and Vincent Harris Award. Took part in many group shows, including Janus Avivson Gallery, 1990; Bankside Gallery Open, 1991; LG Open, Barbican, 1993; and ASC Studios, 1994. Had a first solo exhibition, from Three Lines, at Stephen Lacey Gallery in 2003, a British Council-sponsored show which toured to Romania in 2004, starting at the National Museum of Modern Art, Bucharest.
Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)