Unexpected Joan Eardley

I’m delighted to see my article ‘Unexpected Eardley’ in the latest issue of The Fleming Collection’s Scottish Art News magazine. It discusses unusual places where you can find paintings by the leading Scottish artist Joan… View Post

From the Highlands to Hampshire: Collecting Joan Eardley

I am delighted to have edited an Art UK curation, ‘From the Highlands to Hampshire: Collecting Joan Eardley‘ as part of the Joan Eardley Centenary celebrations. Art UK Art UK is an amazing research resource.… View Post

Researching Women Artists

I am delighted to have become a member of two groups researching women artists. The first is the Hepworth Research Network. This is a partnership between the Hepworth Wakefield, Department of History of Art at… View Post

From Arran to the National Collection

I am delighted that my paper proposal ‘From Arran to the National Collection: Early Twentieth-Century Responses to the Island’s Landscape’ has been selected for inclusion in the Arran Arts Heritage Trail on-line symposium ‘The Isle… View Post

Harvest Time

As October begins and Autumn matures, we reach harvest time once again. Artists have celebrated this climax of the agricultural calendar in various ways. A Cornfield in Catterline In The Cornfield of c.1960, Joan Eardley… View Post