Indigo artwork

Indigo Sampler
Indigo and Beyond Exhibition

Making Tracks artwork

Making Tracks
Links and Layers on View

A retired head teacher, originally from Bedfordshire, Pauline moved to Norfolk in 1988. She first studied textiles whilst training to teach and later gained an Open University Arts degree.

Since taking early retirement she has gained a City and Guilds Diploma in stitched textiles and embroidery. Machined work is carried out on the trusty Bernina Record, circa 1972, inherited from her Mother. She has exhibited throughout Norfolk and participates annually in the Norfolk and Norwich Festival's Open Studio scheme. She is a member of the West Norfolk Artists Association and a founder member of mixed-media interest group, ‘Links and Layers’.

Exhibitions and Awards include;

WNAA Spring Exhibition, Thornham, April 2018.
WNAA Summer Exhibitions 2012 to 2017 ( Inga Miller award 2012 and Syd Davison award 2013).
Cley '17 ‘Connectivity’, July 2017. Collaborative installation with Links and Layers.
‘Links and Layers Take 2’, Thornham Village Hall, September 2017.
‘Fashion and Textile’, Old Workshop Gallery, Corpusty, September 2017.
‘Interpretations in Stitch’, solo exhibition, Maddermarket Theatre Gallery, Norwich, January 2016.
‘Links and Layers Together’, Dragonfly Gallery, Watton, Norfolk, March/April 2016.
‘The Inhabited Garden’, The Bank Gallery, Eye, Suffolk, May to July 2016.
‘Materials and Textures’, The Art House Cafe, Cromer, Norfolk, June/July 2016.
‘Great Ryburgh XV’, August 2016
The Stroke Association Art Exhibition, Hunstanton, August 2016, 2017.
Royal Norfolk Agricultural Show Art Exhibition, June 2014, July 2015, July 2016.
‘Indigo and Beyond’, Thornham Village Hall, July 2015.
‘Links and Layers on View’ , Thornham Village Hall, September 2015.
‘Fabric, Fibre and Stitch’ solo exhibition, Dragonfly Gallery, Watton, September 2015.
Eastern Open 2010, Judges choice post card award.