tel: 07429 297591

I am currently taking private commissions only.





Museum in the Park, Stroud

7th July - 5th August 2018

Every Saturday & Sunday 11am - 4.30pm, and midweek Tuesday - Friday

Private view afternoon of Saturday 7th July, 2pm - 4pm


Proceeds from sold work will be donated to Duchenne UK Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is the most common fatal genetic disease diagnosed in childhood and is classified as a rare disease. The disease almost always affects boys, and they tend to be diagnosed before the age of 5.  There are around 2,500 patients in the UK and an estimated 300,000 sufferers worldwide.  Children born with Duchenne muscular dystrophy have a fault, known as a mutation, on their dystrophin gene, the longest gene in the body. The fault means that they cannot produce dystrophin, a protein that is vital for muscle strength and function. This lack of dystrophin results in a progressive deterioration of muscle strength and function.




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