Until 3 January: Following a successful two-month residency, a selection of small pictures will still be available at The Patisserie, Station Street, Lewes, BN7 2DA until the first week of January.

14 February–1 March: The companion show to Maiden Voyage, my multisensory sound/vision experience, Homecoming: a journey into silence and the self will be kicking off the 2015 programme at Hop Gallery, Castle Ditch Lane, Lewes, BN7 1YJ. Come and meet me over coffee and pastries on Sunday 15 February from 11am to 1pm!

12 April–12 July: Writer's Block. A three-month solo showcase of my newest work, this moves into the Ark Centre at the Basingstoke & North Hampshire Hospital, RG24 9NN after Easter and will remain in situ until early summer. This is a great opportunity to see work made in Winter 2014–15 before I begin a completely new collection.

3–31 May: Some of my work will be displayed digitally at Intuitive Visions: Shifting the Margins at Phoenix Brighton, Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB as part of the HOUSE Festival, which is taking place under the Brighton Festival umbrella. This is a collaboration with Outside In, an arts organisation sponsored by Pallant House Gallery in Chichester as a means to further the goals of outsider artists. My work on show explores my experience of Asperger' s Syndrome.

12 June–3 July: Some of the work I created for my Maiden Voyage collection last year will be on display as part of the Summer Salon exhibition at Islington Arts Factory, London N7 0SF. I first exhibited at the Summer Salon in 2013, and it's lovely to be back for this year's show. There will be a Private View event on the evening of Friday 12 June, so email me for an invitation if you'd like to come!

18 July: In a very low-key, informal event, I will be opening my new studio up to the public for the first time since moving to my current premises at the Hillcrest Centre, Newhaven, BN9 9EA. As well as a range of community groups and activities on display, the studios of artists, sculptors, printmakers and much more will be open to visitors.

From September: Following the demolition of Rastgarth, artist Arthur Bell's historic home in Southbourne, near Bournemouth, my faux stained glass windows will be on permanent display at the Hengistbury Head Nature Reserve in Dorset. Many thanks to Bournemouth Borough Council for acquiring them and saving them from the wrecking ball!

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