It feels exciting but strange to be in the last stages of my MA. It’s been such an amazing exprience and a big part of my life for the last two and a half years.
My final course work has been handed in for assessment and now I’m preparing for my MA exhibition, which will take place at Candid Arts Trust Gallery, 3 Torrens Street, London EC1V 1NQ (near Angel tube station).
It will be open 10am to 6pm every day from Tuesday 13th to Saturday 17th February.
I’m hoping to be there every day, please do come along if you’d like to see more of my work and that of the many talented people on my course.
It would be great to see you there – I don’t bite, honest…
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Mr Badger is mortified with all the attention, but I am delighted to announce that my illustration Badger’s Study is one of the winning entries selected for the SCBWI Undiscovered Voices anthology 2018.
The Society of Children’s Writers and Book Illustrators runs a competition to find the best unpublished and unagented writers and illustrators from their members.
The anthology is sent to industry contacts and all the winners get invited to a party where we meet publishers and agents and present our work.
You can buy a printed version of the anthology for £5.99 (excl VAT) or download a pdf for free here.
So put those slippers away Mr Badger and get your glad rags on – we’re off to a party.
So happy to see my book PAUSE on the Cambridge School of Art stand at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair 2017.
A huge thank you to all staff and volunteers who worked so hard on the stand, you are the best!
Sandy Horsley pylon pop up
I’m very excited to be attending the 2017 Bologna Children’s Book Fair for the first time this year.
My work will be on display at the Cambridge School of Art stand along with the work of my fellow students.
Here’s a sneaky peek of one of the pop-up pages in my book PAUSE.