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23 January 2022


Please click on the image to see the full catalogue of artworks from the 2021 shows.


Work is still for sale - if you're interested in discussing or purchasing anything, please contact me. No commission is taken by The House of Smalls 🖤

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28 November 2021

New business cards!

I've merged my personal website (formerly with The House of Smalls website as I was finding it far too expensive to have both. I don't expect anyone looking at the House to also look at my page, it's just a way to keep it all together!

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28 December 2021

Tote bags for sale! 

  • Open main compartment with easy access

  • 100% cotton canvas

  • Double carry handles

  • 35cm x 34cm x 6cm

I have a limited number of bags available at £15 (inc P&P for UK buyers) - if you'd like to purchase one please send payment (adding your name and address in the note section) here.​

The House of Smalls is entirely self-funded aside from cost of postage of artworks to and from the House by exhibiting artists. No commission is taken on sales and all additional monies raised go towards upkeep of the Houses and future projects, website and marketing fees, social media promotions and printing costs etc.

Thank you so much 🖤


29 October 2021

We’re in print my loves! 🖤

Thank you so much to the wonderful Janet Cawthorne for including me in her Art in Lockdown: Through the Keyhole series of interviews for the illustrious arts magazine The Flux Review, alongside so many hugely talented and diverse creatives. This is amazing Janet! 

The photos selected are of the second and fourth shows, The Portrait Within and This Volatile State - enormous thank yous to all the artists involved with The House shows.

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7 December 2021



It’s a year today since the first show, Facing It, opened in the original House of Smalls, and what a year it’s been. I can’t thank the 28 artists who exhibited in that show enough for taking a chance with an unknown during such a tumultuous period, and for subsequently supporting me and the House throughout.


Through difficult times it’s been fantastic watching the interactions between artists and viewers; friendships formed; honest emotions, feelings, thoughts and opinions shared.


Thank you so, so much to the 129 exhibiting artists from 18 countries for being a part of the 5 shows; for your unwavering support of the House and each other; and for putting your trust in me to show the works as intended. I’m so proud that 118 of the 129 artists are women. A special thank you to alabamathirteen and Melody Thornton who have featured in every show, and to those artists who have returned 2, 3, 4 times. Without you all The House of Smalls wouldn’t exist.


Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to submit work for shows - I’ve been overwhelmed by the quality (and quantity) of work that comes in with every call and it’s impossibly difficult to make final selection.


Thank you so much to Catherine Oliver, my guest co-curator for The Time of Her Life, for everything, and to the women who participated in that show and literally laid themselves bare - each sharing her unique experiences with such honesty in humour, anger, through trauma; one sentence, a paragraph or more - out of it came an overwhelming sense of togetherness through this mutual and inevitable but highly individualised time of our lives.


Thank you so much to Janet Cawthorne for including the House in her Art in Lockdown: Through the Keyhole series with Flux Exhibition’s magazine, The Flux Review. I thought we’d get a small mention, never did I expect a 2-page spread!


And last but by no means least, a huge thank you to everyone who has supported the House throughout the year by connecting, commenting, sharing and donating - I’ve been truly humbled by your support, words and friendship.


It’s been amazing.