The Foundry gallery is a gallery and contemporary art space in the heart of London’s Chelsea. Jason Slocombe and Jonathan Goode of Le Lay Architects established the gallery in 2010 on the ground floor of their Architecture practice with the intent of showing new artwork that explores the relationships that can be found and forged between art and architecture.
The gallery since its conception has exhibited a wide range of work informed by contemporary artistic practice,across multi-disciplines that have included, painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and site-specific installation.
I come from a practical fine art background with a degree in Fine Art from KIAD, Canterbury (now UCA Canterbury) and an MA in Printmaking from the University of the Arts, London. I have a PGCE in Compulsory Education from the Institute of Education, London and have worked within both FE and HE Art education in the UK.
I also work with other galleries and curators providing them a "boutique style" gallery space in the heart of Chelsea, London with which to rent. I am a member of the Association of Women Art Dealers and The Museums Association both UK