In Autumn 2016 I won the Rosy James Memorial Trust Award, of £15,000.  This unique bursary, administered by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland on behalf of the Rosy James Trust, aims to assist craft makers to develop their careers by developing a body of work which might otherwise have been unattainable. 

My work has developed more recently to include elements of colour. I have been in the fortunate position that my mother, Deirdre McCrory, has added that colour through vitreous enamel to several works that I have created. I would like her to teach me to enamel and am delighted to have been awarded the Rosemary James Memorial Trust Award to allow this to happen.

This section of my website will give you a snapshot of my progress, for further info please follow me on Instagram @silverlandscape

Read more and watch the Arts Council video