You can view Siobhan’s works in her online gallery and at exhibitions hosted at her home at Frogmoor Farm and other locations around Norfolk. Her work includes paintings of flowers, landscapes and still life using watercolour and mixed media.
After studying art and graphic design at college Siobhan’s career began working in advertising studios and on the design teams of major department stores in London.
Once Siobhan started a family she began giving private tuition to adults and children whilst concentrating on her own paintings of landscapes, still life and flowers, working in watercolour and mixed media.
Living close to the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew for many years provided a great variety of botanical stimulation for Siobhan’s work. Since moving in 2013, Norfolk has offered a new range of landscapes as inspiration.
Frogmoor Farm, built in 1865 in the traditional brick and flint of the area, was bought by Siobhan and her husband Michael when they moved to North Norfolk. The house, grounds and especially the farm buildings had been very neglected and have now been lovingly restored almost single-handed by the couple.
Siobhan had always dreamt of an art studio separate from the home so the large barn, hay loft and stables were turned from almost derelict buildings into wonderful areas in which to be creative and share with others.