Has been showing textile MOIRÉ/Hull Traders in the British Design 1948-2012 – Innovations in the Modern Age exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum.


Celebrating CERN University of Sheffield – ARTS/SCIENCE ENCOUNTERS

2008 – 2000 exhibitions include

  • MENTAL IMAGE –   Project Ability Centre Glasgow
  • POP ART & BRITISH PRINTS – Christies Gallery London Contemporary British Art Gallery Deco Tokyo
  • THE CREATIVE SCREEN – Eckersley Gallery University of the Arts London
  • PASSING CLOUD – hand made paper pulp Installation Ikon Gallery Birmingham and Salford University Gallery
  • CONTEMPORARY ART – Paper pulp collage Gallery Deco Tokyo

2000 – 1970 exhibitions include

  • VOLCANO – hand made paper collage Barbican Centre London and at Wasserturm Vienna
  • LIBRARY of STRANGE BOOKS – GardnerCentre Sussex University & Edinburg Festival International
  • ARTIST BOOKS – New York & at Saturday Gallery Ohio USA


  • SCREEN PRINTS in the British, Victoria & Albert and the Hunterian Museum / Departments of Prints
    and Drawings / University of the Arts, London College of Communication and in private collections
  • BOOK ART in Victoria & Albert Museum, Ruth and Marvin Sacknar Archive, Miami, USA
  • HANDMADE PAPER COLLAGE “Volcano”, Victoria & Albert Museum
  • TEXTILES Victoria & Albert Museum Department of Modern Textiles and at Whitworth
  • Art Gallery Manchester / Modern Textiles
  • Archival WALLPAPERS at Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
  • Nadia Aovane “crunchart” – Promoting healthy eating and lifestyle


  • Images from “A Library of Strange Books” are included in. the Ephemera Archive of Tate Britain / 2011
  • Taught at Croydon College of Art, London College of Printing, Central St. Martins and University of the Arts. Formed PAPER GROUP in 1986 to promote imaginative use of paper and recyclable materials
  • Member of LANDSCAPE & ARTS network.
  • Supporting and supported by E Rejuvenation International Centres promoting innovative life technology through natural non-invasive methods for maximum physical, emotional, and spiritual health and energy.
  • Artworks can be viewed at Sarah Firmin’s South West London studio and at an in-house gallery in St. Ives Cornwall
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