Visual Artist: Exhibitions and published artwork

2021 Dickens Centenary exhibtion, Rochester.
2020 Illustrator for for front Cover of “Hag’s Well”
2019 Patterns for Peace opened 27 July 2019.
See YouTube links Patterns for Peace, Tina lawlor Mottram
A Lasting Peace for Medway; Collective show funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, curated by Tina Lawlor Mottram; Royal Engineers Museum, opens October 2019.
2018 August; Artist-writer in residence in Zona Imaginaria in Argentina; also subsequent trip to Brazil.
First Irish artist in Zona Imaginaria, Argentina

2016-17 Open Studios; Butterflies
2015 In memoriam
2014 Open Studios; Chiron Mottram and Tina Lawlor Mottram
St Patrick’s Day exhibition and banner; St Patrick’s Day funded by Awards for All
*Invited poet/artist, SWAN gathering, METAL studios, Southend
2012 Beauty or the Beast Collective exhibition: ITV news“>Artists against the airport New Arts Centre, Chatham. Beauty or the Beast? Tina Lawlor Mottram
2011 The Tree of Light; working creatively with longterm illnessThe Tree of Light exhibition & book launch. Funded by Awards for All
2010 Project Manager; themomentisnow!, funded by National Lottery
2009 Medway’s Little Treasures an anthology of children’s poetry, co-edited by Kath Wayman and Tina Lawlor Mottram. Funded by Awards for All
2008 Beyond the 9 to 5 read at Chatham Library to celebrate World Poetry Day.
A Medway Sanctuary part of a collaborative project among Medway artists which resulted in a book called ‘A Medway Sanctuary’ published by Urban Fox Press. Commissioned artwork for book; Urban Fox Press.
World Environment Day, with art workshops for children in Gillingham Library.
Beyond the 9 to 5 Poems some read at Chatham Library and Inernational Womens’ Day
2007 When the forevers become” a collection of illustrated poetry. Published by Urban Fox Press.
The Activity Loft, Community Garden and art project. Funded by the Community Safety Partnership.
2006 Full Circle Funded by Medway Council, National Lottery. Curator of art from recycled waste project which transformed Gillingham High St into a gallery. Public art competition, event in schools and libraries, art exhibition in several venues.
Full CirclePhoenix Woman
Mural artist for Love Gillingham A community week-long event

2005 Full Circle Art from recycled waste Funded by the Arts Council, Allan Willett Foundation, Skipaway Ltd.
Landescape Landescape, Collective show, Bloomsbury Theatre, London
Redefined with Nikhil, Gillingham Library, Kent
Our Planet Earth; Water, Earth, Air> Riverside Country Park, Gillingham, Kent