Exhibitions and Festivals etc.

Exhibition of Paintings at The Botanic Gardens of Wales, Carmarthen.


From 4th Nov -13Jan

Paintings include work from Song of the Golden Hare, East of the Sun and The Ice Bear. There will be signed books available and on December 6th I will be in the gallery, painting, talking, reading, drawing and playing with All the bears in the World so come and see me.

The gardens are beautiful and Aberglasney is close by and beautiful.


Cover to Cover 7th December, in the lovely Mumbles.

This will be a last chance to come and have books signed for a while as I have to go to ground and hibernate for the winter. I have spent two years off and on on the road. Now I want to return to a life of peaceful painting. So much work to do. So, come if you can, bring a feather if you can. It’s a wonderful shop and the Mumbles is a great little town.






More info soon.


Signed books can be ordered any time from Solva Woollen Mill. Dedications can be added once form is sent, via email. They ship anywhere and there is no extra charge for signing.












30 Responses to Exhibitions and Festivals etc.

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  2. Jill Lindley says:

    Hi, I am looking to buy a large print of the ‘Space between the Fox and the Hare’, can you tell me if one is available and from where?? Thanks so much,


  3. Peter Clark says:

    Hi Jackie,

    Do you have a list of works currently available as prints?


  4. Rebecca says:

    I’m organising a festival in Greenwich across May/June/July and wondered if you would be able to deliver a workshop? Could you please email me @ rebeccagediking@yahoo.com?


  5. Amanda Hanley says:

    Hi Jackie,

    Please could you tell me if you ever do any work shops if so when, where, the cost and what age range do you take ? We live in Burford Oxfordshire.
    Kind regards Amanda

    • Jackie says:

      I do all kinds of things to promote my books, Amanda, here and there and everywhere. But I don’t do specific workshops really. I am too busy writing and painting and reading. The best way to know when I am around the area is to keep an eye on this page.

  6. Jim Jebson says:

    Hi Jac
    Have you got your schedule for Cornwall in November please. We’re ther for some of November and it would be great to catch up with you.

  7. Rhian says:

    Hi Jackie, I am hoping to catch up with you at Dulverton? At last!

  8. Amy Brooks says:

    Hello Jackie,

    My children and I love your work and I have to read “The snow leopard” regularly to my son to get him off to sleep. Thank you for that, and my little girl has been introduced to dragons in a very beautiful way, unfortunately she wants me to paint an ice dragon on her wall now!

    I was hoping that you could tell me if you have any prints of Pegasus with the poem on for sale at all ?(from the Barefoot book of poems) It would be perfect for my little sister and is absolutely beautiful.

    Thank you

  9. Ffran May-Prigent says:

    Hello Jackie,
    Do you have any work currently being exhibited in Pembrokeshire ? I will home in Pembs next month and would like to see more of your work; last time we found a hare portrait in Milford Haven Docks. By the way, you have many fans here in Brittany.

  10. Hi Jackie
    I’m organising a literary festival in Carlisle , Borderlines in September(6 and 7). Will your new book be out by then? We would love to have you at the festival even without a new book, as all your books are fabulous! I have 2 indie bookshops in Cumbria- Bookends Carlisle and Keswick. I can send you further info on the festival by email if you would like to know more. Look forward to hearing from you, Regards, Gwenda

    • Jackie says:

      Would have loved to have come but I have to tie up my travel with lots of events and won’t be up that way then. Can I let you know when I am? I have worked with the Hedgehog bookshop in Penrith and LOVE the Lake District. Keep me in mind for next year as could build my travelling around you. Meanwhile my email address is jackie@jackiemorris.co.uk Email me!

  11. Helen Anthony says:

    Dear Jackie,
    We have not met as yet but I am a Facebook friend who lives in Glasgow. I come to St.David’s twice a year ( since 1977). I am a cat-lover par excellence! When you come to Edinburgh this Aug. -is it to the Book Festival? I am a very regular attender there & to other parts of the Festival. Can I assist you in any way with your arrangements to be in Edinburgh? I really DO mean ” any way” – as I admire your work & your wonderful communications on FB very much. With best wishes, Helen Anthony.

    • Jackie says:

      Hi Helen, Yes it is the festival. I’m doing two events but apparently am not supposed to talk about them in public yet until they are in the program.I’ll email you. And thanks.

  12. Nona Anon says:

    Looking forward to coming to see you at Holkham Hall. I have written a review of East of the Sun, West of the Moon at http://nonaanon.blogspot.co.uk/

  13. Ailsa Grant-Turton says:

    Dear Jackie
    We are tremendous fans if your beautiful books! We bought a hardback copy of ‘Tell me a Dragon’ for my daughter’s first birthday from Oriel y Parcel while on a brief holiday to Pembrokeshire (from Hampshire) last week. I told the lady at the info desk how much we loved your work and she told me she had seen you just minutes earlier and would see if she could find you for us. Sadly, you had just left as we hoped you might sign your book for our baby for posterity! Might you consider signing a book plate for us to stick in? I know it is a big ask so quite understand if not as I expect you get hundreds of such requests…
    Also, we would love to bring our children to see the artwork in your exhibition – will you be exhibiting it anywhere in England any time soon?
    Thanks so much for your time and thank you for your exquisite books, which have grout much magic for us.
    Very best wishes

    • Jackie says:

      The artwork for Tell Me a Dragon is being exhibited in Hornsey Library at the moment and then moving to Putney. Not sure where after that.
      My books are all available, signed, from Solva Woollen Mill. They have the new bear book coming in very soon and do tend to get advanced copies of the books. You can even get books dedicated if you fill in their form.
      I am really struggling with work at the moment. Too much keeping me away from my drawing board.

  14. Ailsa Grant-Turton says:

    Thanks so much for replying so quickly! I shall get straight onto the Solva website and look up some Christmas presents for the children, as there are still a couple we don’t have. The bear book sounds lovely. We will also try to get to Putney, it would be lovely to see the exhibition.
    Sorry to hear you are not getting time enough for your creative work and I hope soon you will get some more peace to write and paint.
    Thanks again!

    • Jackie says:

      Mt Cat book is out too. I am Cat. And Solva have the jigsaws. And lovely woollen things. Settling to work, but off to find bears soon in Britain. Cornwall to Dumfries.

      • Ailsa Grant-Turton says:

        Good luck with the bear quest. We have ‘I am Cat’ already and adore it but I didn’t know about the jigsaws! Already have a basketful online at Solva but will look again now… Always love nice Woolen things too.
        Best wishes

  15. Karin says:

    Hello Bears and what fun. I might cry at the pictures of you crying at the highland park

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