Gail’s lectures range from the Caliphs and their mosques and minarets in Andalucia to El Greco in Toledo, and Velázquez and Goya at the Royal Court, and from Philip II’s austere monastery palace of El Escorial to the grand Bourbon palaces of Madrid.

She lectures to The Art Society (formerly NADFAS), The Art Fund, on various courses at the Victoria & Albert Museum. She has lectured to The National Trust, Inscape Study Courses, Cambridge University International Art History Summer School, the Courtauld Institute's Showcasing Art History Course, and the Courtauld Institute Summer Course, and Art Pursuits. She has also given lectures at the Royal Academy, been Guest Lecturer at the University of Wales in Bangor, given courses at Gainsborough’s House, Suffolk, and lectured to schools and on many adult art history courses including The History of Art Course, and Dilettanti, and in Spain, the Netherlands and Germany.  She has been lecturer on a variety of specialist art tours to different part of Spain including NADFAS, Inscape and Art Pursuits, and she currently lectures on tours to Madrid and parts of Andalucía for award-winning Martin Randall Travel. 

She writes occasional articles and reviews, and is currently planning a book for the general reader on Spanish art. She is also a member of ARTES, which is dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of Iberian and Latin American Visual Culture. 

In 2015 Gail was awarded the Encomienda de Isabel la Católica - the Spanish equivalent of the CBE - by HM the King of Spain,  for promoting Spanish arts and culture through lectures and study tours to the British in the UK and abroad.