I am exhibiting with NAPA 2-14 July, 2017 at The Crypt Gallery, St.Ives and later at Tavistock Town Hall with Drawn To The Valley, 2-6 August. New works include those on a recent theme of musical starting points and the atmosphere of musical settings and synaesthetic influences.
Four works in acrylic will be exhibited with the fellow artists of the National Acrylic Painters’ Association at The John Rank Gallery, Oxmarket Centre, Chichester from Tuesday 2nd. August until Sunday 14th.August. This should be an exciting event involving member artists from the UK and abroad who all use acrylics in their work, often demonstrating […]
I will be exhibiting with Drawn To The Valley in the annual Summer Exhibition at Tavistock Town Hall, the stunning centrepiece to the town endowed by The Dukes of Bedford. It runs from the evening of Tuesday 26th. July until 4pm on the following Sunday, short but always well worth a visit. My works in […]
This is another first for 2015! I was delighted to have been invited to show at the Hall Gallery, Sterts Theatre, Arts and Environmental Centre and in particular to have a different focus to my very recent Paris exhibition by using collage as the main focus. The well-supported opening set the atmosphere for the period […]
The Vernissage took place on 16th.April, 2015 and was well-attended, lively and tested my language skills! As well as being supported by friends at the event many others visited who were invited via contacts or by the gallery and other artists. In the end about 26 works were available, eleven being mounted works on paper […]
Just a glimpse of some recent works to be exhibited…
From 13 April: Galerie Monod, Paris: An exhibition of 15 large works on canvas and a dozen works on paper. More details and images to follow. From 29April to 6 May ‘Spring Into Art’ at The Belvedere, Mount Edgcumbe. I will be showing 3 works. From 4 May to 25th.May at The Hall Gallery, Sterts […]
The forthcoming show in Tavistock Town Hall opens in the evening of 5th.August. Please contact me for an invitation if interested. To be officially opened by the author of ‘Turner in the Tamar Valley’, Dorothy Kirk.
On a theme of ‘Nature Vivante’ five works were included in this Spring’s Salon. Over 400 invited visitors came to the Vernissage opening on March 10th.
The British Art Show came to The Royal William Yard late in 2011 and so did we! Two astonishing rooms in the centuries old buildings proved a stunning setting for the event.
Three works were selected for the December 2012 to January 2013 Show in St Ives.
2012 saw four works accepted for the Salon de Printemps, Paris in a large and exciting exhibition attended by huge numbers of visitors. The beautiful venue in the Latin Quarter added to the atmosphere with an impressive array of two and three dimensional works of a great variety of styles.