The studio will open this year for the last two weekends in August(23/24 and 30/31) as well as an evening on Friday, 29th. from 6pm to 8pm. This year will once again support Children’s Hospice South West. For an invitation to the Preview on Friday 22nd.August, please send me an email. Two images from works […]
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.
This year the Salon was opened early in March by the Deputy Mayor of Paris. Five new works were exhibited and I was contacted during the show by a gallery new to me interested in a future exhibition, Galerie Monod. This has lead to an exciting new project for 2015, of which more news later.
Forthcoming exhibition! The next exhibition will be in the Salle de Fetes, Place du Pantheon, in the Latin Quarter, opening on 4th.March, 1000h to 1800h and closing on 15th.March. If you are interested in an invitation to the Vernissage on 6th. please contact. The exhibition will feature new, previously unseen works but a small preview […]
I am embarking on a new series of works inspired by recent landscape based drawings and photographs and visits to anniversary exhibitions of Matisse, Cezanne and other painters and sculptors.
Later in January, 2014 I will begin exhibiting with Galerie Thuillier, Paris which is in Rue de Thorigny, near the Musee de Picasso. Initially this will be part of their Salon d’hiver exposition.
Open Studios: Sales at my studio in support of Childrens’ Hospice South West raised £665-20 for the charity. Many thanks to all those who supported and for the invaluable help of Teresa together with Hilary and Beryl, volunteer helpers from Children’s Hospice South West.
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.