Updates

Many events are being cancelled even up to Christmas so unsurprisingly there is only one exhibition I can currently rely on. Organised by Uk Artists, I will be exhibiting alongside other artists at The Royal Priors in Leamington Spa from 1st-20th September, open everyday 11-5pm. I am showing work I have yet to exhibit and some new browser work too.

Warwickshire open studios

Like many events in 2020 Warwickshire open studios have been cancelled due to covid 19.
By now my exhibition would be in situ, so I thought I would share some of the pieces of work I’d have on display

March update

 

2 Blues.’ has sadly finished now. We enjoyed exhibiting at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum and we received many positive comments.

I have had my collagraph print ‘Life’s flotsam & jetsam.’ accepted for The Coventry Open, The Herbert Art Gallery & museum. Coventry. On display from 29th February- 19th April.

Coming up:
From 24th March – 14th April I am taking part in UK Artists annual exhibition at Arts Trail Gallery.
Royal Priors Parade, Leamington Spa CV32 4XT- POSTPONED due to coronavius- on 1st-20th September

From Friday 1st May 2020 (By Invitation Only) – Sunday 3rd May 2020  I will be exhibiting at the Stratford Art fair 2020
Stratford-upon-Avon Town Hall, 1 Sheep St, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EF – POSTPONED – on 25th-27th September.

 

A short film of 2 Blues exhibition


Collagraph print currently on show at The Herbert Gallery

Painting that will be at Art Trail exhibition

Painting that will be on show at the Stratford Art Fair

2 Blues

I’ve completed some new work for the 2 Blues Exhibition, which is currently on show in the Floor One Gallery, Rugby Museum and Art Gallery.
I am showing alongside abstract artist Gordon Connell until the 5th March and we are open everyday from 10 – 5 pm.

‘Surging on.’
Mixed media on paper.
61 x 51 cm framed.

‘A moment of clarity.’
Mixed media on board.
55 x 45 cm framed

‘Violet light.’
Oil on canvas.
30 x 30 cm.

‘The time approaches.’
Mixed media on paper.
61 x 51 cm framed.

‘Swirling days merge.’
Mixed media on board.
39 x 34 cm framed.

Looking back & forwards into 2020

Looking back & forward.

As I look back on 2019 I believe my work has progressed, in the way I use paint and other mediums. I have made a concerted effort to work on a larger scale and feel I have been successful. I will still continue to work small too, I get a lot of pleasure from working at different scales. I’ve also been developing my etching skills and I am particularly enjoying dry point. I am intending to try collagraph printing and sugar lift when I next making a copper plate etching. My motivation in all scenarios is mark making and the different qualities I can achieve..

As well as progress in my work I  have also been involved in more art exhibitions and events and hope to continue building on these in 2020. My next project is an exhibition at Rugby Museum & Art Gallery, where I will be showing alongside Gordon Connell

Some of the work I’ve sold this year