Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in Exhibitions

Michaelangelo Buonarotti and Sebastiano del Piombo were two masters of colour.  They became a team.   An excellent article by Amica Sciortino Nowlan and an unmissible exhibition at the National Gallery (closes on June 25th)

And so to the fair.

Posted by on Apr 22, 2015 in Exhibitions, Process

I’m looking forward to the Other Art Fair, which runs from 23 – 26th April, where I’ll be exhibiting some new work. If you visit please do come and say hello, I’m at stand 43. In the meantime I’m deeply into two new series of works in which I’ve been exploring surface and ideas around constructing an […]

The point of art

Posted by on Jul 7, 2014 in Exhibitions, Meaning, Process

Following my  graduation from St Martins, one of my early pictures was bought by a client who was so delighted with her purchase she sent me a snapshot of it hanging in her home. The work had been one of my favourite pieces and during its making I believed I’d made some advances in my work. […]

In the Papers

Posted by on May 19, 2014 in Exhibitions, Influences

It’s been a weekend of paper:  On Friday the Matisse cut outs exhibition ; on Saturday viewing a recording of Amanda Vickery’s The Story of Women and Art  , wherein I was intrigued to hear of the Renaissance papercut artist Joanna Koerten; Sunday a battle of my own on some large, still life compositions which are […]

The Other Art Fair

Posted by on Apr 26, 2014 in Exhibitions

There’s been a good volume of visitors over the last few days and, as always, it’s great to talk with other exhibiting artists as well as the buyers and collectors.