I live and work near the river in Richmond upon Thames. The riverside and nearby Richmond Park provide a rich source of inspiration for my work. I also find the history of the area hugely inspirational. Other sources of inspiration come from my travels, in particular the desert landscapes of New Mexico and California.
I think it’s important for an artist to continuously experiment and try different techniques. In following this through, I found a way that I can bring together the different methods and mediums that I enjoy using. I find working with a mix of media particularly exciting as I can combine all of the elements that I enjoy into one artwork – painting, photography and digital photo manipulation.
My blog is intended partly to give an insight into the way I work and partly to give interesting (I hope) informative reports about exhibitions that I’ve been to and artists that inspire me.
I’m looking forward to exhibiting five of my recent abstract paintings in the RAS Winter Exhibition at The Landmark Arts Centre, Ferry Road, TeddingtonTW11 9NN PV Thursday 1st December 6 – 8pm Exhibition open: Friday 2nd December and Saturday 3rd December 10am – 5pm
I’m delighted to be taking part in ‘Squares and Triangles’ a KAOS exhibition at The Fitzrovia Gallery, 139 Whitfield St, London W1T 5EN. 20th to 30th September 2022 The inspiration for my artwork “The eyes of others our prisons; their thoughts our cages” is a quote from Virginia Woolf’s book Monday or Tuesday. It reflects […]
I’m very happy to have my artwork ‘Unreliable Memories #3’ included in this ArtCan exhibition. The Crypt Gallery, 165 Euston Road, London NW1 2BA. 6 – 11 September 2022