• Explore 01, Manhattan, New York

    Very happy that my painting “Let’s Keep Walking’ is included in an exhibition Explore 01 at

    Kroll, 55 E 52nd St, New York, NT10055, USA

    Continuing until Autumn 2022

  • Explore 01 New York

    I’m very happy that one of my recent abstract paintings has been selected to take part in this exhibition in New York.

    Opening 11th April 2022.

  • VERDANT:Nature and Effect

    I’m very happy that my painting ‘Isabella Plantation’ has been selected to take part in VERDANT: Nature and Effect, an exhibition at the new ArtCan virtual gallery 01 – 30 November 2021.

  • Shortlisted for Royal Academy 2021

    My artwork Unreliable Memories 02 has been shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2021.

  • Stories 01

    I’m delighted to be exhibiting in ‘Stories 01’, an exhibition curated by ArtCan and launching 24 August 2021.

    The exhibition is situated in Kroll’s offices at The News Building next to The Shard at London Bridge. There will also be a Virtual Gallery.

  • Richmond Art Society Summer Exhibition 2021

    I will be showing two works in Richmond Art Society Summer Exhibition at The landmark Arts Centre in Teddington.

    Dates: 25th – 27th June 2021

  • Richmond Art Society Winter Exhibition 2020

    Richmond Art Society Winter Exhibition will be online this year, but it’s full of great work by Richmond artists and all for sale.

    I showing two of my works that I completed during the first lock-down in April.

    Dates: 21 November 2020 to 6 January 2021

  • ArtCan Fundraiser

    I’m happy to be taking part in this annual ArtCan fundraiser event. This year it will be online via Zoom on 2nd September 6.30 – 8pm.
    I have two of my paintings in the event. All works are original, unique postcard sized and priced at £40.
    If you’re interested in the event email info@artcan.org.uk in advance to receive details of how to join in.
  • Richmond Art Society Summer Exhibition 2020

    I’ll be exhibiting two of my recent paintings in this online exhibition starting 4th July.

  • New paintings May 2020

    I began my latest series of paintings during the lockdown period in early May. I took my daily exercise walking in nearby Richmond Park where the respite from traffic noise highlighted the birdsong and I even heard a cuckoo on one occasion!

    Many people used their lockdown time to gather in family groups for picnics in the park and these scenes reminded me of the way that artists such as Antoine Watteau and Jean Baptiste Pater portrayed Arcadian scenes in the 18th century.

    So this latest series is in part a reinterpretation of 18th century Fête Champêtre paintings and in part picnics in lockdown.