I will be taking part in the Brighton Art Fair this year. I’ll be showing a selection of prints at the St Annes gallery stand 65 alongside paintings by Jo Lamb and Tom Benjamin. The exhibition runs from the 19th until 22nd September. Please come along if you can!
You are warmly invited to visit the Pastorale Studios for my Lewes Artwave show.
I will be showing new limited edition prints and cards.
There will also be prints by Lucinka Soucek and across the courtyard at Keizer Frames gallery, work by Alvaro Petritoli.
The Pastorale studio will be open Fri 23rd, Sat 24th, Sun 25th, Mon 26th, Sat 31st August
and Sun1st, Fri 6th, Sat 7th and Sun 8th September 11am – 5pm (Bank Holiday 11am – 4pm).
Pastorale studio and Antiques features on p12 of The Artwave Brochure. If you have any queries, please get in touch
Please come along if you can!
A selection of my drawings and prints will be on show alongside other local artists including Jo Lamb, Julian Bell and Nick Bodimede at St Annes, Lewes. Opens Saturday.
Well worth a visit!
I’m taking part in the Summer Show at Rye Art Gallery. It’s on now and runs until September 1st. I did this sketch after I dropped off my prints at the gallery. Not ideal weather for sketching but fitted in a quick drawing whilst having a cup of coffee.
Afterwards I stopped off in Hastings to drop off my cards at the Jerwood Gallery and sketched on the beach.
I’ll be exhibiting three prints (including new linocut shown) at the Artist’s United show, the Foundry, North Sttreet, Lewes. Many local artists will be taking part in support of Lewes Football Club. The exhibition runs from Friday 5th until Sunday 7th July. Please come along if you can.
It’s that time of year again. The Brighton festival seems to come around so quickly! The Brighton Open Houses runs for the four weekends in May starting on Saturday (4th May). I’ll be showing a selection of prints and cards at The Gloobaah House which is part of the Dyke Road Trail. In addition to my work, there will be paintings, textiles, ceramics, photography and wire work by other local artists. Feel free to visit, browse the art and there will also be refreshments and cake to tempt you!
The Gloobaah House, 22a The Drove, Brighton, BN1 5AF.
To find out more and download a brochure (we’re on p26), please go to
I will be taking part in a group Christmas show at Pastorale Studio and Antiques, 15 Malling Street, Lewes.
The show starts on Saturday 8th December and runs for two weekends. There will be photographs and paintings on show as well as limited edition prints and cards. Not forgetting the Buttercup Cafe in the courtyard for delicious tea and cake. Hope you can make it!
During the Lewes Artwave, the St Annes gallery has an exhibition ‘From the Artist Studio’ which has a great selection of paintings, prints and drawings. Some of my screenprints and linocuts are also on display.
Please see the website for more information
The Jewish Museum is one of my favourite museums in Amsterdam. Currently there’s an Emmy Andriesse (1914-1953) exhibition. She was one of the twentieth century’s leading Dutch photographers and had great personal courage, working illegally as a photographer and evading capture during the Nazi occupation. The exhibition includes photos of street life, the Second World War and Liberation of Amsterdam. Her pictures of the Dutch Hunger Winter of 1944-45 are particularly poignant.
I wasn’t familiar with William Kentridges work until now. I was amazed at ‘Black Box/Chambre Noir’ It has to be seen to be believed! A mechanical theatre which incorporates mechanical figures performing against a projected backdrop of beautiful animated charcoal drawings and written historical documentation. The music is taken from Sarastro’s aria and ‘The Magic Flute’ and works so well with the imagery. This is Kentridges response to the the consequences of German colonialism in Africa and the genocide of people in German South West Africa between 1904 and 1907.
Whilst passing the Rembrandt museum, a poster caught my eye. I made a diversion and visited what turned out to be Wendelien Schonfeld’s work. The exhibition shows mainly her wood cuts. Amazing work! I really like how she combines traditional and contemporary elements in her work. Really vibrant and interesting to break down the different overlapping colours. My favourite pieces are the simpler pictures, particulary of buildings and swimmers on a raft. Very inspiring.