My Spring 2017 Exhibition is now live at the Tavistock Centre and hangs until the 10th of May 2017.
Tavistock Centre, 120 Belsize Lane, London NW3 5BA
If you can’t make it to Belsize Park, try not to panic. Just go to the gallery page to see the latest prints. It’s not the same experience but at least you’ll know what everbody’s talking about.
The Birdcatcher and No. 91 are being exhibited at next month’s Salon des Refusés 2017
The Annual Exhibition of Artworks
Rejected Mistakenly Overlooked by the RA Summer Exhibition
1-4 June 2017 Admission: FREE
Opening Reception: Thursday 1st June at 6pm-9pm (Tickets to be released first week of May) at Candid Arts Trust, 3-5 Torrens Street, Islington, London EC1V 1NQ
Solo Print Exhibition February 12th to March 16th 2016
The opening night on February 12th was fabulous. Thank you to everyone who came, viewed, drank, chatted, laughed, joined the mailing list, purchased prints and made commissions.
Forty eight prints were sold during the exhibition and three commissions made.
All prints are for sale. Most can be viewed on the ‘Gallery’ page. They are printed with archival inks on quality art papers and in limited editions of 25.
Please be aware that Evensong, The Conductor and Disturbance are down to the last few prints.
Once the run of 25 linocut prints has been sold, the lino master will be destroyed. This ensures the value of your print cannot be diluted by multiple copies.
The next exhibition at the Tavistock Centre will be in April 2017 but if you sign up to my mailing list I can keep you informed of exhibitions and events between now and then.
You’ll be notified each time I bring out a new print and be first in the queue to buy new works. You will also get invites to exhibitions, of course.
Salons des Refusés 12th – 14th June 2015
Two of my linocut prints were displayed in the Salon des Refusés over the weekend of the 12-14th June 2015 at the Space Gallery in Hackney; The Conductor and The Birdcatcher. A very limited number of these prints are still available to purchase. This exhibition was open to entries of works shortlisted but not hung at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. The Birdcatcher won the public vote for Best Art Work, which was nice.