2019

Absolutely delighted that these 4 large paintings have been selected for BRITISH PAINTING II at the Bermondsey Project Space, Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UW - opp White Cube! The exhibition opens towards end May (check website below) and will be on for 4 or 5 weeks, with PVs each Saturday 12-2pm.

Come and join the party!

“BERMONDSEY PROJECT SPACE is a vibrant, not-for-profit arts platform based in London’s trending Bermondsey Street, opposite White Cube. It offers a flagship venue for both established and emerging artists.”

www.project-space.london


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loved the unusual hang of these two paintings exhibited @ Highgate Gallery N6 in Feb 2019 Top “Bloom (faded Cosmic)”, underneath, “Bullet”.

Evening Standard 22/2/19 (& Daily Mail/BBC) covered the launch of the PINK PLAQUE PROJECT at Highgate’s historic Lauderdale House, celebrating Highgate’s Remarkable Historic Women. I presented the artwork I made in collaboration with the NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM about the remarkable MARY KINGSLEY’s insect & fish specimens which she brought back to London from Africa in the 1890s - see below.  NB Our choice of the colour PINK was deliberately ironic. Perhaps unsurprisingly it became controversial!

Evening Standard 22/2/19 (& Daily Mail/BBC) covered the launch of the PINK PLAQUE PROJECT at Highgate’s historic Lauderdale House, celebrating Highgate’s Remarkable Historic Women. I presented the artwork I made in collaboration with the NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM about the remarkable MARY KINGSLEY’s insect & fish specimens which she brought back to London from Africa in the 1890s - see below.

NB Our choice of the colour PINK was deliberately ironic. Perhaps unsurprisingly it became controversial!

Presenting my artwork about the fish and insect specimens that Mary Kingsley brought back to London in the 1890s (in collaboration with the Natural History Museum) at Lauderdale House London N6 23/2/19.

Presenting my artwork about the fish and insect specimens that Mary Kingsley brought back to London in the 1890s (in collaboration with the Natural History Museum) at Lauderdale House London N6 23/2/19.