May 26 – May 29
I have 4 watercolours showing with Long and Ryle at Stand E11.
I had a number of works on show with Long & Ryle at this annual event at the Business Design Centre, Islington, N1
My entry to the RWS Open this year won the Seawhite Art Materials Prize 2022. The show was on at the Bankside Gallery, 48 Hopton Street, London SE1 9JH, in March
I had two pieces included in this the the 39th edition of Flowers Gallery’s annual Small is Beautiful exhibition. Flowers invite contemporary artists working in any media to present works with a fixed economy of scale, each piece measures no more than 7 x 9 inches.
In July I had 12 small oils on gesso board in this online only solo exhibition at Long and Ryle
I had 4 paintings in this show at Long and Ryle in April. Each is a small oil on gesso board around 25 x 25 cm
“The paper bag was a favourite with all the judges”, confirms Ishbel Myerscough, “It had a lonely solitude, something I think we all felt a softness for.”
‘It makes something spellbinding and beautiful from distinctly unpromising subject matter – a paper bag sitting on a wonky table in a bare nondescript room. Yet somehow the quality of the light, the limited palette and the delicacy of the handling bring melancholy and poignancy to the scene.’
Gil Saunders, Senior Curator at the V&A Museum
My portrait of Nantobeko Sibisi was selected by David Renfry RA for last years Royal Academy Summer Show.
A short film about me working on a portrait commission by Charis Entwisle