I’ve been keeping incredibly busy this year, and after working hard throughout the Spring on brand new pieces for my solo exhibition ‘Darkness Visible’ at the Leyden Gallery, I decided to take a well earned break with a short holiday!
I’m now back and in a new studio, full of ideas for an exciting summer ahead. I’m in the process of moving into this lovely big and light space, and have started on some fresh canvasses for the summer shows.
Currently I have work in Leyden’s Summer Salon exhibition, along with works from the likes of Nan Goldin, Prunella Clough, Paula Rego and many more. Located at the gallery in East London, the show opened on the 14th May and will run until the 28th June.
Coming up I will also be exhibiting in Brighton as part of Ink_d Gallery‘s summer show, titled Pushing Paint. The private view takes place on June 12, and the work will be displayed until 13th July. Later in the summer I will be showing new works at the Lawrence Alkin Gallery in London’s Soho, dates to be confirmed.
I released a brand new limited edition run of 50 signed silkscreen prints earlier this year titled Red Deer. I have been really pleased with the quality of the print and the response to it. I was also pleased to have had my work featured recently in Laissez Faire magazine, which can be viewed on their website here. The article is on pages 8-11.