You are warmly invited to visit the finissage exhibition for my placement / fieldwork with the workforce of the Arthur Conan Doyle Centre
26th October – 20th November 2019
25 Palmerston Place
Open 10am – 9pm Monday – Friday
Private view: 3- 5 pm Friday 25th October
Exhibition includes contributions from Saxophonist Gavin Mungersdorf, Glass artist Bjorn Borseth and Composer Emma Arandjelovic.
With thanks to artist Katie Bootland, Gail Cook at Glen Dimplex, Debi Noël, Shereen Fazeli and the entire community of the Arthur Conan Doyle centre.
An exhibition of contemporary painting at The Coterie Gallery
Riverside Precinct, Rotherham S60 1ND
Opening times, Mon-Fri, 9am – 5pm, Sat 9am – 1pm. Admission free.
Opening event, Saturday May 11th, 1pm – 3pm. All welcome.
The show runs until May 31st.
‘Prosaic’ is an exhibition that brings together work by over thirty artists, each with a keen interest in painting.
Participating artists – Norman Anderson, John Bainbridge, Sally Barker,
Marc Beattie, Andy Cropper, Al Daw, Emma Drye, Bryan Ecclesall, Paul Evans,
Chris Graham, Nick Grindrod, Warren Hayes, Dale Holmes, David Jones,
Rita Kaisen, Christian Lloyd, Stephen Lowen, Lianne Mellor, Janie Moore,
Lea Torp Nielsen, Mandy Payne, Katya Robin, Conor Rogers, Rachel Smith,
Ric Stott, T.A.R.A, Rosie Wates, Kate Whateley, Gwenyth Wilson-Rüdstrom,
Joanna Whittle, Clare Wilson, Myfanwy Williams, Sean Williams
For further information please contact Sean Williams at email@example.com
I’m in a shop! The lovely people at UAL SU made a page on the UAL e-shop for our exhibition. Pretty things from students of Chelsea, Central Saint Martins, Wimbledon, Camberwell and LCC – here’s a link to it:
Please join me for the private view of Xhibit 2019 if you find yourself in Soho on the day:
Thursday 25th April, 6pm to 8pm
The Koppel Project Central Gallery
49-50 Poland Street, London, W1F 7ND
I just have one fairly small painting in it but am chuffed to have been selected.
It is with a mixture of anticipation and relief that I announce I am now Programme Leader for Drawing and Painting at the Open College of the Arts – the open learning department of the University of the Creative Arts. The role is one day per week so once the dust settles will still leave time for my practice and research, but I hope this will be another creative practice in its own right. The students at OCA are quite simply amazing and come from every walk of life and every age group. I am immensely proud of the inclusive and diverse character of the institution which is an educational charity in its own right as well as part of UCA. If you are a generous, enthusiastic, thoughtful painter or draughtsperson and think you might be able to contribute to the development of the painting or drawing departments at OCA as a tutor, please do get in touch with me. Equally, if you have always thought about doing a degree but are now in a position where fixed time bricks and mortar institutions are not going to work for you, take a look at www.oca.ac.uk and see what you could be getting up to.