An immersive music, water and light art event, set in the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. Featuring the concert harpsichordist Medea Bindewald.
In a group exhibition in London, curated by Nico Kos Earle, to promote the Blue Marine Foundation.
An exhibition of my photogramic artwork in the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. 18th November – 6th December … More
Oil paintings made from light in the real world, January to March 2019
Artwork made to express the purity of the River Dour and to celebrate the beauty of the swans that glide down it.
I have been invited by Dover Arts Development (DAD) to be an artist-in-residence in the project Art in the Park … More
Nico Kos Earle has curated a beautiful exhibition SURFACE at JGM Gallery, London, including eight excellent early to mid career artists.
The eureka moment: when all the things I love come together and I can make work manifesting them. water + … More
Sketches of ideas for artworks in my notebook, 24th March 2018 Late at night on the 2nd April … More
the flash image showing the moment of creation of “Turbulence” 2017 Turbulence 2017 photogram contact print on silver gelatin photographic … More
photogram collage of the the shadow of the edge of water (meniscus). The drag of water can just be seen … More
experimenting with using shapes of light from the Enlarger (used for projecting through negatives usually).
Life Painting: working in acrylic paint
painting in cool studio on HOT day
solo art exhibition and art residency 21st Dec 2015 – 21st June 2016 At The Wealden Literary Festival 2016 Set … More
detail of photogram of skeletal Magnolia leaves shadow of glass of water with Forget-me-nots in it detail of Forget-me-nots detail … More
A mixture of shadows of flora, hands and water made in the darkroom (photograms/rayographs which are … More
Using cyanotype coated Fabiano paper, the shadows of the objects remain white, whilst the UV light of the sun creates a chemical reaction, turning the paper blue. A blue-print.
Thank you so much to the 50 or so friends and family who visited and kept me in business … More