About

I am a contemporary landscape painter living and practicing near Stroud in South West England.  Since childhood I have felt a sense of belonging with nature.  I grew up in The Fens and have a particular affinity with flatlands and seascapes.  My frequent travels have introduced me to many other types of landscapes – beautiful and wild, magical and sublime.

I paint in oils using an intuitive approach, exploring techniques and process.  I am interested in exploring  our innate connectivity to nature.  Some works reflect my unease about our disconnection caused by the alienating effects of urbanisation, rapid technological advance, and climate change.

I distill all these feelings of connection and disconnection into my work, seeking to represent landscape as both sublime, poetic and beautiful and also exploited and endangered.  I leave it to the viewer to see the landscape and perhaps beyond.

Biography

In 2004 I graduated from Bradford Art College with a Fine Art degree (BA first class hons).   

At college I won second prize in the Last Cawthra Feather undergraduate art competition.  Recently I took a year's professional development course at Newlyn School of Art.

2020

Environmental Crisis Exhibition - Science and Art, Gerald Moore Gallery, London

13th February - 14th March

2019

Far and Near, solo exhibition, Red Dot Gallery, Painswick, November

Pop Up exhibition, Camberley, October

Residency Brisons Veor, September

Cast Summer Show, Stroud.  August

Summer Collection, Babylon Gallery, Ely.  July, August

'Open', The Old Passage, Arlingham.  July - December

Stroud Open Studios.  May

2018

'Aquarium',  PZ Gallery, Penzance.  November

Chapel House, Penzance.  March - July

'Calm',  Nailsworth Natural Health Clinic. March (Solo)

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