I was honoured to be part of a group of artists asked to give a presentation of their work to HRH Prince Charles at the Art Workers’ Guild, London on 7th March 2018…
pictured with Master of AWG Jane Cox and HRH Prince Charles.
Picture courtesy of Clarence House
I was honoured to be commissioned to create this.. It’s one (of a set of 2) on calfskin, that’s been under wraps for a while – not able to share all of it, just the recipient and a little of the detail…
Commissioned presentation for HRH The Duchess of Cornwall 500 x 300mm approx on calfskin vellum
Pleased to be part of a group exhibition beginning this Friday, featuring the work of Mark L’Argent, and Hillary Taylor, Caroline Lumb, Janie Graham and Jo Howe. For full details:
It’s been a busy time just lately – This is the first post for months, but haven’t fallen off the perch quite yet. It’s that time again – Parndon Mill Open Studios takes place this weekend 16-17th July 2016
There’s lots to see and do, please join us if you can for an interesting and entertaining day out.
CM20 2HP for your sat nav. Look forward to seeing you there…
REPOST.. One half of an asymmetric composition – 450 x 300mm approx. The companion piece (not shown) is 1000 x 450mm. Gouache on paper, mounted on MDF board. (Scroll down for details)
words on the cheery subject of environmental neglect by Czeslaw Milosz. Edit due to technical problems
Picture a little dark… trying to get used to new technology: Panasonic DMC-GH4H – Just what you want to find in your Christmas stocking…
Commissioned piece for Thaxted Church in Essex
A quick shout out for all my friends and fellow artists of the Art Workers’ Guild in London.
Please visit the online catalogue and have a look at all the innovative postcards that are up for auction… and maybe even make a bid – Not for just any old postcard – these are all 3D… ENJOY!
Ceramic Postcard Title: ‘How The World Works’
An outreach visit to Watts Gallery in Compton Guildford with Brothers from The Art Workers’ Guild.
From their website: First opening its doors to the public in 1904, Watts Gallery is a purpose-built art gallery created to display the works by the great Victorian artist G F Watts. After a major restoration project completed in 2011, visitors can once again experience stunning artworks whilst wandering through the atmospheric historic galleries with their restored decorative schemes.
G F Watts holds a unique position within British art. In his own time Watts was critically acclaimed, admired by his fellow artists, both at home and abroad, and was popularly adored, allowing him the public platform to explore his idea of a poet-painter who could preach eternal truths and provoke social reform.
Over 100 paintings by Watts are on permanent display, spanning a period of 70 years they include portraits, landscapes and his major symbolic works. From the dramatic entrance of the Livanos Gallery to the monumental artefacts in the Sculpture Gallery, Watts Gallery beautifully presents the unique collection left by the artist.
Watts Chapel Exterior