Super exhibition space in Worthing

This morning Roy and myself set up our part of the exhibition 'LINE, FORM AND LIGHT' which starts tomorrow, Tuesday 11 April. This lovely space is relatively new to Worthing and is a much needed space for artists to exhibit. Changing every two weeks set up day is on a Monday and we were helped by the experts Claire and Richard  who run the gallery. 

It is a big light space and our exhibition will be colourful, diverse and really interesting. There are 6 artists in total, all from Sussex.  A lot of the work is very tactile, with bright colours and intricate details in ceramics, photography, jewellery and glass and pewter.

Exhibition runs from 11 April - 22nd April 

Meet the artist day on Saturday 15th April, 10-5pm, come and have a Pimms with us, contact here



Spring Exhibitions

It was lovely to see the three dance paintings hanging at the Portico Gallery, Riverhead in Kent. They looked fresh and strong, a good size too for the gallery space (1m x 1m). This was the second time I had exhibited there, the first time I had a solo show about 10 years ago with another gallery owner. The Portico is a friendly gallery, one that welcomes you in. I had a few gifts to buy too and they have a great choice of original pieces.


Three dance paintings at the Portico Gallery, Riverhead, Kent. These will be on show at the Brighton Open House, below.

Now for the Brighton Open House info. I will be exhibiting for the 4 weekends in May as part of the Brighton Festival 2015. This may be the 15th or 16th year I have exhibited with my friend and ceramacist, Frances Doherty at her house, 31 Havelock Road, Brighton. If you would like to come along or receive details please email me.

For the invite see here



The Portico Gallery, Kent

Private View Invitation - The Art of People

Portico Art Gallery invites you to the opening of its new spring exhibition

Saturday 21st February from 5.30pm for a glass of champagne and some inspiring art

I was happy to be asked to take part in the upcoming exhibition at the Portico Gallery, Riverhead in Kent where I will be showing three of the square dance paintings, one of which titled is below.


The Art of People will explore nine artists’ interpretations of human form, expression and behaviour, including works by the well-known printmaker Graham Clarke, painters Richard Burel, Jane Denman, Deborah Aves, Jason Keeley and Jan Bowman and the popular resident artists Pat Savage and Debra Barr-Smith. Also featuring bronze sculptures by Julia Cox.