A lot going on in the autumn

4 November 2021

I’ve been a bit busy getting work together for four shows during September and October

Four onions    26 x 47 cm

I am exhibiting some new work at the North House Gallery in Manningtree. ’30×30: A Cornucopia’ runs from 3 September to 2 October and is inspired by the 2021 campaign by the River Stour Festival to encourage people to try and source all their food from a 30 mile radius for 30 days – quite a challenge which I am up for!  The North House is one of my favourite galleries and I am exhibiting alongside work by Ffiona Lewis, Alan Turnbull, Jane Lewis, Ruth Philo, Sarah Milne and Tilly de Willebois. The gallery is open Saturdays 10am-5pm or by appointment – 01206 392717))

Power tools  31 x 92cm

I will be showing some of my landscapes and a little lockdown still life (below) in the Summer Show at The Old Fire Engine House Gallery near the Cathedral in Ely. It runs from 25th August until 2nd October.  Their popular restaurant will be open too but you’ll need to book.

Lock, unlock  17 x 33cm

Across the reeds 22 x 43cm

Across the reeds 22 x 43cm

I am also taking part in AKA Fine Art’s show in Cambridge in aid of the mental health charity, Arts and Minds – 1 and 2 October 2021 at The Clore Centre, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge CB3 0AQ. I will be exhibiting alongside Charlotte Cornish, Lawrence Edwards, Corinna Button and others. It includes two of my nest paintings, one of which I have just finished, below.

I will be exhibiting three new pieces at the annual show at Thompson’s Gallery, Seymour Place, London W1 from 28 September to 23 October – images will be available when the catalogue is published in mid September.