• Small is Beautiful

    Small is Beautiful: London
    I have works in this show, go and take a look!  

    The online website, shows all of the contributing artists.

    Private View Tuesday 8 December, 6-8pm
    Exhibition continues 9 December, 2015 - 9 January, 2016
    Flowers Gallery is delighted to announce that the 33rd edition of the annual Small is Beautiful exhibition will this year, for the first time, take place simultaneously in New York and London. Small is Beautiful, which was first established in 1974, invites selected contemporary artists working in any media to present works with a fixed economy of scale, each piece measuring a maximum of 9 x 7 inches.
    21 Cork Street, London, W1S 3LZ
    +44 (0)20 7439 7766

  • Black History Festival Chelsea‏


    The 5th annual SUARTS Black History Exhibition will display art made by UAL students and alumni that focus on key social justice movements of our time: Migrant Lives Matter, Black Lives Matter and HerStories.

  • Uncertain States Annual 2015

    Uncertain States is pleased to announce the Sixth Annual Exhibition Uncertain States 2015 at The Mile Art Pavilion from 5 - 21 November 2015. The exhibition is part of Photomonth, East London Photography Festival.

    This years exhibition includes fifty artists from the collective who have contributed to the Uncertain States projects over the years including Adele Watts, Agnieszka Kozlowska, Almudena Romero, Alys Tomlinson, Angelo Picozzi, Ania Dabrowska, James Russell Cant, Jennifer Pattison, Julie Hill, Karl Ohiri, Laura Hynd, Marc Newton, Marcia Michael, Michelle Marshall, and others.

    I will be showing two images from the series, The Object of My Gaze.

    Zelda Cheatle, Photography Specialist, who writes for the exhibition catalogue adds, “Within this group of 50 artists, there is a myriad of genres and intentions, different print types, print techniques, print scales, the whole array of the medium of photography that translates the thoughts and feelings, the clear and less clear, messages and environs of the wide diaspora that this show contains; Within this one exhibition is fifty entirely different modes of expression and thought.”

  • Announcing the 2016 Light Work Artists-in-Residence

    Every year Light Work invites between twelve and fifteen artists to come to Syracuse to devote one month to creative projects. Over 400 artists have participated in Light Work’s Artist-in-Residence Program, and many of them have gone on to achieve international acclaim.

    (That’s me in the top left hand corner )