I am absolutely thrilled and very proud to be a PRIZE WINNER with my painting, Space of Transition, oil & pigments on 640gsm cotton rag paper, framed 80x110cm, 2021 at the PV opening of Sunny Art Prize 2022, London Group Exhibition at Sunny Art Centre.
My third prize includes: £1000, a group exhibition in London, a one-month residency in China, Beijing or Shanghai, a group show in China, Beijing or Shanghai.
The show is open to the public now until 21st March, 10.00-16.00 Mon-Fri, Sunny Art Centre, 30 Gray’s Inn Road, London, WC1X 8HR.
I am delighted to have my painting Vision of Landscape selected for London Art Biennale 2021. On from 1st-4th July Chelsea Old Town Hall on the Kings Road. Free entry to this celebration of Contemporary Art.
I would like to thank Dorothy Nkemdirim curator at Cylinder Gallery for a very successful show at Menier Gallery, London last week. Thank you for the opportunity to show my work in a London gallery alongside so many talented artists.
I went with a group of students from Bath Spa University and The Royal Academy London to The Simon Lee Gallery in London to meet artist Dexter Dalwood, to talk about the meaning behind his London Paintings Exhibition. He said it is about finding a language for what you are interested in.
From this visit I learnthis work; is imagery about a place, a little like but not really. It is an alternative vision-not sights of London, a shift from the obvious to something else. London Paintings are a series of work over 2 years. He talked about his theme of London as a subject and his time spent in it and about other painters who have painted London before.
I always struggle with putting a title to my work, Dexter made an interesting comment that his titles do not have a direct connection.