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SSA Open 2016 entry

This year, I’m very pleased to say that my work entitled ‘Misty Meadow’ has been accepted into the SSA annual open exhibition. The exhibition is held, as ever, in the upper galleries of the RSA building at the foot of the Mound in Edinburgh from 31 October – 24 November 2016. For more information, see the SSA website.

Documentary screening

Michal Korzonek’s documentary “Green with Orange” tracks the making of my work in the lead up to my first international exhibition in Taiwan and provides insight into life as an artist. The documentary was entered into several high profile film festivals across the world and was selected by the World of Film International Festival in Glasgow earlier this year. With the round of festival entries now over I am now free to share it with you here:

CityScapes Art Exhibition

Very pleased with my Honorary mention in the Light Space & Time online exhibition ‘CityScapes’. The 6th Annual “CityScapes” Art Competition includes 2D and 3D artists (including photography) from around the world. Artists were asked for their interpretation of the theme “CityScapes” by submitting their best representational and non-representational art which depicts the theme “CityScapes”. The CityScapes art theme includes any subjects such as cities, towns, urban scenes and any related metropolitan subjects. I don’t normally READ MORE>

ArtRooms 2016

It took me a while to get used to the idea of entering the hotel rooms of people I didn’t know but that’s the Art Rooms concept. Billed as “London’s Largest Art Fair for Independent Artists” the exhibition is set within the elegance and glamour of the Meliá White House. 80 artists from around the world, at various stages in their career, get a hotel room each with which to display their work. It READ MORE>

Laurel Gallery

I’m delighted to have my work on show at the Laurel Gallery, on St Stephen Street in Edinburgh. For those who haven’t visited it yet, it’s a small but perfectly formed contemporary gallery, showing quite a broad selection of styles. Apart from an excuse to walk down St Stephen Street itself, this is gallery well worth checking out.

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