Posts Tagged: painting

Art for Barbican

I was invited to paint a ceramic plate for ‘Art for the Barbican‘ – a project in support of The Barbican Trust. The series is now on view at the Barbican Centre until 11 March before being auctioned later in the year. I enjoyed the unpredictability of the medium and how the firing alters the tones of the… Read more »

Imagining the Amazon Private View

Huge thanks to everyone who came down to the Imagining the Amazon private view! ‘The House of St Barnabas is a not-for-profit private members’ club in Soho that supports those affected by homelessness back into lasting paid work by offering integrated hospitality training and work experience in its social business. The Collective at The House of St… Read more »

Arcadia at SMITH, Cape Town

Thanks to SMITH Studio, Cape Town for a wonderful opening night and exhibition. It was such a joy and privilege to show in my home town again alongside a number of other South African artists exploring contemporary landscape painting. Read more about the exhibition here.         View more images from the opening night on Facebook… Read more »


This autumn I am thrilled to be a part of Painter Printmakers, the launch exhibition of RA Art Sales at the Royal Academy – a new initiative where limited editions and unique works are available for sale onsite or online. Showcased in the Keeper’s House, the exhibition includes work by twelve internationally renowned painters-printmakers such… Read more »

Traction Magazine – Interview

As published in Traction Magazine, December 2014 Some of the pieces included in your recent solo exhibition ‘Snow Jungle’ were inspired by your experiences in Nevada and Utah as part of the Gerson Zevi Land Art Road Trip. How did you work, collect and research whilst on this residency? My camera is always at hand… Read more »