The Loggia Gallery, SW1
The Boxfield Gallery, Stevenage
The Gallery, Henley Management College
The Gallery, Leighton Buzzard Arts Centre
The Talent Store, Belgravia
Osterley Park House, London.
ExhibitionsThe Royal Society of British Artists
The Royal Institute of Oil Painters
The Royal Watercolour Society
The Royal Society of Marine Artists
The Paris Salon
Cork Street Open Exhibition
Kensington Decorative Art Fair 2018
Affordable Art Fairs in Cambridge and Bristol
Bedford Street Gallery, Woburn
Langham Fine Art
Chelsea Art Fair 'untitled' 2011
Marylebone Underground Station
St Martins in the Fields London
Roy Miles Gallery, Mayfairbr>
Medici Gallery, Mayfair
Lauderdale House, Highgate
Blythe Gallery, Manchester,
Bloomsbury Gallery, Bloomsbury
Brighton Polytechnic Art Gallery
Buckinghamshire County Museum,
Bucks Open Studios
Waldorf Hotel, London
Marks and Spencers Head Office, Baker Street
Gallerie Hautefeuille, Paris
British Artists Prestige Debut, New York
Olympia "On the Wall",
Artists Illustrators Exhibition, Islington
Fenny Lodge Gallery, Bucks
Century Gallery, Henley
Cottons Atrium London,
Roy Miles Gallery, Mayfair
Medici Gallery, Mayfair
Manor House gallery, Chipping Norton
Josephine Harper Gallery
DFN Gallery, New York
Free Painters and Sculptors,
Societe des Artistes Francais (Paris Salon).
United Society of Artists, London
Visual Images Group
Who's Who in Art,
Work featured in Daler Rowney Video "Understanding Acrylics",
Work Featured in 'Acrylic Guide to Exceptional Colour',
The Art Newspaper,
Greetings cards by several companies including Medici,
Work in private and public collections across Europe, in Scandinavia, USA, Japan, New Zealand, Australia and Kenya.
'Ruskin said "paint what you love" and this has always been my philosophy. I don't remember a time when painting wasn't part of my life and my love of light,
colour and paint continue to bring renewed excitement'.
I soon realised that I needed to be a painter, my first love and have continued to be fully committed and excited by any subject.
A touch of light on a piece of furniture or fruit, a pot or the colour of a flower or the sky will take me off on a journey.
It's a spontaneous feeling. I go straight in with the paint with great energy to capture whatever set me off in the first place.
I use any medium at hand but generally acrylics or oils. I work mostly around my house and studio but enjoy painting outdoors when I can,
capturing the mood of the changing landscape.
I find the hardest part of painting is talking about it. It comes from such a deep place but I hope that my work speaks for me.