CV 

   

born 1951 London

Girton College Cambridge: Joint Honours Degree in French and German MA Cantab
Chelsea College, London: Post Graduate Diploma in Modern Social and Cultural Studies

Art Education:


Wimbledon School of Art: BA Hons Fine Art: Painting 1992-1995

Putney School of Art and Design Diploma in Painting and Drawing Distinction 1990-1992

2018

Hampstead Affordable Art Fair

London Affordable Art Fair, Battersea Park.  March 8-11th  c/o Nicholas Bowlby Fine Art

2017

Ongoing exposure at The Stour Gallery

Christmas Art and Design Fair, Winchester

Art into Aid

TV Studio Interview

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2 paintings selected,

Hampstead  Affordable Art Fair

London Affordable Art Fair

The Stour Gallery Spring Exhibition

Lainston House, Winchester: large painting auctioned in aid of Save the Children,

2016
“Making a Mark” solo show The Stour Gallery

Art into Aid

Hampshire Open Studios

2015

P&O commission: 12 large oil on canvas paintings for the Epicurean Restaurant, top deck of the new cruise-liner Britannia

London Affordable Art Fair, Battersea
The Mall Galleries, London: 4 paintings selected for The Discerning Eye Exhibition
The Stour Gallery: group show

2014
London Affordable Art Fair

The Stour Gallery: group show

2013
London Affordable Art Fair

Hampstead Affordable Art Fair
Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios

2012 20/21 International Art Fair London
London Affordable Art Fair
SW1Gallery, Victoria, London: group show
Solo show: The Vicarage Hall Gallery, Wimbledon Village, SW19
Mixed show at Owl House, home of fine art dealer Nicholas Bowlby
Nuada Medical Centre (off Harley Street, London) ongoing display of 15 paintings
Featured Artist The Stour Gallery

2011
Spring Affordable Art Fair, Battersea

Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios
Mixed show at Owl House, home of Nicholas Bowlby, Fine Art Dealer 2010 20/21
International Art Fair, The Royal College London
London Affordable Art Fair
The Stour Gallery: approx 40 paintings
Cork Street Gallery, selected for an exhibition in aid of children with Leukemia

2009
The Mall Galleries: 2 paintings selected for The Discerning Eye exhibition
5 Blenheim Crescent, Notting Hill : group show, Nicholas Bowlby Fine Art
Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios Battersea Affordable Art Fair
Kendalls Gallery, Cowes, Isle of Wight Advocate Gallery, Wimbledon Village, SW19
Summer Show, The Stour Gallery

2008
20/21 International Art Fair, Kensington, London Affordable Art Fair, Battersea
Solo show, 5 Blenheim Crescent, Notting Hill (with Nicholas Bowlby Fine Art)
SW1 Gallery, London Victoria: group show
Summer Exhibition, The Stour Gallery
Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios

2007
Solo show of Paintings at The Stour Gallery with ceramicist John Maltby
“Summer Flaunt” with Numasters and The Art Movement, St James’Park, London
Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studio

2006
The Chambers Gallery, City of London: “Eight Women Landscape Artists”
The Robert Philips Gallery: “Picturing a Better Future

Affordable Art Fair Battersea with Hicks Gallery
Christie’s “Art For Life”

2005
The Stour Gallery: Two painters exhibition

Battersea Affordable Art Fair with Hicks Gallery, London

Hicks Gallery 15th Anniversary Show Christmas Show

The Stour Gallery

Iona Abbey, Scotland: Installation

Christie’s “Art For Life”

2004
The Stour Gallery

Hicks Gallery, London

The New Gallery, St Paul’s Square, Birmingham

London Affordable Art Fair

2003
The Mall Galleries: selected for “The Discerning Eye”
The Stour Gallery Summer Show: 20 works & Christmas Exhibition

2002
Solo show; Cannons Wandsworth
The Stour Gallery
Christie’s ”Art For Life”

2001
Morley Gallery, London: “Decelerate” 3 painters
Art Brussels
Vertigo Gallery, Hoxton 2000

Art 2000,
British Art Fair
Turin Art Fair

Inside Out Workhouse Gallery, King’s Road Chelsea (3 painters)
Woodlands Art Gallery, London: 24 paintings

1999
Contemporary Art Fair, Battersea

1998
Solo exhibition , The Colonial Gallery, Hammersmith, London
Proud Galleries, The Strand &

Edinburgh Festival
Clapham Art gallery: group show
Solo exhibition Central Hall, Eltham College

1997
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

Morley Gallery; group exhibition
Atrium Gallery, Whiteleys, London

The Colonial Gallery
Bartley Drey Gallery, Chelsea
Battersea Contemporary Art fair Open Studios
Nine Elms artists: guest artist 1996 Bedford Hill Gallery, London
Whiteleys Summer Exhibition
Solo Exhibition; Coming into Being The Eger Gallery, Camberwell, London
Open Studios

1995
Southwark Open
Graduation show, Wimbledon School of Art
“Semi-Abstract Art” Wimbledon Library

1994
The Cut Gallery, Waterloo: “Surfacing” curator and exhibitor of group student show
National Gallery of Mongolia, Ulan Bator: exhibition of drawings
“Small can be Monumental” Wimbledon Library
Contemporary Art, Covent Garden

1993
Sotheby’s; mixed show in aid of cancer relief BHF Bank, City of London

1992
Exhibition of Artists’ Books: Sir John Cass School of Art, London

 

 

*Summarised CV

Wimbledon School of Art and Design :

1992-5 BA Hons Fine Art, Painting

Putney School of Art :1991-2 Distinction

Previously:

Girton College Cambridge BA Hons Modern and Medieval Languages.
Post graduate studies at Chelsea College: Diploma in Modern Social and Cultural Studies Teacher of ESL then French and German language and literature in London.

Since 1995 full time painting and regular exhibitions.

Recent Selected Shows:~
Solo:
The Stour Gallery 2012, 2010, 2007, 2005, 2016: “Making a Mark”
The Hall Wimbledon 2012
Nicholas Bowlby Fine Art, London 2008

Other:

2016 Hampshire Open Studios 2015 Affordable Art Fair
The Discerning Eye : 4 paintings selected
2014 Major Commission for P&O:
12 large paintings for The Epicurean restaurant on
the top deck of the new cruiseliner Britannia, launched March 2015

Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, The Discerning Eye 2003 & 2009, Art Brussels, Turin Art Fair, Morley Gallery, Woodlands Art Gallery, 20/21 International Art Fair, Art London, National Gallery of Mongolia, Affordable Art Fairs, mainly with Nicholas Bowlby Fine Art, Christie’s Art for Life, Vertigo, Chambers Gallery City of London, Hicks Gallery, SW1 Gallery, The Gallery on Cork street.

Works, including many commissions, held in private collections throughout the UK and in France, USA, Canada, Australia and Japan, also at St George’s Hospital, Tooting, London.