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Exhibitions

Cambridge Open Studios

PAST EXHIBITION
7th July 2018 - 8th July 2018
309 Milton Road, CB4 1XQ

One of my highlights of the year, I love Open Studios. I find it so amazing that people come to meet me and to see my work.

This year you will be able to see lots of new paintings, some of them quite large. I will also have lots of sketchbooks to peruse, some of these are from days out with Cambridge Urban Sketchers and others are based on my research at the Parker Library where I get engrossed in Medieval Illuminations. One day I hope to write a childrens' book based on some of weird and wonderful sketches of farm animals and mythical beasts. My image for the guide shows some of birds from various bestiaries.

This year I am sharing my studio with Maureen Charles, a fabulous glass artist. If you like colour do come along and visit.

Along Your Street

PAST EXHIBITION
31st May 2018 - 1st July 2018
Byard Art

Really delighted to be invited to exhibit five large paintings at the Along Your Street exhibition at Byard art on King's Parade, Cambridge.

This will be the first time I will be showing my work at this contemporary, independent gallery.

The image is titled 'Newton's Apple Tree'. The apple tree in question is just outside the beautiful gatehouse at Trinity College part of Cambridge University. It has been said that this tree is a descendant of the apple tree that Newton studied to explore his theories of gravity. It is not a very rigorous tree but it does have a superb shape. I have transported it under a clear night sky and added snippets of the wonderful buildings that are part of Trinity including the gatehouse, the chapel and the Wren Library.

More information at   Byard Art

Urban Sketchers at Novi

PAST EXHIBITION
24th May 2018 - 25th June 2018
Novi

Anyone that knows me will know I love the monthly meetings with the Cambridge Urban Sketchers (USK). We have been to all sorts of places including Kettle's Yard, Mill Road cemetery, Great St Mary's and my favourites, the colleges.

To celebrate the third anniversary of USK our leaders have arranged for some of our work to be shown at Novi where you can buy a coffee or a cocktail.

Roughly 20 different local sketchers will be hanging their work and my view of the Cambridge Market is one of those selected.

Red Dot Mini Print Exhibition

PAST EXHIBITION
20th April 2018 - 29th April 2018
Wingfield Barns

Three of my mini prints have been chosen for this exhibition organised by Red Dot Art Consultancy and Hahnemuhle. This is a touring exhibition that travels to four galleries in East Anglia with prints of all kinds.

The final exhibition will take place at Wingfield Barns from 10am - 4pm (closed 23 & 24 April

22 - 26 September 2017 The Garage Gallery Aldeburgh, Suffolk

20 - 23 October 2017 Nunnsyard Gallery Norwich, Norfolk

17 - 19 November 2017 Art Space Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

01 - 04 December 2017 The New Cut Halesworth, Suffolk

15 - 20 December 2017 Pop-Up Gallery Broad Street, Bungay, Suffolk

16 - 18 March 2018 Granary Gallery Maugersbury, Gloucestershire

05 - 10 April 2018 ARTSPACE Woodbridge, Suffolk

21 - 29 April 2018 Wingfield Barns, Suffolk.

More information at   Red Dot Art Consultancy

Cambridge Drawing Society

PAST EXHIBITION
14th April 2018 - 21st April 2018
Pitt Building, Trumpington Road, CB2 1RP

The Annual Cambridge Drawing Society Exhibition has settled into its new Summer venue at the Pitt Building which is situated opposite Fitzbillies in Cambridge. So enjoy a free exhibition full of totally original paintings, prints and sculptures and follow it up with coffee and a Chelsea Bun at the renowned cafe across the road.

This is a selected exhibition and I am happy to say all my four entries are chosen to hang. I have entered a couple of sketches this year of staircases at Queen's College, somehow the staircases represent time as they become worn in areas by the sheer amount of feet that have climbed them.

I also have two small oil paintings, one of Catkins and the other of the stunning silver birches at Anglesey Abbey.

More information at   Cambridge Drawing Society

Winter Studio

PAST EXHIBITION
25th November 2017 - 26th November 2017
Church Street, Cambridge

Several artists open their venues before Christmas.

This winter Maureen will be displaying her work with Diana Kazemi and Carmen Renwick in Church Street.

The artists all love Christmas so there are plenty of Christmas lights, gentle music - but not Christmas carols - and a wonderful Christmas punch that tastes divine.

Come along and browse the pottery, prints, paintings and cards.

Cambridge Drawing Society

PAST EXHIBITION
22nd October 2017 - 28th October 2017
Leys School, Fen Causeway, Cambridge CB2 7AD

Drawings, paintings, prints and 3D works are displayed with the majority for sale.

I shall be exhibiting 3 oil paintings, an acrylic collage and a mono-print.

Do come and visit during half term, we would love to meet you.

Pictured here is my collage of Eleven Happy Sheep.

More information at   Cambridge Drawing Society

Cambridge Open Studios 2017

PAST EXHIBITION
8th July 2017 - 23rd July 2017
309 Milton Road

July means Cambridge Open Studios. This year is my eleventh consecutive year and the second time I share my studio with Maureen Charles. Paintings and jewellery in the same bright colours go so well together and it is lovely to have good company for the three weekends we open.

This year I shall have a wall display of my drawings from the wonderful Parker Gallery at Corpus Christi, Cambridge. I have almost a sketchbook full of quirky medieval manuscripts, my absolute favourites being the Bestiary. I have seen these described as A Moralised Natural History with Curious Drawings. Sums them up perfectly.

The catalogue painting this year is called Cornucopia and is a tree full of fruits. Yummy.

More information at   Cambridge Open Studios

Cambridge Drawing Society

PAST EXHIBITION
1st April 2017 - 8th April 2017
Pitt Building, Cambridge CB2 1RP

The annual exhibition of Cambridge Drawing Society. Founded in 1882, the society maintains a very high standard.

This year I have three paintings on the walls and two mono prints in the racks. I have included one painting based on my studies at the Parker Library at Corpus Christi. I just love this place as it is full of some very old manuscripts. Here I can sit and study some of the most delightful illuminated manuscripts. Quirky and beautifully painted they measure about 4 x 5 cms.

The one exhibited I have called Bird Bath and I have added trees, a night sky and a multitude of small flowers and leaves to make it my own.

More information at   Cambridge Drawing Society

Winter Open Studio

PAST EXHIBITION
26th November 2016 - 27th November 2016
Cambridge

I am joining Carmen Renwick and Diana Kazemi for this years Winter Studio.

Stuck for a seasonal gift? Come along to our Winter studio at the Dovecote, 5 Church Street, Cambridge Cb4 1DT for a glass of mulled wine and see what these three artists have been creating.

Diana makes wonderful pottery, cups, vases, honey jars, cutlery holders and a superb collection of ceramic jewellery.

Carmen has some beautiful illustrated cards and prints for sale.

I have paintings, prints, scarves and some wacky sheep, plus I have my sketch books and a new painting based on my research on Medieval manuscripts at the Parker Library. Also my printer, who makes my limited edition prints, has just made a sample of my Tree of Cambridge on canvas. I love it but I want to hear what you think.

...still stuck for a present? How about an art voucher for a 2 hour session on acrylic or watercolour painting techniques?

More information at   Chesterton Winter Studios

Connections

PAST EXHIBITION
18th November 2016 - 19th November 2016
King's College

Connexions is a charity event to raise money for Cambridge Timebanking. A wonderful idea where people can exchange time by trading their skills with no money involved.

250 artists donated a canvas which will be sold to raise money for this charity. The exhibition starts at Kings College, Cambridge on 18 and 19 November. and will continue at alternative venues around Cambridge.

Fourteen of my art students took part in this exhibition and they have made some amazing paintings one of which is shown here. You can see their work on the http://www.facebook.com/CambridgeArtClasses Facebook page or on my Cambridge Art classes website.

More information at   
Cambridge Art Classes
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Cambridge Open Studios

PAST EXHIBITION
9th July 2016 - 24th July 2016
Milton Road, Cambridge

2016 and I am joined by Maureen Charles, a wonderful glass artist who is exhibiting for the first time.

If you like colour, detail and something original come along to Cambridge Open Studios at No 27 in the guide. We have nicknamed ourselves the Mo Show and to prevent confusion Maureen Charles is called Rene, and Maureen Mace has become Mo.

We look forward to meeting you.

More information at   Cambridge Open Studios

Running with Brushes

PAST EXHIBITION
14th April 2016 - 8th May 2016
Cambridge

I am delighted to have been asked to exhibit at the Plough in Shepreth as part of a Running with Brushes exhibition.

Running With Brushes is a charity project launched by Vandy Massey in July 2013. It started as a slightly off-the-wall idea to see if she could paint and sell 1000 postcard size paintings to make £10,000 for Care for Casualties. As an extension of the project Vandy is staging an exhibition of other artworks in the gallery at The Plough.

Instead of the traditional preview evening, there will be two ticketed events on Thursday 14th and Thursday 21st April. These events will be called A Night of 100 Paintings and will showcase the work of the participating artists as well as the postcard-sized watercolours which form part of the online Running With Brushes project. The small watercolours will only be on show during those two events and not for the rest of the exhibition time. There will be live music at the event.

It would be lovely to see you there

More information at   Running with Brushes (Care for casualties charity)

Woodlands Surgery

PAST EXHIBITION
17th March 2016 - 2nd March 2017
Woodlands Surgery, Bateman Street, Cambridge

I have been invited to exhibit my work at the Woodlands Surgery in Bateman Street, Cambridge.

The paintings and prints are on display in the first floor waiting rooms and give patients and visitors a lovely display before their appointments. If you are interested in viewing some of my work please contact the surgery to arrange a time to visit.

More information at   Woodlands Surgery

Winter Open Studios

PAST EXHIBITION
28th November 2015 - 29th November 2015

In November I joined Tess Ainley and Diana Kazemi in Church Street, Cambridge for a fantastic winter exhibition full of fairy lights with an amazing smell of delicious mulled wine.

It was great fun and lovely to see lots of people, some of whom I had not met for a few years. Thank you Diana for letting us use your hall, kitchen and garage which we transformed into a Winter Wonderland.

I look forward to doing it all again next year.

More information at   The wonderful ceramic work of Diana Kazemi

Art at Addenbrookes

PAST EXHIBITION
8th August 2015 - 11th September 2015
Addenbrookes Corridor

Addenbrookes is a world famous Cambridge hospital. Not only is it famous for its wonderful care but it also has a very long corridor where there is an ever changing display of artworks. If you are a patient or a visitor this area is the place you walk for a cup of tea or lunch.

For 6 weeks starting 6 August a group of artists from the Drawing Society are exhibiting paintings in the corridor near the Treatment Centre. Selected to be included is my painting of night and day entitled A Shepherds Sleep In.

If you are visiting Addenbrookes do walk the corridor and take a look

Silvanite Woods

PAST EXHIBITION
8th August 2013 - 9th October 2013

Small, intricate and richly coloured.

!4 new paintings plus 2 limited edition prints, all based on medieval and decorative trees are now exhibited in the long corridor at Addenbrookes between the main concourse and the treatment centre.

This is the first time the set has been seen together and the effect is stunning - as you pass down the corridor the lights shine on the silver and copper leaf which makes the paintings appear to move.

All for sale with 25% commission going to Addenbrookes charities.

On until 9 October

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