I am excited to be part of the exhibition Paper Trail. Paper Trail is presented by Appletye– a new artist led organisation exploring the role of archives and heritage in artistic practice. One hundred artists were given small pieces of heritage paper and the year of its manufacture to work with. Some of those pieces have been chosen for exhibition in the Maidstone Museum, Faith Street, ME141LH
I will be exhibiting ‘Half Penny’ executed on Whatman paper manufactured in 1864.
Maidstone Museum March 28th – September 27th. Please come and ‘Meet the’Artists’ 30th April 6-9 pm and 12th September 2-4.30, both with a film screening event.
April 22nd – May 2nd I will be exhibiting with a small group of artists from Second Floor Studios Studios in the Kaleidoscope Gallery, Sevenoaks TN131LQ.
I will be exhibiting paintings and sculpture exploring how little of their previous life the worlds refugees bring with them to their new one.
June 2nd – June 4th I will be exhibiting in the SFSA Drawing Open, noformat Gallery Casting House, Moulding Lane, Arklow Road, SE14. Private View on June 4th.
June 2020 – I am looking forward to exhibiting in [home]:a group exhibition exploring ideas of home, displacement and place-making. Curated by Anna Masters and co-curated by Christina France and developed in association with Sevenoaks Welcomes Refugees. Kaleidoscope Gallery Sevenoaks TN131LQ
Exhibition dates: Wednesday 10th – Saturday 20th June. A programme of events will be held alongside the exhibition with a particular focus on Saturday 20th June, World Refugee Day. More information to come.
June 2020 – I will be exhibiting as an invited artist with the London Group and Friends in ‘Valley of Vision Sculpture’ in Shoreham, Kent. ‘Valley of Vision Sculpture’ will build on the success of the 2017 Shoreham Sculpture Trail which had a remarkable range of work and Valley of Vision Sculpture will be equally diverse. Artists will work site specifically within village garden settings in the beautiful valley that artist Samuel Palmer lived and worked in during the 1830’s.
It will take place over three weekends: 20/21 & 27/28 June, 4/5th July