October 15, 2013
I’m very pleased to announce that the UK’s Royal Horticultural Society, the RHS, have selected my work as part of this year’s London Shades of Autumn Show, on between 22nd and 23rd October 2013.
Twelve prints from my fine-art “Petalum” series will be on display at the Show, which celebrates all things botanical.
The RHS holds a wide range of large-scale flower shows around the UK each year and the London Shades of Autumn Show will also be featuring show-gardens, trade-stands, nurseries, presentations and exhibitions.
RHS Horticultural Halls, Westminster, London SW1P 2PE.
Tuesday 22 October, 10am-7pm and Wednesday 23 October, 10am-5pm
For further details, please visit the show’s website.
June 11, 2011
Last week we caught a fast train and headed into a hot and steamy London to see the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2011, which the Pink Tulip Study IV print has been selected for, and it was great to see the huge range of artworks. And also huge as in size; some paintings and photographic prints literally towered over us, filling the space from the floor to the ceiling. Imagine the size of the printer needed for such large photo prints, or the space a painter would have to find to work on giant canvases like these…
The exhibition is currently on and continues until 15th August. For those of us in the UK, BBC2 is broadcasting The Culture Show this coming Thursday (16th June), which is covering the event in a one-hour special. Hope you get the chance to visit the show; the photographic prints are displayed in the first exhibition room you come to. Enjoy!
Summer Exhibition 2011 website
May 23, 2011
I’m very pleased to announce that my framed monochrome print “Pink Tulip, Study IV“ has been selected for inclusion in the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts “Summer Exhibition” in London.
From the Royal Academy’s website:
“Held annually since the Royal Academy’s foundation in 1768, the Summer Exhibition is a unique celebratory showcase for art of all styles and media, encompassing paintings, sculpture, photography, prints, architectural models, film, and artist’s books. Historically, the exhibition has also provided an opportunity for Royal Academicians, many of whom are internationally renowned, to show their work.
Following long Academy tradition, the exhibition is curated by an annually rotating committee of Royal Academicians who are all practicing artists and architects. Any artist may enter work for selection – over 12,000 works are submitted for consideration every year and around 1200 are exhibited. The Academy works hard to encourage a diverse range of artists to enter and, as a result, well over 100 artists are included every year who have not previously exhibited in the Summer Exhibition”.
The exhibition is on from 7th June to 15 August 2011.
Further details at: http://www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibitions/summer-exhibition-2011/