Here's me with Will Gompertz,
a super engaging and warm gentleman,
at a private view of the Turner Prize 2018
I am an abstract painter working from my home studio in leafy Surrey.
During my Fine Art degree, I visited New York to see the work of the Abstract Expressionists, a movement, in addition to The Washington Colour School, which continues to inform my work today.
Upon graduation, a career within the arts followed, initially working within contemporary art at the Royal Academy of Art, The Serpentine Gallery and later within the antiques trade at Christie’s; during which time, I sold my paintings at their charity auction. I worked as a Gallery Manager for an antiques furniture dealer and later moved into the finance sector for several years.
My artistic approach has grown from my passion to create new abstract compositions, experiment with different mixed media and the desire to make something authentic and original for both myself and the viewer.
You can now see my solo show until end of June 2021, full details here I am also participating in a UK group online exhibition ‘Lockdown’ on Instagram, organised by Fronteer Art; showcasing 3 of my abstract landscape works on paper. These paintings were made during isolation and can also be viewed in the above exhibitions link.
I recently collaborated with a HK artist and my paintings are now being secured in private collections, within the UK and Europe.
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