About

Born and raised in the North London Edgelands, an early fascination with the English Romantic poets and artists shaped these landscapes into realms of almost religious significance.

Employing materials and symbols found in these spaces I aim to create a space for the viewer to project upon, reflect within and create a personal cosmology.

Through repetition and distortions in context words and images are allowed room to be re investigated and re invested with personal meanings from each individual interpretation.

Primarily a painter, I have been researching and experimenting with walking and land art.

All works can be viewed in my Folkestone studio and please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have or if you require any further information.


Education

Bournemouth Arts Institute, BA hons Fine Art 2006

Middlesex University, Foundation Art and Design 2001


Selected Exhibitions

Solo

Edgeland Visions, Brew Gallery 2019

Words of Revolt, Whelkboy Gallery 2018

Recent Works, Radnor Arms 2018

Group

Outsiders, Don’t Walk Gallery November 2019

Wildfire Gallery, Folkestone 2019

Wildfire Gallery, Norwich 2019

Wildfire Gallery, Brighton 2019

Ethel Loves Me, Rye 2018

Good Grief, Whelkboy Gallery 2018

Northampton Bienniel, Northampton Contemporary Arts 2018

Press On, Northampton Contemporary Arts 2018

Blackswan Open, Blackswan Arts 2017 



Publications

Cover Artwork for Sadru Loops by Rob Shields 2019

Album Artwork for More Colour 2019

Press On, Pressmk.Club 2018


Art Technician and Assistant

‘A Map of how the World Works’ 2016

Artist: Brook Andrew

Pommery Champagne House, Reims France


‘Africa Captales – Lille 3000’ 2017

Curator: Simon Njami

Saint Sauveur, Lille France


‘Room A’ 2017

Artist: Brook Andrew

Musee d’ethnographie, Geneve Switzerland