Really pleased to have had two works from my In The Broken Places selected to be part of Street Level Photoworks 30th anniversary Open exhibition. The exhibition runs till the 24th November.
The opening is at 6:30 – 8:30pm on Friday 23 August and runs till Saturday 14 September. Do message me if you are attending and would like me to meet you at the exhibition for a chat 🙂
Dates for my upcoming solo at The Barony have just been confirmed and it will run from the 24th August till the 14 September 2019. Really looking forward to this.
Delighted to have three works selected for this exhibition of Visual Arts Scotland members, at the beautiful Tatha Gallery in Newport-On-Tay, from the 24 August until the 22nd September 2018.
Delighted to have work from my In Praise Of Shadows series included in the Abstracts group show at Close Photographic Gallery, Edinburgh from April 16th till May 12th. The show also includes wonderful works by Paul Kenny, Ricardo Baez Duarte, Chris Close and Nadia Attura.
So, yesterday afternoon was the preview of the joint Society of Scottish Artists and Visual Arts Scotland Open at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh. A wonderful exhibition, so much great work, of all types. It really is a must see if you are going to be in Edinburgh before the 8th March. It’s really not […]
“Photographers from the UK and around the world have been selected to exhibit their work in BORDERS, an exhibition of photography, curated in response to the MARCHLAND season of performances and talks, in collaboration with Théâtre Volière and the Bridewell Theatre. MARCHLAND brings together artists, musicians and dancers to share remarkable stories and complex histories.” […]
I have just been offered a solo exhibition at the Patriothall Gallery, Stockbridge, Edinburgh to run from the 7th – 23 September 2018. A lot to do before then, but the basis of the exhibition will be the In The Broken Places and In Praise Of Shadows projects. I have loads of ideas… but can’t say […]
Connection is an invited group show of mainly abstract art by contemporary International and UK artists. The exhibition runs until the 23rd December 2017. & Gallery is at 17 Dundas St, just across from the Scottish Gallery, and should not be missed if you are visiting Edinburgh.
The 154th Annual Open Exhibition of the Royal Glasgow Institute preview was this afternoon and delighted to have had one of my works selected. As usual, the standard is very high. My personal favourites were the two etchings by Fiona Watson, I just love her work and these were special. The exhibition runs from today […]
This is a photography gallery, so a rare thing in Scotland and really worth a look if you are in Edinburgh. You will find work by the great Paul Kenny, John Claridge, Julian Calverley and others… including me, with four of my In Praise Of Shadows series currently exhibited and the entire series for sale at […]
Really pleased to have two images selected to be exhibited at the Shutter Hub Open as part of the Retina Festival 2017, Edinburgh. The exhibition runs from 2nd to 30th July and is in the Dark Room (beside Zizzi) Ocean Terminal, Leith, Edinburgh.
Delighted to have three pieces selected for the 153rd Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Art exhibition in the Mitchell Library, Glasgow. The exhibition runs from 12th – 27th November. Do drop in, it is usually a great exhibition. I know that Fiona Watson has some pieces that I’m keen to see.
The wait is over.. ..the judges have made their decision. I’m a finalist for the 2016 Art Gemini Prize and my entry will be exhibited at Asia House, London from 22nd – 30th September. Looking forward to the preview evening on the 22nd. Going to be a busy week.
Specially pleased to have had three images accepted for the Bright exhibition at St James Hospital, Leeds. As it is for a really good cause. Proceeds from the sale of the pictures will go to the children’s Oncology unit. The exhibition, which runs till the 26th October, was organised by Shutterhub.
I have always thought it would be really special, to have a piece selected for the RSA summer exhibition in Edinburgh and this year, I had two. The private view was extremely busy, with a long queue outside, which was still there when we left, shortly before closing.
The Cambridge Open 2016 was a month long event that included talks, portfolio reviews and exhibitions in a number of venues across the city all organised by Shutterhub and so was very pleased when my image above was selected for the exhibition.