Don’t Look Now at The Plough Arts Centre

Go Wild, 60 x 50cm, oil on canvas, 2022

Excited about my upcoming solo show at The Plough Arts Centre, Torrington in April. Showcasing new oil paintings created specifically for the exhibition ‘Don’t Look Now’ which emphasises the role of the ‘muse’ by making them visible and giving them centre stage. Depicting the muse alongside the artist I want to ask questions about who is the subject. The gallery is open 10am-4pm Tues/Sat. More information here


Go Wild, 60x50cm, oil on canvas, 2022

In April I have a solo show called Don’t Look Now at The Plough Arts Centre, Great Torrington, more details to follow soon.

Correspondence 01

Janet Sainsbury: I do Funny Walks/A Bad Job of it, ha, acrylic on 2 panels, 10x10cm each, 2021; Freya Pocklington: (framed) Henry is on the fringes, pastel on paper, 2021

Correspondence 01 is now open at Exeter Phoenix Gallery and Broadway Gallery, Letchworth. The exhibition which is curated by Matt Burrows and Kris Day consists of one piece of work in each venue by 20 paired artists, 10 from each location. I am delighted to be paired with Freya Pocklington. The exhibition ends 5 September 2021. See daily updates on Instagram #correspondence01

Figurative Art Now

The Trip, acrylic on canvas, 41x51cm, 2020

I am delighted to be showing this painting as part of the online exhibition Figurative Art Now. The works were selected from an open call by Andrew Gifford, Barbara Walker, Jo Baring, Jonathan Watkins and Clare O’Brien. The exhibition ends 20 September 2021.

Plymouth Contemporary 2021

There is No Finished World, 70x100cm, oil on canvas, 2019

I am delighted to have this painting included in Plymouth Contemporary 2021 an open submission exhibition showcasing contemporary artists working nationally and internationally. The exhibition is open from 7 July – 5 September across two venues: The Levinsky Gallery and Karst.

‘This, the third Plymouth Contemporary exhibition since its hugely successful launch in 2015, continues to support new ideas and a risk-taking approach across all art forms with previously featured artists going on to achieve national and international success’.

Correspondence 01

Delighted to be a part of Correspondence 01 a new project pairing artists from Exeter and Letchworth, curated by Matt Burrows and Kris Day. There will be simultaneous exhibitions at Broadway Gallery, Letchworth and Exeter Phoenix Gallery, from 17 August to 5 September.

Ing Discerning Eye

The Lives of Others, acrylic on paper, 29x39cm, 2019

I am delighted that I have been invited to exhibit 6 works in this year’s Ing Discerning Eye exhibition. I have been invited by Jo Baring, who is the director of the Ingram Collection and one of this year’s judges for Discerning Eye. The exhibition will be online from 19 November till 31 December 2020.