EXHIBITIONS

2017

City Space Gallery. Winchester. Proposed exhibition of work produced for Winchester Legends, an artist’s book with a separate supporting edition of 15 prints. With a subsequent series of prints and collage based on the story of William Walker the Diver who Saved a Cathedral. Four lithographs from this series were previously exhibited at Winchester Cathedral.

Also in 2017 at the same gallery, original children’s book art, including development work for a book on the achievements of William Walker the Winchester diver. This would be a joint exhibition with other illustrators part of the Wessex Book Fair on the theme of Storytelling.

2016

Shortlisted for the Ruskin Prize 2016’Recording Britain Now: Society
Sponsored by The Big Draw, Pilgrim Trust, The Guild of St George and the Arts Council England.

A artist’s book ‘Miseries of Life’ and an edition of hand coloured drypoint prints exhibited at The New Art Gallery Walsall and The Electricians Shop Gallery, Trinity Buoy Wharf, London.

2015

Exhibited at the ’10 Days Chalk Exhibition, Winchester Cathedral.
3 lithographs and one collage.

2014

Exhibited in the open competition ‘Water’ at the National Trust Gallery at Mottisfont Abbey.
Drypoint print.

Exhibited in the Sheffield International Artist’s Book Prize Exhibition.
‘Testament’ a book containing original prints in various printmaking techniques.

2013

Exhibited at the Refectory Gallery, Southwark Cathedral. Multiple prints in various techniques.

2012

Prizewinner The Lancelot Andrewes Awards. To celebrate the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible.

Soutwark Cathedral. A colour woodcut and drypoint print.

Exhibited at the Weiner Library Gallery London. open competition ‘Displaced’
An artist’s book.

2012  – 15

Various works exhibited at Bell Fine Art Winchester.

2000

Oppenheim Gold Medal for book illustration USA.

For Pat-a-Cake, published by Candlewick Press Boston US.

1979 – 84

Exhibited on a yearly basis at the Annual Exhibition of The Honolulu Academy of Fine Arts, Hawaii.

Work purchased by the State of Hawaii to hang in the Governor’s office.

Some of the work shown at the Honolulu Academy of Fine Arts was included in a travelling exhibition in California, Oregon and Washington State.