Delighted to be showing work in the US for the first time. Show opens in Questa, New Mexico, on August the 7th. I have 5 x A5 pieces in here, with over 30 other artists from around the world.
Out very soon – delighted to have a poem – ‘Sea Chapel’ – in here.
Opening soon, in France. I’m delighted to have 6 small works in this show.
Show opens in Cyprus
It’s lovely to see pictures of human beings at an art show. Delighted to have 5 small works in this show.
I’m looking forward to reading my poem ‘The Bathymetry of the Inner Sound’ at this event: https://torch.ox.ac.uk/event/scipo-2021-patterning-thought
The anthology of winning & commended entries from the recent Science of the Sea competition will be launched, among readings and discussions around ‘patterning thought’ and other science/poetry collaborations.
Looks like it’ll be a fascinating evening, hope to see you there!
The collaborative artwork touring Scotland, as part of the SSA’s ‘Road Trip’ has touched down in Argyll. Looking forward to contributing to this exciting project – with a theme of ‘Connection’, suitably enough.
I’m absolutely delighted to be one of the recipients of the BAG in its final year. I’ll be using the grant to attend a workshop on composition, taught by Olivia Irvine, at Moray Art Centre in August.
More on the grant and other winners here.
The BAG was set up in memory of ShirleyAnne Cumberlege, to support the work and ambitions of early-career artists in the Highlands.
The show is now at Galway Art Centre – online only, due to Covid!
You can see the exhibition virtually in this short film:
I’m delighted to have work in this show – such a great mix of strong and interesting work from around 60 international artists. My work is shown from around the 5 minute mark.
I have five small works in this show, open now in Fermanagh, Ireland, and due to tour world wide thereafter.
I’m delighted to have a painting in this new show from the Society of Scottish Artists.
Due to lockdown, the exhibition is being held online.
In this dreamlike, semi-abstract image, I was thinking of how humans are inextricably tangled in our environment. Images of ghost nets reference the nets that are now lost at sea