1st Sept -15th Oct 2018
The Old School Gallery Alnmouth
Solo show "Stones and Structures"
new work North East Coast and Northumberland.
Show opening Friday 31st August 6-9 invitations will be sent out, but if your not on mailing list please ask via contact page
Last weekend of November Ouseburn Open Studios, Studio 7 at The Biscuit Tin
Current Galleries: see also gallery "in galleries"
The Old School Gallery. Alnmouth.
including this acrylic painting on board of the Cheviot Hills
The Biscuit Factory Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne
As one of the 'Featured Artists' you can see my paintings on The Biscuit Factory web site (Links page), please ask at reception as only some pieces on display.
Matthew Bank Gallery, Jesmond
Matthew Bank Gallery is primarily a picture framing gallery, however they usually have two or three of my paintings on display and available to purchase from the shop. Currently this one of Snow from The Military Road
Woodhorn Colliery Museum Open exhibition "Ocean" about the North East Coast and its seafaring heritage see links page for location and opening times and admission charges.
Saturday 10th Feb - 7th May 2018
PERMANENT - Public access (NFS)
The NHS have acquired three of my paintings for exhibition in the entrance foyers of two North Eastern Hospitals, Whitley Bay and Hexham
Woodhorn Colliery Museum (Home of the 'Pitman Painters' collection)
has acquired my "Woodhorn Colliery Archive Collage" to hang in the Museum offices.
The Bob Abley Gallery, Spennymoor Town Hall ,Co.Durham.
Following my September 2014 exhibition, the gallery has retained this painting for their permanent collection.
"Distant Wind Turbines, Upper Weardale"
John The Clerk Wetherspoon's pub in Cramlington you can enjoy 'Fish and Chips Friday' by one of my Kielder paintings
The High Main Wetherspoon's pub in Byker has an 'acoustic' ceiling...24m x2m (big!)
The ceiling panels designed to enhance the acoustics of the long bar/restaurant space were painted by a small group from the North of England Art Club. My contributions were the yellow cranes and the blue staithes.
See "Projects" page