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Photos of Shows
Every show presents an opportunity and challenge to show the work differently. The paintings appear different in different frames of reference. The curved and tilted wall at Sheffield's Persistence Works demanded that the canvases hovered slightly in front of the wall. At Willesden the work could only be seen from a distance by viewing from the public library across the atrium. Red Gallery allowed the arrangement of three intimate rooms with controlled lighting in which different moods were suggested and in which the paintings reacted with each other in an almost anthropomorphic way.
False Doors and Timeless Thresholds at Orchard Gallery Gunby Hall, April 2021
Elusion and Revision at Abbey Walk 2012 [below]
Solo Show - Persitence Works - below
[above] Part of the solo show, Divertimenta, at Persistence Works, Yorkshire ArtSpace, Sheffield in August 2007. Paintings on the curved and tilted wall.
[above] Solo Show, Divertimenta, at 20-21 Visual Arts Center, Scunthorpe.
[above] Views of the exhibition at The Willesden Gallery, London, 2005
[below] Views of the exhibition, Divertimenta, at the Red Gallery, Hull. 2008. Photos courtesy of Andrew Quinn, The Red Gallery.
[above] Views of the exhibition, Divertimenta, at the Red Gallery, Hull. 2008. Photos courtesy of Andrew Quinn, The Red Gallery.
Esmeralda # 2 at The Nottingham Castle Open Exhibition, 2008