Shared Histories

Shared Histories Group Show
5th Base Gallery, Brick Lane, Whitechapel,

 10-12 November  2016

Participating Artists:  Jules Lampshire, Rosy Forward (curators), Dennis Plaxton,  Hannah Forward,  Judith North, Kate Proudman, Charmaine Stimson, Martin Woolley

Best of Borough

Best of Borough, A KINC Group Show
The Rose Theatre, Kingston, September 2016.

KINC, Kingston Independent Network of Creatives. are a group of professional artists, designers, photographers and makers who work in Kingston.

Together they aim to create a thriving arts culture in the Royal borough.

By working with local authorities, communities and businesses, KINC are looking to promote projects, exhibitions, and opportunities that are mutually beneficial within our local community.

Link to KINC

Anagrams

Anagrams 

A Group Show at Kingston Museum

29 Apr– 2nd July 2016.  

Work exhibited:

Highway Code 
This work takes painted road markings out of context and transform them into a strange and indecipherable language.

Public Servants (Civil Disobedience)
The Public Servants paintings show the untold, unnoticed work that goes into repairing and maintaining the urban environment. They explore the paradox of the invisible high- visibility clothes, and show road workers employing strange, often archaic equipment to dismantle bus shelters, to burn off and repaint road markings, to construct kerbs or to sandbag against floods. In Anagrams, the workers start to take their own decisions…

FPS Open 2015

FPS Open 2015, The Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU. 30 Nov – 12 Dec 2015.

Imagined Realities (PA) and (AR) are exhibited in the show.

FPS is an established artist-led organisation that promotes and exhibits a talented membership of Painters, Sculptors, Printmakers and Photographers at renowned central London galleries twice a year. With 65 years of experience, FPS helps artists build long-term networks that develop artistic sustainability, exposure and sales, whilst also encouraging artists to create work on their own terms….and therefore be ‘free’.

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FPS Open 2015
FPS Open 2015

Oxford University Press

Solo Show,  Fairfax Gallery, Oxford University Press, Oxford,  2015

Curated by Paula Terra Neale

Publice Servants, Richmond Green tryptich
Serpentine Pavilions Cloud I and II