Tag: contemporary art

My Life in Trees

Solo exhibition at the Birmingham and Midland Institute. 1-26 November 2021 Like many, the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown was a time of isolation and introspection. I took the opportunity to reflect on some of the most significant trees throughout my life. Some are memorable simply for their presence, while some mark specific moments or movements. As

How Are You, Babe?

Installation views from exhibition, “How Are You, Babe?” at Blank 100 in London. Featuring works by Alice Morey, Iseult Enright, Madelynn Mae Green, Mew Jirasirikul, Monica Perez Vega, Niloofar Taatizadeh, Paola Estrella, Rayvenn D’Clark, Rosie Gibbens and Yuli Serfaty.

TFAC Residency at Griffin Gallery

During the Easter break, I did a two week residency at Griffin Gallery located in the ColArt headquarters in London.  The Fine Art Collective (TFAC) is home to a collective of art material brands such as Windsor & Newton and Liquitex and it was fun to see chemists at work while I painted with their

Solo Show at Rob Rademaker Gallery

My opening was last Saturday 7, March 2015.  I had a great turn out.  It was great to see all my friends from Utrecht and thankful for those who came from out of town.  The show will remain up until 25 April.