Summer 2020 will go down as a very strange Summer in London. Empty streets during lockdown, quiet roads, empty offices and no tourists. Art galleries and museums closed locking off a quiet refuge for many to escape both the frantic life in London and in their lives. I was then delighted to be asked to take part in the
Set in the very pretty Waterperry Gardens in Oxfordshire. I will be showing some new work, including some new limited edition prints which are new for me so very exciting. Some paintings on beautiful handmade including, round paper from the fantastic art store L.Cornelissen & Son on Great Russel Street, London.
I am also camping on site which everyone around me
I was invited to participate in a group exhibition for Artists working and influenced by London. My work is not representational however the fact that I live and have my studio in London means I absorb the feelings, experiences and landscapes. This interview explored that process and link with the capital.