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Press and Gallery Representation

Solo Show | London

A solo show of my work is on display in London at Moor Place, 1 Fore Street EC2Y 9DT. It was curated by JonaQuest Art who represent my work in their gallery. This is a brand new collection of my iconic ‘Scratch’ series and here is an interesting view of my work.

You can see quality images of these pieces here on my website.

Flux Exhibition | London

The annual Flux exhibition has become one of the important calendar events in the London art scene. It shows a mix of contemporary art in all its forms and I am proud to be one of the founding artists, having exhibited my work regularly since 2015.

Pastel Society | London

The Pastel Society holds its annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries, just by Trafalgar Square in central London. It showcases some of the very best examples of Pastel artwork in the UK. Oil Pastels are one of my favourite media and I’ve been a regular exhibitor since 2013.

I was thrilled to receive the first prize in their catalogue award in 2018.

This is the artwork:

and here I am receiving my first prize award:

Main Street Gallery | USA

In the summer of 2018 I held my second solo show ‘Out of Africa’ in Cambridge Maryland USA at the Main Street Gallery. With my British/African connections it created a lot of interest and I went on the local radio to chat about my life and my art. Here is the interview with WHCP Radio. I loved doing it!

Amazwi African Gallery | USA

Saugatuck Michigan is a vibrant art centre and is the home of Amazwi African Gallery, which hosts a facinating range of art pieces. They have represented my work in that part of America since 2018 and here are some of my artworks they have on show.

JonaQuest Art | London

Greenwich is an exciting and thriving area of the city and JonaQuest Art has an interesting collection of contemporary and African art on dispay. They have represented my work in London since 2016 and here are some of the pieces that they have.

Solo Show | London

I held my first solo show in Camden, London in 2013 and here is an interview I did with Lisa Gray for the Palette Pages, a London based online art journal. Lisa Gray is the founder of the much acclaimed annual Flux Exhibition in London.