This is the fifth edition of Rheged's popular Great Print Exhibition, and this year it's bigger than ever. Featuring over 75 artists with more than 500 artworks on the wall, this exhibition brings a huge range of styles and techniques and will include about 10 of my more recent lithographs. This also marks the opening of Rheged's brand new gallery space on the middle floor.
Carlisle Contemporary Arts - Celebrating it's 1st year at CCA Gallery, 1st floor Old Fire Station, Carlisle CA3 8QP
Tiny Treasures opens on Dec. 4th and includes my two, new and tiny(!) lithographs: 'The Oak Tree' and 'Retreat'
This exhibition includes my large charcoal drawing 'Siding' study (iv)
and, I am thrilled to say, it won the Special Prize for a Cumbrian artist - sponsored by Northern Lights Gallery, Keswick, Cumbria
The Lake Artists Summer Exhibition 2019 with 319 paintings, sculptures, drawings and original prints.
At The Hall, Grasmere, Cumbria LA22 9TA from 27th July to Wednesday 4th September 2019
Open daily from 10.30am to 4.30pm - all enquiries telephone 015394 35628 during opening hours
The exhibition includes my oil paintings and charcoal drawings illustrated here
I am delighted that my drawing 'Field' is part of this exhibition at the Archive Gallery, Heaton Cooper Studio, Grasmere, Cumbria LA22 9SX which is running over the summer months . . . until Sept. 30th 2019.
'Quotes' is a new publication which contains the work of 68 contemporary artists, each of whom was asked to select a quote by a well known artist and explain why that quote resonates with them and then select an example of their own work that best exemplifies their text.
'Quotes' is compiled and edited by Andy Wild and Mike Healey and is published by Strawlitter Productions.
A solo exhibition at The Beacon Museum, Whitehaven running from 30th March until 16th June 2019
The 3rd Cumbria Life Culture Awards - 2019 Finalists have been announced.
I'm absolutely deighted to say that the Visual Artist section includes me. I am thrilled about this, especially as I was included as a finalist in the two previous awards in 2015 and 2017.
. . . . and the winner was Julian Cooper - very well deserved!