Career Summary

The unusual combination of Art and Dentistry has led to the subject matter of recent works which primarily looks at the depersonalisation of the individual by medical practice.

Education

BDS University of London 1979
LDS RCS(Eng) 1979
BA(Hons) Fine Art (First Class) 1999 KIAD
MA Fine Art 1999 KIAD

Exhibitions

2017 “Treescapes” Whitstable
2016 Wells Art Contemporary
2016 “Correspond”- touring to Halifax, Rye and Edinburgh
2016 Solo exhibition. Ripley Arts Centre , Bromley
2015 “Uncertain places” Keynes college, University of Kent, Canterbury
2013 Centenary Exhibition, Institute of Psychiatry
2013 Duchamp in Herne Bay
2011 Solo exhibition – Creek Creative , Faversham
2011 Chatham Dockyard Open Exhibition… (First Prize – Abstract category)
2010 Figurative” – Caxton Contemporary, Whitstable
2009 Pie Factory Open – Margate
2008 “An- Aesthetic” – Tactile Bosch, Cardiff
2008 AA2A Exhibition – Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury
2008 “ko-ax” Maskalls Gallery, Paddock Wood.
2007 “Glocal Bodies” Primo Piano Gallery, Lecce, Italy
2006 “The Face of Madness?” – Institute of Psychiatry, London.
2005 “Hush” – Paintworks, Bristol.
2005 “Margate Rocks” Contemporary Art Festival
2004 “Invalid” – Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London.
2004 On the Wall – Olympia, London
2004 Solo exhibition -The Horsebridge, Whitstable
2003 Solo exhibition – The Sportsman, Seasalter
2003 “Treat Yourself”. Science Museum, London.
2003 “Artists and Galleries” George’s House Gallery Folkestone
2002 Solo Exhibition. University of Kent.
2001 “Fresh Art” Business Design Centre. London
2001 Artist in Residence. Exhibition at KIAD, Canterbury.
2001 Thanet Contemporary Arts Festival.
2001 “The Body Abstract”. Sassoon Gallery, Folkestone.
2000 “See Life” – The Drawing Room. Sandwich.
2000 “Passing Tales”. Canterbury Festival and Certaldo, Italy.
2000 Expotech 2000. New Greenham Arts.
2000 “Medicine, Medicine, Medicine”. Stroud House Gallery, Stroud.
2000 “Invisible Body” Atrium Gallery, Whiteley’s, London.
1999 Group Show – ICA London.
1999 MA Show – Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury.