Summer Exhibition at The Beaney

Well my solo exhibition is well underway at The Beaney in Canterbury.

The Beaney is such a fascinating beautiful building, it’s an Art Gallery, Library and Visitor Information Centre situated in the heart of historic Canterbury, Kent. The exterior is Tudor and the building itself was originally built in 1897. Over the years it has gone over many refurbishments, the last being in 2009. It’s home to many permanent collections, one of which is William Sidney Cooper, who was a masterful local artist to Canterbury.

So I feel honoured to be part of The Beaney, the Front Room Gallery is where my exhibition is, it has a prime location, with wonderful high ceilings and parquet flooring, it’s just perfect for displaying art.

I decided to call my exhibition ‘A Captivating View’. It’s an expressive, impressionistic vision of urban life and nature. As an artist, I mainly paint Landcapes and Wildlife. My work is quite literal, for me, art should be quite self explanatory. I love colour, light, movement, life. I enjoy creating work that brings colour into the viewers world.
So if you are in the Canterbury area, then please do try and call in, it would be great to see you!

Opening hours are Monday – Friday [10am – 5pm] and Sunday [11am – 4pm].
My exhibition will be running until the 1st October.

Thanks so much,