The Thames Revisited
In 2006 I showed my exhibition ‘The Thames Project’ – the culmination of two or three years spent visiting and following the river. However after this event I felt that the subject had not been exhausted - it could never be - and that I would like to re-work the series. This was to both to re-visit some locations and stretches I already knew but also to explore those places that I never managed to reach before. A few more years has been spent on the Thames revisiting this iconic watercourse to make this new body of work.
The Thames Revisited ran 19th November 2013 - 1st February 2014 at The Redfern Gallery, 20 Cork Street, London, W1S 3HL .
- Sleet and snow, Reading by the Thames. March 2013. Acrylic on board. 19 x 22cm
- Hawthorn and willow. Oxford, Cherwell. Chiffchaff calls. May 2010. Mixed media on paper 57 x 61cm
- Thames boats. 2013. Drypoint. Edition of 30. 17 x 18cm
- A30, M25, Thames. 2013. Mixed media on canvas 122 x 122cm
- Oxford Summer eights. May 2013. Oil on laminate 19 x 28cm
- An incident on the tow path. 2013. Bronze on an oak base. 17 x 27 x 20cm Unique
- The hanging gardens of Richmond at night. 2013. Oil on canvas 122 x 122cm
- St Paul's across the night. Thames 2012. Mixed media on board 25 x 20cm
- London Meander. 2013. Sterling silver earrings height: 5.5cm
- Moonlight, young Thames. 2013. Earthenware diameter: 33cm
The Thames Revisited ran 19th November 2013 - 1at February 2014 at The Redfern Gallery,
20 Cork Street, London, W1S 3HL .