International Photo Artists Exhibition (16/09/2023 - 30/09/2023)|
Two of my prints shown below are being exhibited in the International Photo Artists Exhibition at the Atria in Watford, Hertfordshire during September 2023,
from the 16th to the 30th September. The works are two of my retrospective art nude analogue images called "Blue Nude" and "Venetian Nude" respectively.
The exhibition is open during the normal opening times of the Atria mall, previously known as The Harlequin and Intu Watford. Monday - Saturday 9-6pm, Sunday 11-5pm.
For further details please visit the Photo Artists Facebook group website.
Nude Tin Can Gallery Exhibition (06/12/2016 - 01/02/2017)|
The four 16"x16" canvas prints shown below were exhibited in the Nude Tin Can Gallery "EROTICA"
exhibition in St Albans during January 2017. The work is some of my newer, more experimental imagery, first shown at the Menier Gallery in London in October 2016.
A further body projection print was added a few days later and sold within one day of it being hung.
The "EROTICA" exhibition was held from the 6th January until the 1st February 2017. For gallery details of opening times, current exhibitions and location please
visit the Nude Tin Can Gallery website. All work in the gallery is for sale.
Temptation Rides Again Exhibition (06/10/2015 - 12/11/2015)|
Twelve of my fine art monochrome prints were exhibited in the "Temptation Rides Again" exhibition at the Strand Gallery (Now called Proud Galleries ),
32 John Adam Street, London WC2N6BP during October 2015. The week long exhibition was organised by The Guild of Erotic Artists and I exhibited the same twelve images as in 2014.
Return of Temptation Exhibition (07/10/2014 - 12/10/2014)|
Twelve of my fine art monochrome prints were exhibited in the "Return of Temptation" exhibition at the Strand Gallery (Now called Proud Galleries ),
32 John Adam Street, London WC2N6BP during October 2014. The week long exhibition was organised by The Guild of Erotic Artists. Although this gallery is very close to Charing Cross station it is in a side street
and the footfall is quite low.