A Selection of Some of my Exhibitions
CURRENT EXHIBITION 2021
EXPOSICIÓN DE PINTURA
Opening evening 02nd November 16.30 - 20.00
Continues 03-29 November Monday - Friday 08.30 - 20.00
Edificio Usos Múltiples
Avenida Andalucía 7
Torrox Costa 29793
This is my first exhibition in Spain since moving to Torróx pueblo last year. The solo exhibition will showcase my work with over thirty paintings. Many of the paintings are inspired by the energising and soothing blue sky of Andalucía. I continue to work in my studio as well as outdoors so there is a mix of both strong graphic qualities and gestural approaches.
APG Gallery Sheffield 2019
My second solo exhibition at APG Gallery. This white-walled gallery has a beautiful, homely feel with original fireplaces and doors. The twenty eight paintings were a mix of my recent studio pieces, both representational and abstract, and of my plein air works. Included was a series of eight diptychs inspired by walking around Malaga, Andalucia, Spain.
A joint exhibition with family members in the domestic setting of the farmhouse in Orwell, Cambrideshire. My paintings were exhibited alongside those of my Mother Susan Knebel, Stephen Withington, Nita Miller and the ceramics of Jo Jones.
Gage Gallery Sheffield 2018
‘A four women exhibition held in the large industrial gallery at the Kelham Island Art Collective (KIAC) with Lynne Chapman, Katie Jamieson and Lisa Wallbank.
South View Sheffield 2018
A two person exhibition held with the Polish artist Marcin Szuba in the domestic setting of a beautiful Edwardian terraced house in Sheffield. The paintings were a celebration of colour and of the natural world.
APG Gallery Sheffield 2017
My first solo exhibition at APG Gallery. This white-walled gallery has a beautiful, homely feel with original fireplaces and doors. The paintings were a mix of my recent studio pieces, portraits and plein air works.
SURGEONS AT WORK – THE ART OF THE OPERATION
Hunterian Museum, Royal College of Surgeons London 2015
Two of my surgical drawings were included in this exhibition of illustrations, prints, drawings and paintings featuring representations of surgeons and surgery from the sixteenth to the twenty-first century. Some were originally created to convey technical information and to provide a record of treatment whilst others captured something of the emotions and atmosphere of the theatre and revealed aspects of the unique relationship between patient, surgeon and operating team. Works included those by Barbara Hepworth, William Orpen, Henry Tonks, Roy Calne and Julia Midgley.