Autumn Exhibitions 2015

33%_French_Days_PV_card_front_4 copyFrench Days
After a really busy start to 2015 I needed my annual getaway to the South of France over August. As always it was a mixture of sun, wine and good living. Like previous years I did one drawing a day to help me to remember those sunny moments when the dark days of England are heavy on the heart. To help preserve that bit of summer for many more months to come I’m exhibiting a collection of these drawings at T&T, 106A Alexandra Park Road, London, N10 2AE from 19th September to 11th October.

We’re having a big party to celebrate on Sunday 27th September from 12-3pm, so come along, see the drawings and have a glass of wine.

3rd Annual North Texas Recovery Conference
I’ll be presenting a paper on Art and Recovery alongside psychotherapist Harvey Wells and poet Kevin Acott at this popular conference in Denton, Texas, USA. They’ll be a ‘live’ art display to entertain the delegates too.

33%_Life_of_endings_PV_Card_front_3 copyA Life of Endings
Earlier this year I had the exciting opportunity of sketching in the Dissecting Rooms at King’s College London. I’ll be exhibiting my drawings in the Gordon Museum of Pathology on Thursday 10th September  2015 from 6-8pm. On the night there will be a live performance from Bill Mudge (music) and Kevin Acott (poetry) in the museum itself. We’ll be publishing a book to go alongside the exhibition and releasing the sound narratives that Bill and Kevin create.

For further information contact Bill Edwards, Curator, The Gordon Museum of Pathology at or Harvey Wells at



3 thoughts on “Autumn Exhibitions 2015

  1. Hello,
    I am of the family of Didier and Marie-Line Gérard Cambieure.
    I met your parents one month ago at a dinner at Didier.
    They informed me that you exposed your works at a party and you have achieved at a time, the portrait of François and his dog, patapouf. Your mother told me that you sell your paintings, do you still have that picture. If so, can you tell me the price of one ? Thanks.


    Lorène SIBRA

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