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Exhibitions

Information for future, current and past exhibitions

14th - 18th December 2016

Exhibit Here's 2016 Art Maze Exhibition, Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, South Bank, London

Following on from the huge success of the 2015 Art Maze Exhibition, Exhibit Here once again returned to Bargehouse to showcase the work of more than 100 contemporary artists who transformed this iconic and atmospheric building into a haunting maze of art for one magical week just before Christmas.

Curated and exhibited.

19th - 23rd July 2016

Exhibit Here's 2016 Summer Exhibition, Menier Gallery, London

Exhibit Here's 2016 Summer Exhibition brought together more than 100 stunning contemporary artworks by the most prolific artists who are currently making their mark in the art world. The exhibition was an exciting mix of painting, drawing, sculpture and photography.

Curated and exhibited.

22nd March - 2nd April 2016

Exhibit Here's Unleashed Exhibition, Menier Gallery, London

Exhibit Here's Unleashed Exhibition featured more than 100 wild and innovative artworks that push the boundaries of raw talent.

Curated and exhibited.

16th - 20th December 2015

Exhibit Here's Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, South Bank, London

Exhibit Here's 2015 Art Maze was an atmospheric group exhibition featuring work by more than 100 artists who transformed this iconic building into a haunting maze of art for one magical week just before Christmas.

Curated and exhibited.

28th July - 1st August 2015

Exhibit Here's 2015 Summer Exhibition, Menier Gallery, London

Exhibit Here's 2015 Summer Exhibition was a vibrant, energetic, fresh and immersive exhibition of contemporary art.

Curated and exhibited.

14th - 18th April 2015

Exhibit Here's Rare Art Exhibition, Menier Gallery, London

'Rare Art' brought together the most innovative and thought provoking pieces by established and emerging contemporary artists.

Curated and exhibited.

Throughout 2014

Exhibitions in Harrow, Southgate and Central London

In April 2013 I founded Exhibit Here, originally it began as an online enterprise and by January 2014 I started working in conjunction with both Moderna Art and Cabot Galleries to curate pop-up exhibitions in empty shops and offices across London. During this time I curated and exhibited in six group shows, which featured the work of UK and International artists.

6th November 2013 - May 2014

'Recovery' group exhibition, The Institute of Mental Health, University of Nottingham Innovation Park

This exhibition explored the ideas around recovery and mental health. The exhibitions at The Institute of Mental Health have grown in success and recognition over the years with an increasing number of artists submitting their work for display. 'Recovery' was the 6th art exhibition at the Institute and I was pleased to have my painting, Why does it always rain on me? from the series 'The Art of Our Emotions' selected for this exhibition.

Kamba Gallery

20th May - 30th July 2013

Kamba Gallery, Grays Antiques, Mayfair, London

Kamba Gallery is located in the heart of Mayfair and specialises in tribal and contemporary African Art by UK based African artists and artists that create work inspired by personal, cultural, political or social commentary related to Africa.

My Black Rhino painting Save me, before it’s too late and my African Elephant painting Don’t turn your back on us were selected for exhibition at the gallery as they both explore the highly topical issue of poaching in Africa.

John Lewis Exhibition

2nd - 22nd August 2012

'British Culture' group exhibition with Somewhereto_, John Lewis, Oxford Street, London

Somewhereto_ put together this fantastic rotating group exhibition, which ran throughout August and September and celebrated 'British Culture' during the Olympic period. Tower Bridge was selected for the first few opening weeks of this exhibition.

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Islington Exhibits

21st July -7th September 2012

'Painters' at the Old Fire Station, London

Islington Exhibits is an initiative to unlock hidden venues in Islington and give artists a space to display their work. Why does it always rain on me? was selected for this group exhibition.

Spitalfields Arts Market

11th June 2012

Spitalfields Arts Market with Somewhereto_, Spitalfields, London

Spitalfields kindly donated this space to Somewhereto_ for artists to exhibit their work. It was a long day, but interesting to see how people reacted to my work in this unique environment. Each artist was allocated a section to showcase their work, which I used to display a series of colourful abstracts inspired by nature.

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Adolescence Exhibition

5th - 12th April 2012

'Adolescence' group exhibition with Somewhereto_, Graffik Gallery, Portobello Road, London

Somewhereto_ teamed up with the Graffik Gallery to showcase the work of the artists from the O2 Exhibition and a few other talented individuals! The 'Adolescence' show was a collaboration of street artists, urban photographers, illustrators and fine artists who were all under 25.

I exhibited my Black Rhino painting Save me, before it's too late and my African Elephant painting Don't turn your back on us.

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Grufts at Graffik

8th - 15th March 2012

'Grufts at Graffik', Graffik Gallery, Portobello Road, London

To celebrate the Nations favourite Dog Show Crufts; Graffik Gallery hosted the World’s Greatest Dog Show with the Best of Breed of Urban, Graffiti and Contemporary Dog Artists.

Puppy Love and Playtime were especially painted upon the request of the Graffik Gallery for this exhibition.

O2 Arena Exhibition

14th - 28th February 2012

Window box at the O2 Arena with Somewhereto_ and The Graffiti Life Company, London

Somewhereto_, an organisation that finds young people across the UK incredible spaces to do the things they love, and The Graffiti Life Company worked together to arrange an exhibition for eighteen artists of all disciplines to display their work outside the O2 Arena, in London over a twelve week period, between 2nd January and 27th March 2012. Each artist was given a two-week slot and a large 6 metre wide window box to showcase their work.

My animal portraits were selected for this exhibition.

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The Hospital Club

1st December 2011 - 29th January 2012

The Hospital Club Members Art Competition, The Hospital Club, London

Wise & Wonderful was selected for the Hospital Club’s Christmas Art Competition called ‘All I want for Christmas is…’ and was displayed on the 2nd floor.  The Hospital Club is a private members club and creative arts venue, which houses a television studio, music studio, screening room, restaurant and art gallery. It is on the site of an 18th century hospital.

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The Institute of Mental Health

9th November 2011 - 16th April 2012

'Diversity' group exhibition, The Institute of Mental Health, University of Nottingham Innovation Park

This exhibition formed a unique collection of high quality artwork that intrigued, stimulated and challenged the notion of mental health and diversity.

Alone from the series 'The Art of Our Emotions' was selected for this exhibition.

London Lives: Travel Exhibition

9th - 18th September 2011

The Guardian's London Lives: Travel Exhibition, Bankside Gallery, London

Inspired by the theme of travel, my artwork Pedal Power, which is an original framed drawing was selected and exhibited as a Top 100 entry for this years London Lives Competition.

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Utopian Arts Fest

10th - 22nd July 2011

Utopian Arts Fest, The Parlour Gallery, London

This group exhibition featured contemporary art, which explored the theme of Utopia. The artworks were were inspired by imagination, mythology, memory and desire, that captured both personal and global aspirations towards a better world.

Afraid from the series 'The Art of Our Emotions' was selected for this exhibition.

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David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year 2011 Exhibition - Private View

6th - 11th June 2011

David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year 2011, Mall Galleries, London

My Black Rhino painting Save me, before it's too late was short-listed and selected for this prestigious exhibition.

50% of all sale proceeds from art bought during the exhibition goes towards funding wildlife projects, which is fantastic as over £96,000 of original art was sold during the week!

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'Favourite Things' group exhibition

19th October - 12th November 2010

'Favourite Things' group exhibition, TheWall@TheGallery, London

This exhibition featured 15 artists whose work reflected their own personal concept of what they find joyful in life. I exhibited my Black Rhino painting Save Me, before it's too late as I take great pride in using my art to help make people more aware of all the amazing animals we share our planet with, which I hoped would also bring to light the importance of protecting endangered species.

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Non-Fiction Exhibition poster

24th September - 26th November 2010

'Non-Fiction' group exhibiton, Together Our Space Gallery, London

'Non-Fiction' was a multi-disciplinary group exhibition which featured the creative narration of facts and accounts of life, events and experience through art. Alone and Why does it always rain on me? from the series 'The Art of Our Emotions' were selected for this exhibition.

The Our Space gallery is owned by leading mental health charity Together, who support and celebrate all artists in the mental health arena, as well as any external artists or performers who would like to help reduce stigma and prejudice in mental health. The Gallery celebrates the therapeutic power of art to create hope and happiness in people's lives.

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'Home' exhibition

1st September - 31st October 2010

'Home' exhibition at Mill House Cafe, Windsor

Being a Londoner, I think I take for granted the magnificent sites and sounds that make London my home.  I tend to forget the beautiful and intricate architecture that surrounds me because I feel it is hidden by all the hustle and bustle of everyday life.  Tower Bridge was selected for this exhibition and relates to the theme 'Home' because it is one of London’s most famous landmarks, which people come from all over the world to see but for me it’s on my doorstep!

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The Saatchi Gallery

18th May - 1st October 2009

The Saatchi Gallery, London

After winning round three of SHOWDOWN, Lost was exhibited at the prestigious Saatchi Gallery in a rotating exhibition on both the 2nd floor of the gallery, and in the new exhibition space for SHOWDOWN works, namely the Gallery Mess and Online Artists' Gallery, these are the dedicated gallery spaces which are used for the purpose of showing works from Saatchi Online.

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Grazing Zebra

12th May - 2nd September 2009

Sure Start Children's Centre, Buckinghamshire

Grazing Zebra was loaned to Buckinghamshire County Council for four months and displayed in one of their Sure Start Children’s Centres. By intentionally placing fine art in an unfamiliar environment I hope to have really inspired people.

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UEL 08 FINE ART DEGREE SHOW

30th May - 2nd June 2008

University of East London

UEL 08 FINE ART DEGREE SHOW

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