Mall Galleries / The Federation of British Artists
'Figurative Art Now' - 07 July - 20 September 2021

In celebration of the 60th anniversary, The Federation of British Artists / Mall galleries have put together an online exhibition of selected UK based artist in which I'm part of with my painting 'Beneath the Surface'


The Federation of British Artists at Mall Galleries is the national focal point for contemporary figurative art.

We believe in figurative art's power to tease the mind, provoke the eye, demand attention, offer new perspectives, intrigue, and trigger the imagination.

The Federation comprises several leading national art societies; each society is regarded as a flagship for the art forms they champion, and all host their annual exhibitions at Mall Galleries.

To celebrate its 60th anniversary, the Federation of British Artists is launching a new online figurative art prize and exhibition – Figurative Art Now.

View the whole exhibition online on: https://www.mallgalleries.org.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/figurative-art-now

Royal Scottish Academy - Annual Exhibition 2021
03 April - 30 May 2021

I got accepted for this year RSA Annual exhibition, and.. moreover, my work 'Under Construction' has been highlighted by Selection Commitee member Jo Ganter RSA as one of the 'Ten Works: The Convenors' Highlights'

At the Exhibition Opening Ceremony Jo Ganter RSA commented: '..the choice of such an un-aesthetic subject as three bags of waste slumped against a wall intrigued me and brought to mind Christo's wrapped objects. The painting of these shiny pale blue sacks, each half full of rubble - I imagine - is skillful: every crease and shadow exquisitely rendered. I'm always moved by the attention and respect that craft-skill can give to ordinary objects. It's a reason for painting in an age flooded with images that are made fast and posted.'


The Annual Exhibition is the core of the RSA’s exhibition programme, and represents the Academy’s commitment to promoting excellence in visual art in Scotland. In light of the current extraordinary circumstances, the RSA team has been working hard to ensure that the exhibition goes ahead in an entirely digital format. The RSA Annual Exhibition is the most extensive exhibition of contemporary art and architecture in Scotland. Having been a mainstay of the academy's calendar since its inception 195 years ago, the Annual Exhibition has evolved over the years, providing a platform for Scottish art alongside international artists, often including topical or political elements, to give an uncensored, independent voice to artists.

Exhibition Venue:

Online >
242 West Granton Road
Edinburgh, EH5 1JA

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    Royal Cambrian Academy - Annual Open Exhibition
    17 April - 5 June, 2021

    I am delighted to be shortlisted for the RCA 'Annual Open Exhibition 2021' in Wales.

    The Royal Cambrian Academy is a unique institution in Wales, an independent charity supporting Welsh art and artists, where art is encouraged, made, exhibited and debated.

    Constituted in 1882, the RCA is a centre for artistic excellence in Wales. We have over 100 artist members whose work is exhibited and sold at the Gallery, we promote up and coming artists of quality, mount historical exhibitions and offer a lively venue for education, groups and classes.

    Exhibition Venue:

    Crown Lane, Conwy, UK, LL32 8AN
    Tel: 01492 593 413
    Email: rca@rcaconwy.org

    ING Discerning Eye Exhibition
    19 November - 31 December, 2020

    Happy to have two works selected for the Discerning Eye Exhibition !!

    The Discerning Eye annual exhibition is a show of small works independently selected by six prominent figures from different areas of the art world: two artists, two collectors and two critics.

    For the first time last year the ING Discerning Eye exhibition was held online. A virtual gallery of the works was published where viewers could browse and buy the works on show.

    The Discerning Eye is committed to helping artists increase their visibility among peers and collectors and giving them a platform to grow. That was true more than ever in 2020 and the online submission process made it even easier for artists to take part. As a result there were a bumper number of entries with over 600 artists and nearly 1000 works. There were a range of prizes totaling over £12,000 in value, including the ING Purchase Prize worth £5,000.

    Exhibition Venue: Online> www.discerningeye.org

    Lynn Painter-Stainers Exhibition
    05 - 17 March, 2019

    It's a huge privilege being part of this year prestigious Lynn Painter-Stainers Exhibition.

    The Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize was created in 2005 by the Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers and the Lynn Foundation to encourage the very best creative representational painting and to promote the skill of draughtsmanship.

    Exhibition Venue:
    The Mall, St. James's, London SW1

    Royal Academy of Arts - Summer Exhibition
    12 June - 19 August, 2018

    Pleased to announce that my painting 'Bin Bag' has been selected and will be exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts for the 250th Summer Exhibition"


    Grayson Perry inside the Summer Exhibition
    Take a look inside the 250th Summer Exhibition in this video with coordinator Grayson Perry RA, as he shows us some of his highlights of this year’s show.

    Exhibition Venue:

    Burlington House, Piccadilly,
    London, W1J 0BD

    Artworks Open
    24 November - 09 December, 2018

    For the 10th year, Barbican Arts Group Trust will put together an exhibition of artworks by all artists shortlisted at the 'Artworks Open 2018' prize.

    Online catalogue at issue.com

    PV and Prize Awards:
    Friday 23th November, 6:30pm - 9pm

    Exhibition Venue:

    Blackhorse Lane Studios
    114a Blackhorse Lane
    London E17 6AA

    'Laundry II' / Acrylic on board painting / 61 x 45.5 cm
    Final touch, resin application video ⇓

    06 October - 10 October, 2018

    Opening Reception: 05th Oct / 6pm - 9pm.

    The Art Number 23 Gallery will host an exhibition at the Old Biscuit Factory, presenting a variety of artworks that relate to the art of portraiture.

    Exhibition Venue:

    The Old Biscuit Factory
    100 Clements road, Block F
    SE16 4DG London

    Short video about my art practice (2017)

    Directed by Matt Mead 

    From: https://mattmead.co.uk
    "...I bring creative story-telling, moving image and sound to a range of contexts: from cinema screen to social media, single to multiscreen/site-specific content, using specifically shot footage, archive, motion graphics and other digital media. I work variously as a creative lead on a project, in collaboration with other artists, and/or as part of a team or production crew."

    Solo show in the heart of Mayfair’s art district
    21 June - 01 July, 2017

    Co-Curated by Inês Valle, founder of The Cera Project, and Mara Alves, Curator at D Contemporary.

    HOME Exhibition
    28 October - 4 November, 2017

    Presented by Random Artists Collective

    Nestled amongst the industrial hinterlands of Manor House, in a creative zone yet to be hit by the surge of development and gentrification sweeping across the metropolis, you can find a free entry, wild and untamed festival of art in all its various guises.

    Random Artists have a history of staging such events since 2001 and for their main show this year they are exploring the subjective notion of home in a diverse and immersive show – featuring fine art, installations, performance, film, music and workshops.

    Random Artists traditionally operate an organic and independent event called Temporary Autonomous Art, which uses the tactics of DIY culture to create artist-led free spaces that are open for anyone to exhibit and perform within. Taking a step towards the curated and planned Home event will not depart from the same free spirit, and artist involvement will be employed to make a unique and thought provoking environment for all those who enter.

    Exhibition Venue:

    199 Eade Rd,
    Harringay Warehouse District
    London N4 1DN

    Art for the Underground

    London Underground, Liverpool Street Station, Central line, East Bound
    05th - 18th of December 2016