Upcoming group show: 'The Visible Light and Colour'

My two works, ‘My memory of a colourful life (2018)’ and ‘Colour Circles and Grid, I’ (2017) will be in ‘The Visible Light and Colour’ group exhibition.

Light and colour have inspired and intrigued artists, scientist, writers and philosophers, for centuries. Colours have become symbolic of our emotions and thoughts, generating a feeling of endlessness allowing the viewer to take in the artwork responsive qualities. The experience of monochromatic light offers another experience, an opportunity of visualizing another perspective, of viewing the world a third dimension. This exhibition helps us to see the relativity of our colour and light perception.” (Menier Gallery website)

Private view: 18:30-20:30, Tuesday 21st August 2018.

Opening date: 21st August – 1st September 2018,

Opening hours: 11am -6pm, The last day close at 4:00pm Closed Sunday and bank holiday

Location: Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1RU

Private view: 18:30-20:30 Tuesday 21, 08,2018

Curated by Cylindergallery

Degree Show 2018

My challenge is to combine optical and psychological perception to represent the concept of my visual identity utilizing light and shadow within a colour system.

Test for the Group Show

I am taking part in the ‘INTERIM-ING 3rd year Camberwell BA Painting & BA Photography group show’ at Copeland Gallery, London on the 30th Jan 2018.

This is a test for my new work, Colour Voyages.

Colour Circles - Layout 4

Colour Circles - Layout 2

Unit // Camberwell College of Arts Second Year Show 2017


14 – 15 JANUARY 2017 // THE GALLERY //

My interests are colour relationships and their interaction with light and shade. My main concept is “Viewer participation in paintings”. What you perceive as colour always involves lighting. Viewers will see colours changing depend on their eye position, the lighting conditions and their distance and position from the painting. I want to make viewers move and approach the painting to discover more details or to experience how changing their position changes their perception of the painting.

Colour Circles Grid I