Thursday, 15 February 2007


David Murray Landscape Scholarship

First one woman exhibition.
Thereafter exhibited widely in group shows,
and at the ‘Upstairs Gallery’ at the Royal Academy
and the R.A. Summer Exhibition every year 1975-89

1978 ROYAL ACADEMY GRAPHICS commissioned and published 2 lithographs
1982 ROYAL ACADEMY purchased a painting (Harrison Weir Fund)

1987 Trip to GUATEMALA – resulting work in Brighton Festival

1990 GLYNDEBOURNE – work and exhibition

1989-91 “RITUALS + RELICS” - Earthworks on the South Downs
-major ESCC/S.E.ARTS commission and touring exhibition
GARDNER CENTRE for ARTS, Sussex University, touring -
Essex - University Art Centre
Oxford - Pitt Rivers Museum
Birmingham - Institute of Field Archaeologists Conference
Brighton and Eastbourne libraries - part of ‘Sense of Place’
Cambridge - Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
York - Archaeological Resource Centre
Hastings - Museum and Art Gallery

NATIONAL THEATRE commissioned art work for poster, program, publicity etc for a production of LORCA’s Blood wedding

1995 Began making Artists Books and showing regularly at LONDON ARTISTS BOOK FAIR and OXFORD FINE PRESS BOOK FAIR -Member of Fine Press Book Association
From now on -Books sold to many British, American, European (and Australian) Collections, including the British Library, private collectors and University Libraries.

Gawain - exhibition with Julian Bell -
1997 Artists’s Book-GAWAIN - winner of the 1997 Society of Bookbinders competition for the Complete Book

1998 Bath Literature Festival - 6 CHAPEL ROW GALLERY

Fiveways BRIGHTON FESTIVAL Exhibition

YEHUDI MENUHIN SCHOOL- solo exhibition

NATIONAL ART LIBRARY V&A purchased ‘Gawain’

1999 ‘Print Power’ four printmakers at Lewes BARBICAN MUSEUM

STAR GALLERY- Lewes– 20 Artists, 20 Centuries for the Millennium

CHICHESTER OPEN– ( prints commended )

Dec 1999 - Feb 2000 ROYAL OPERA HOUSE Covent Garden foyer –
Exhibition of Gawain prints from large Gawain Book
Mini- Gawain book on display in Opera House Shop

2000 YEAR OF THE ARTIST – 1000 Artists in 1000 Places – Artist in Residence in Lewes making the ‘APOCALYPTIC BOOK OF LEWES’
June – November 2000

2001 April – DEAN CLOUGH Halifax – Artists Book Fair

May –SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN TEMPERA Inaugural Exhibition –
Leighton House, Kensington

September – NEW GRAFTON GALLERY – Six Tempera Painters

November – The DISCERNING EYE – Ken Howard’s choice

CHICHESTER OPEN – First Prize ( for painting)

The STRANG PRINT ROOM – UCL London – mixed show
Printmaking at the Slade 1960-94

2003 STAR GALLERY Lewes – one woman show (prints)March 3-31

BRIGHTON MUSEUM and ART GALLERY Cafe– exhibition of woodcut prints

Brighton Festival Open Houses – May

2004 curated Peggy Angus exhibition, Charlston Farmhouse

2005 Sussex Open

November-December;-‘ Peggy Angus Influence and Inspiration’
Exhibition of work of 5 people influenced by P Angus, including mini-retrospective of my bookmaking and lecture

2006 March/April – Artist in Residence at Clo Ceardlann na Cnog, Donegal, Ireland.

SIX CONTEMPORARY BOOKMAKERS, West Dean, Chichester, with Ana Maria Pacheco, Ron King etc
April – July

Alan Hancox lecture at Cheltenham Literature Festival

I have exhibited and delivered papers at Theoretical Archaeology Group conferences-
1991 Birmingham University
1992 1992 ‘Visions of Archaeology’ - Nuffield Theatre Gallery, University of Southampton
1997 TAG conference University of Bournemouth

and also contributed to the book ‘The Cultural Life of Images – Visual Representation in Archaeology’ ed. Molyneux pub. Routledge 1997

My book on the life and work of the designer Peggy Angus was published autumn 2004 by Incline Press.


1987 Varndean High School, Brighton
1989 Ovingdean School for deaf children
1992 Haywards Heath Sixth Form College,
Oathall Community College and
St. Paul’sR.C.School, Haywards Heath.
1993 Petworth, Duncton, Graffham and Northchapel county primary
and Herbert Shiner School (10-13)
Exhibition and summer school teaching at North London Collegiate, Edgware
1994 Bennett Memorial Diocesan School (commission for school chapel)
1995 Hampden Park School, Eastbourne.

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