David Hockney – Tate Britain – 9 February – 29 May 2017
From the day I first saw the carefully crafted Polaroid portraits that David Hockney had created, I was inspired.
Georgia O’Keefe – Tate Modern
6th July – 30th October 2016
I had been eagerly anticipated Georgia O’Keefe exhibition and I was not disappointed. This was a vast collection of work spanned across the whole of the artist’s career.
Is the world utopia and are we dystopia?
This series of images is one of many studies I have done looking at the world from a utopia-dystopia viewpoint.
The Vanity of Small Differences – Grayson Perry
Exhibition at Victoria Art Gallery, Bath – 9 January – 10 April 2016
Ai Weiwei is a visionary, a philosopher and a spokesperson for human rights issues. His art creates awareness and poses questions which communicate clearly across many cultures.
Modern Artists in print – Bath Victoria Art Gallery
The first image I encountered at the Victoria Gallery’s new exhibition was not a lithograph or an etching (as I expected) but a photograph. To me this highlighted one of the parallels between being a fine art printer and a photographer that is the ability to reproduce limited edition print runs.