…I am selling limited edition prints of my painting of Sevenoaks, featuring some of architectural highlights of the town (see below). The edition is limited to 100 copies and half of these will be for sale by the Sevenoaks Society. £50 each, unframed. Please email me on email@example.com for further details.
Article in ‘Kent Life’, June 2020
Inspired by “Sevenoaks – A Remarkable Town”, I’ve produced this image to showcase some of the best buildings and places in the town.
With all the Coronavirus restrictions in place it looks like I’m going to be seeing a lot more of Sevenoaks over the next few weeks/months.
As part of South East Open Studios, my gallery will be open from 2-5 pm on 15 and 16 June. http://www.seos-art.org
The exhibition will focus on paintings produced for my book “Buildings of New York” and also feature some new images of Sevenoaks.
The top image is of The Vine: the first recorded game of cricket took place here in 1734.
A new exhibition opens tomorrow (Saturday 10 February 18) at the Grierson Gallery on Sevenoaks High Street. A third of the display will be devoted to a selection of my paintings of New York. All artwork is for sale, and copies of “Buildings of New York” will be available at a special exhibition discount.
This painting in acrylic, ink and collage of the Guggenheim Museum is one of twelve paintings being exhibited and available to purchase.
Here is the catalogue of original paintings from “Buildings of London” available for sale at the South East Open Studios exhibition in June 16.
In memory of James Middleton-Stewart, ADP Partner who very sadly passed away last year, I have done a painting (see attached) which tries to capture a fund-raising cycle trail that the practice has organised. A team of cyclists will be cycling from ADP studio-to-studio: beginning in James’ home town Sherborne, on to London, Oxford, Birmingham, Manchester and finishing seven days later in Newcastle. I am doing the London to Oxford leg on Bank Holiday Monday 26 May.
My painting will be auctioned, and all the fund-raising is towards the Marudyan Society. James was instrumental in establishing links with this organisation which provides education to needy children in Gurguan, India. Our aim is to raise £15,000 – enough to build a school for 150 children.
If you would like to support this worthy cause please go to:
For details of the painting auction please visit the ADP blog: