|Activities||Private commissions, Creative writing, Studio practice|
|Artforms / type of project||Drawing, Mixed Media, Painting, Unclassified|
|Tags||found objects, painting, drawing, figurative, philosophical, reappropriation, cutting, Norwich Twenty Group, Norwich University of the Arts, Découper|
News & Events
Saatchi Screen, Saatchi Gallery
'Symphony in D (Major)' [installation images] has been selected to appear on the screen of the 2nd floor of the Saatchi Gallery, King's Road, London.
Norwich Twenty Group at Mandell's Gallery
15/12/2014 – 10/01/2015
'Old man, resting' and 'Leda' have both been selected for the Norwich Twenty Group exhibition at Mandell's Gallery, Elm Hill, Norwich.
Norwich Twenty at Anteros
21/11/2014 – 02/01/2015
Anteros Arts Foundation
Selected Norwich Twenty Group artists will be exhibiting at Anteros Arts Foundation. 'Priam' by Andy Reeve is featured in the exhibition
A Letter in Mind
03/10/2014 – 06/10/2014
The Gallery, Oxo Tower Wharf
The National Brain Appeal celebrates its 30th anniversary with this exhibition comprising of artist responses to the Letter in Mind title. Artists include Grayson Perry, and Billy Childish.
Open Art Exhibition
03/10/2014 – 23/10/2014
The Pennoyer Centre
A mixed media open art exhibition held in a former chapel. To date, the show is not listed on their website.
Carved, Cast and Constructed
19/08/2014 – 31/08/2014
Wymondham Arts Centre
A mixed sculpture exhibition curated by Ros Newman (Norwich Twenty Group).
Moore in Focus: A Friendship in Letters
27/05/2014 – 20/07/2014
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
A number of artists will collaborate and interact with the Moore in Focus: A Friendship in Letters exhibition at the Sainsbury Cenre for Visual Arts by MA Museum Studies students of the UEA.
What Is The Point?
06/06/2014 – 28/06/2014
Adam Street, Private Members Club, The Strand, London, WC2N 6AA
An exhibition featuring 15 selected artists from the UK and worldwide. Each artist is creating a one-off artwork responding to the exhibition title 'What Is The Point?