Current and upcoming exhibitions
The Lady Park Wood Exhibition (part 2), at Monmouth Museum. Works painted specifically for LadyPark Wood (Forest of Dean). We had a fascinating time under the guidance of George Peterken, who has observed and studied this wood for decades. These are more works and sketches produced for this exhibition.
Upcoming Group shows with The Arborealists
Bermondsey Project Space, London. Autumn 2019.
The Young Gallery, Salisbury. August 2019.
Norfolk Show, Norwich. 26th – 27th July.
Fairhust Gallery, “If we opened people up we’d find landscapes” – A group exhibition of contemporary female landscape artists, Norwich. 4th June – 27th July.
Exhibited at Bermondsey Project Space in London with the Arborealists, December 2017.
Pop up gallery, the Stables at Houghton Hall, exhibited trees with Norfolk-by-design summer 2017.
Recently showed work at the Castle Museum, Norwich, ‘Inheritance’ exhibition.
Alex’s recent tree drawings and prints were showing at the Leaping Hare, Wyken Vineyards, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. From April 1st until the beginning of May.
Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, 6th – 21st April, 10am – 5pm. Mall Galleries, The Mall, London, SW1.
Summer Salon A group exhibition. 5th – 28th July, Tuesday – Saturday 9:30 – 17:30. Fairhurst Galley, Bedford Street, Norwich.
Also taking part in a project of Trees and Woodlands on Exmoor and Dartmoor, with the relevant National Park Authorities. Dates and exhibitions space to be announced. 2018-2019.
Previous Group shows with The Arborealists
The Lady Park Wood Exhibition (part 1), at Monmouth Museum. 5th May – 9th September. This show will also be premiering a film about the project and will be in partnership with the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’s Wye Valley River Festival, 5th – 20th May.
John Davies Gallery, June – July 2018. The Old Dairy Plant Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire.
Black Swan Arts, July – August 2018. Frome, Somerset. Blackswan
Flatford Mill, September – October 2018. East Bergholt, Suffolk. Flatford
The St Ives Society of Artists Mariners Gallery. Running for 7 weeks October – November 2018.