Art Meets Ecology

Recently published is the Art Meets Ecology book. A collaboration between the Arborealists in Lady Park Wood and George Peterkin, The Eminent Ecologist.

There are paintings and drawings that were created from studying and exploring Lady Park Wood, done by members of The Arborealists including myself and text by George Peterkin, Tim Craven and Christiana Payne

Artist Support Pledge

I am involved in a generous and kindhearted scheme started on instagram by artist Matthew Burrows who’s wonderful idea allows artists who like many others have lost access to any income; with this scheme many are able to sell smaller affordable pieces of work and inso doing pledge to buy another artist work when they reach £1000

Not only is it a lifeline for many but for those who can we are donating a percentage of the money earned from this scheme to one of the key charities supporting the Coronavirus crisis.

We are all so aware of the heroes, our NHS and all the key workers – everyone wants to help. 

@artistsupportpledge is the Instagram handle if you would like to take a look.

GoGo Hares! 2018


Alex is one of the participating artists for GoGo Hare 2018! 50 Hares will be scattered around Norwich City, to celebrate Break Charities 50th birthday. Which is the charity they raise money.

” GoGoHares goes live on the streets and across Norfolk from 24th June – 8th September 2018 with the GoGoCreate trail from 2nd July – 2nd September. Hare today gone tomorrow is 7 – 10th October with the auction on 11th October at the Norwich Forum. #GGH18 “

Just a few things coming up .. Participating with Group Eight at Birdie Fortescue, the Warehouse, North st., Burnham Market, PE31 8HG From the 14th-28th February.

Exhibiting with Group Eight at the old Cinema in Aldeburgh as part of the literary festival from 4th to 8th march.

Currently working on Tree Portraits an exhibition in May at the Fairhurst Gallery
Websdales court, Bedford st., Norwich NR2 1AR

GoGoDragons 2015

GoGoDragons! 2015 is an interactive arts sculpture trail bringing 70 Large painted sculptures and up to 100 mini schools dragons to the streets of Norwich. All in aid of Break charity.

Alex was honoured to be asked to paint one of the first dragons, which was unveiled at the Norfolk show – Nicknamed Birdie as it depicted Norfolk birds. Check out their Facebook page for updates and news.

Here is a time lapse video of The Creation of Birdie