My studio is situated at Wimbledon Art Studios located on an industrial estate off Garratt Lane between Earlsfield and Tooting Stations. The art studios are one of the largest, single site studio complexes in the UK, comprising of two separate buildings known as the Red Studios and Blue Studios. The studios have helped to regenerate an otherwise neglected part of the London borough of Wandsworth.

The Red Studios were established in 1993 within a working paper warehouse and initially opened with 6 artists renting studio space alongside the paper business. Today, the warehouse spans three floors providing 173 individual studio spaces and a purpose built artist’s Common Room and Kitchen.

Large sky light windows run the entire length of the 2nd floor roof, providing a constant source of reliable natural light throughout the day while thirteen of the 1st and ground floor studio spaces have an entire wall of natural light. This has been achieved by replacing the previous brick façade with a high-tech polycarbonate, allowing maximum light as well as privacy.

The Blue Studios were purposely built in 2007 specifically as art studios. It spans four floors, providing 54 studio spaces and shared kitchenette facilities. With each studio having it's own natural light, these offer the very best in creative studio space.

Wimbledon Art Studios have an alternative philosophy to help artists to become independent and offer an Artist Career Development Programme of lectures and seminars on topics ranging from writing artists statements to developing sales skills.

Artists at the studios produce work across almost every discipline including painting, ceramics, weaving, photography, furniture making, textile design and sculpture with a high percentage of artists work professionally, full-time.


Arcade, acrylic on canvas, 66cm x 70cm


Blackberry, oil on canvas, 30cm x 30cm


Felix, acrylic on canvas, 183cm x 122cm


Frisson, oil on canvas, 26cm x 36cm


Frost, oil on canvas, 60cm x 50cm


In the Pink, acrylic on canvas, 40cm x 40cm

In the Pink

View of the South Bay
View of the South Bay, oil on canvas, 50cm x 75cm

View of the South Bay

Whiskey Nights
Whiskey Nights, oil on hessian, 76cm x 183cm

Whiskey Nights


My painting continues in the tradition of Abstract Expressionism, utilizing primary and secondary colours and the arrangement of abstract forms to create a visible tension. Using decorating brushes and palette knives, I apply either oil or acrylic to build up layers of paint, creating different planes across the field of the canvas.

I like to pull apart the components of visual form and reduce them to bare gestures: lines, arcs, circles and polygons become my abstract building blocks and I experiment with glazes and beeswax to introduce an element of texture. The seemingly deep layers of coloured shapes produce a push-pull tension and linear patterning contrasts with cell-like containers. The surface of the canvas becomes a transcript of my movements and feelings and the painting captures the creative moment in all its energy.


11 - 14 May 2017

The Open Studios Art Show

Wimbledon Art Studios
10 Riverside Yard
Riverside Road
London SW 170BB

Day Time Details
Thursday 2pm to 10pm Preview at 6.30pm with complimentary drinks
Friday 2pm to 10pm
Saturday 11am to 6.30pm Workshops and Activities
Sunday 11am to 6.30pm Workshops and Activities

Free entry, disabled access and families welcome.
Please contact me for further information.

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