Mike has exhibited work in the recent SGFA PaperWorks 2019 Exhibition in London.
An Artist’s Journey was held from 2nd – 26th May, 2018 at the Barbican Library, Barbican Centre, London.
This was Mike’s 3rd solo exhibition; his second at the Barbican. All the paintings were new work. We were pleased that the Maritime Archaeology Trust exhibited artefacts, alongside some of the work Mike had completed for them in his role as Artist-in-Residence.
In June 2017, Mike exhibited 4 paintings at sgfa@bankside. This exhibition ran from 6 – 18 June at Bankside Gallery, Thames Riverside, 48 Hopton Street, London SE1 9JH. http://www.sgfa.org.uk/
Mike exhibited one painting at SGFA Draw 16 – 95th Annual Open Exhibition which ran from 3rd – 15th October 2016 at the Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU.
Society of Graphic Fine Art Paper Works Exhibition 16 – RK Burt Gallery London ran from 4th – 15th October, 2016.
SGFA Draw 15 – 94th Annual Open Exhibition ran from 5 – 17 October 2015 at the Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU. http://www.sgfa.org.uk/draw-15-press-release/
July 2015 – Revisiting Old Friends – Southwark Cathedral Refectory
This successful exhibition ran from 4th – 31st July 2015 and included new pictures of London, around Southwark and beyond.
April 2015 – Society of Graphic Fine Art Paper Works – RK Burt Gallery London
Mike will be exhibiting 4 pictures in this exhibition – 2 framed and 2 folio. If you would like further information about this exhibition – http://www.sgfa.org.uk/news/
July 2014 – Rambling About London – Barbican Library
Mike’s first solo exhibition which was held in the Barbican Library, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS and ran from 4th – 30th June 2014 was a great success. Our thanks to everyone who supported us by visiting the exhibition.
It was an amazing month for both Mike and Kate. The Private View was a great success with over 50 people attending, and we were delighted to catch up with so many old friends and to meet new people who enjoyed both the pictures and the book.
Judy Lilley says:
I can recommend a visit to view Mike’s artwork. His style is interesting in the way he extracts a scene that provides interesting architectural contrasts. Also, highlighting specific detail that can so easily be missed by the passer-by. Many of the pictures are captured in the book Rambling About London and this would make a great present for all London aficionados.
July 2013 – Lymington Art Group