Lazarides 10 year anniversary show


‘STILL HERE’ Group show | A Decade of Lazarides | Lazarides Rathbone

12 Feb 2016 – 24 Mar 2016

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The Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art


 ’RareKind China’ graffiti and street art project between China and the UK, from 5 February – 3 April 2016.





Bonn, Germany


Group show opened up at the Bundeskuntshalle Museum,

‘BundeskunstHALL OF FAME’

20th Nov – 6th Dec

Rainforest Foundation UK, Charity Auction



“RFUKs ’12 Days of Christmas’ eBay auction will run from 12th – 23rd November and features celebrity-crafted Christmas cards, limited-edition artworks and luxury experiences – all proceeds going directly to projects which help to protect the future of the rainforests and the rights of indigenous and forest people.


The online auction features limited-edition pieces from renowned international artists such as Ben Allen, Saner and Patrick Hughes; hand-drawn and signed Christmas cards from comedians Stephen Fry, Michael Palin and Lenny Henry and much more. There are also fantastic experiences up for grabs, like a day at Sting and Trudie Styler’s countryside estate and a meal at Michelin-star chef, Marcus Wareing’s restaurant Tredwell’s.


For fashionistas, there will also be a range of unique, sold out or limited edition items, including a Paul’s Boutique handbag, an Alexandra Moura crystal dress, fashion items from our friends at ASOS and more.


For shoppers with a conscience, RFUK’s Christmas auction features gifts that really make a difference.  It’s a rare opportunity to purchase an item that will help to protect the home of rainforest communities and endangered wildlife.



The auction is open to everyone through an online pop-up shop on eBay, accessible via Auction lots will be released from 12th November, with sneak previews and new additions announced through social media.”

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Article magazine


Featured in the latest issue, out now…










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‘Salon’ exhibition, Birmingham


‘Salon’ group show presented by New Art West Midlands

SALON exhibition: 13 November – 23 December 2015

The SALON exhibition at The Waterhall Gallery, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Edmund Street offers over 100 works of contemporary art for sale by 80 artists from the West Midlands and beyond between 13 November to 23 December 2015.

Works include paintings, prints, photography, sculpture, book and film.

SALON is the second selling exhibition organised by New Art WM this year offering audiences a unique chance to see and buy contemporary art by a wide range of artists at a range of prices starting at £20.

The exhibition features work by the following artists:

Hurvin Anderson
Ian Andrews
Sharon Baker
Robert Barry
James Birkin
Tony Blood
Boyd & Evans
Christine Bradshaw
Victor Burgin
Vanley Burke
Tereza Buskova
Michael Carr
Mona Casey
Graham Chorlton
Chris Clinton
Robert Davies
André de Jong
John Devane
Anna Katarzyna Domejko
Jacqui Dodds
Doyle & Mallinson
Stewart Easton
Anna Falcini
Sharon Farrelly
Hamish Fulton
Adam Gale
Teodor Georgiev
Jon Gill
Andrea Hannon
Yvonne Hindle
Eloise Holland
Des Hughes
Lucy Hutchinson
The Jackson Twins
Ieva Jarusauskaite
Oliver C. Jones
Juneau Projects
Sevven Kucuk
Kumyoung Kwon
Vered Lahav
Sally Larke
Stuart Layton
Victoria Linehan
Anna Lorenz
Ailsa McWilliam
Helen Makin
Lucy McLauchlan
Dean Melbourne
Robert Meridith
Jock Mooney
Paula Murareseu
Paul Newman
Robert Orchardson
Bharti Parmar
Sally Payen
Sikander Pervez
Kerry Phillips
Yasmin Rennie
Karoline Rerrie
Ian Richards
George Shaw
Jennifer Shufflebotham
Andrew Spackman
Anna Smith
Tim Southall
Emily Sparkes
Lexi Strauss
Michelle Taylor
Sarah Taylor Silverwood
Wendy Ann Titmus
Jonnie Turpie
Barbara Walker
Lois Wallace
Gillian Wearing
Stuart Whipps
Bedwyr Williams
Grace A. Williams
Charlotte Windsor
Barbara Witkowska
Clare Woods
Colin Yates



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‘Catastrofe’ group show Grottaglie, Italy



‘CASTASTROFE’ group show now open…

“In these uncertain times, we’re gathering together the best friends from the past few years and some newcomers for a group show that aims to be a truthful portrait of the moment between what it used to be and what it’s going to be, after this imminent catastrophe”






‘Xylella Fastidiosa I, II and III’ acrylic on canvas, 109cm diamter. 2015


I’ve been visiting Grottaglie for many years now, enjoying the olives harvested from the surrounding area.

This year however I’ve come to learn of the bacteria Xylella Fastidious that is spreading rapidly throughout Puglia destroying the olive trees,

some of which are hundreds of years old. It is a very sad time.


Preparing the canvases in the olive grove…





Full Interview Juxtapoz


Thank you to Juxtapoz magazine for the solid interview in the August issue.

If you missed it here it is below, click on the image to enlarge to read

(or see the full interview here).

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Galarie Forty/Forty


A group show has just opened in the abandoned military Fort Bema Warsaw.

The painted forts are open throughout the year and worth checking out if you’re in town.

A great line up and wonderful hosts – experienced so much good local food.

Keep you eyes on the gallery’s blog and Facebook for more photos of all the work…



Thank you to Marcin, NeSpoon, Tomek and all the gang at Galarie Forty/Forty.

Fluorescent Smogg


‘Memories Forged’  Acrylic, ink, copper leaf on canvas. 101cm (Framed) 2015



Had a great time painting and exhibiting at the Fluorescent Smogg Project Space in Barcelona.

The installation was based around the very special edition made by Fluorscent Smogg, alongside my copper leafed Linocuts and booklets – thank you Denise for binding them all!

Thanks too for all the great press from JuxtapozWideWallsVNA


(Photos by Filipp Shamshin)


Fluorescent Smogg is pleased to present a new limited edition and site-specific installation by British artist Lucy McLauchlan. ‘Where Were You Before Now’ looks at the relationship between apparent fragile states and the strength they embody beneath the surface. This duality is apparent throughout her practice when the murals fade or are painted away, the image has gone but the strength of the memory remains. 

Taking her natural environment as inspiration, McLauchlan continues themes first explored in her 2014 London solo exhibtion ‘Marking Shadows’. Tracing the contours and surface of the landscape, the artist allows environmental factors to both inspire and influence the way in which she works. McLauchlan’s practice often entertains long-lasting permanent materials, allowing for a certain immediacy and pace within her distinctive mark making. For this show the installation inside the gallery will see the walls painted using a combination of fragile, delicate materials that wouldn’t necessarily last the test of time outdoors. 

In addition to this installation Fluorescent Smogg is thrilled to release a new series of exclusive limited editions. These were largely inspired by an ancient Japanese architectural process of burning wood to strengthen it. The simple act of burning would appear to weaken the wood but in fact it does the opposite, providing strength and protection. Each of the finely crafted editioned pieces embody this duality of fragility and strength which is considered through the materials and processes employed. 

The limited edition of 20 is comprised of a sculpture, booklet and Linocut. The sculpture has been carved from a solid chunk of sustainably harvested Honduran Cedarwood, housing a piece of screen printed copper inlaid into the charred surface. The booklet captures abstracted and literal references of the process and collected markings that informs the sculpture and therefore the site specific installation. The Linocut also reflects the way these initial hand painted brush marks have been transferred into the carved wood. Each edition is hand finished and printed by the artist. 






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