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I'm delighted to have 'Self-Reflection' selected for this great exhibition.The annual Open Exhibition at the Ferens Art Gallery has celebrated the creativity of local amateur and professional artists since 1967. Turner Prize nominee - Hurvin Anderson, Chair of UK City of Culture - Rosie Millard and Deputy Head of The Courtauld Gallery and Daniel Katz Curator of 20th Century Art - Barnaby Wright joined the selection panel for Hull’s 2018 Open Exhibition at Ferens Art Gallery.

This high profile line-up has been chosen from across the multiple arts sector disciplines, boasting a wealth of experience and expertise within the arts. The panel came together to consider entries to the exhibition and choose the works that will be displayed in the 2018 Open Exhibition. Chosen artworks will be on display from Saturday 17 February until Sunday 22 April 2018. This popular exhibition will be the first of the year’s new programming following the Turner Prize. 


York Open Studios is York’s largest non-profit arts festival. We pride ourselves on our selection and feedback process and our collaborative approach with artists. Our work supports students, newly emerging and established artists and encourages a wider interest in the arts in York. York Open Studios was founded in 2001 by Anne Hutchison and Gail Fox with 19 other exhibitors and since then we have introduced over 300 York artists to our visitors, including 36 higher education students and 13 multi-media artists. To date we have exhibited over 950 artists. In 2018 York Open Studios will be taking place on the weekends of the 13th, 14th and the 21st, 22nd April.


I will be exhibited alongside Hatti McKenzie from her studio at

5a Shipton Street, Burton Stone Lane, York YO30 7AU


This will be the first time all of the York Hero Portraits will be exhibited together. Do pop in to say hi, I'd love to see you there.






For further information about any of the art shown, please contact the artist direct at

or telephone 07935007765

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