SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

1978-1990 Work in ‘Mid Art’, the Annual Open Exhibition of work by West Midlands’ Artists –
Dudley Art Gallery

1979 Work in the ‘Cleveland International Drawing Biennale’ – Middlesborough Art Gallery and its
1980 United Kingdom Tour

1980 Work in ‘Midland View’ – Stoke on Trent Art Gallery and its Midland Tour

1984 Midlands Art Centre, Birmingham – one person exhibition

1987 Work in Midland View IV ‘On the Town’ – An Exhibition of Sculpture and Three
Dimensional Art based in the Herbert Art Gallery and the City of Coventry

1988-89 Work commissioned for ‘The Experience of Touch’, an exhibition specifically to touch
for visually handicapped people – Walsall Museum and Art Gallery

1989 The St Martin’s College (Lancaster) Silver Jubilee Exhibition – two person exhibition
with Derek Horton

1989 Concourse Gallery, Department of Art, Birmingham Polytechnic – one person exhibition

1989-90 Work in the Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, Touring Exhibition – ‘Of Paper, String and Sealing
Wax’

1990 Hereford Art Gallery with the Birmingham Artists’ Group

1991 ‘The Line of the Dry Wreck’ – The Lawrence Batley Centre for the National Arts Education
Archive, Bretton Hall – one person exhibition

1991 Work in ‘Redefining Print’ an Exhibition of Prints by Birmingham Print Workshop. Cotton
Gallery, Midlands Art Centre, Birmingham

1992 Work in the Ikon Gallery ‘Art from Birmingham’ at the Arcadian Shopping Centre

1992 Work in ‘Out of the Bag’. The Birmingham Artists’ Group at the Brewhouse Gallery, Burton
upon Trent

1993 City of Worcester Museum and Art Gallery – one person exhibition

1993 Keele University with the Birmingham Artists’ Group

1994 ‘Two Perfect Strangers’ The Bond Gallery, Birmingham – two person exhibition with
Graham Chorlton

1995 The Bewdley Festival – one person exhibition

1995 ‘Box and Cox’ The Manor House Museum and Art Gallery, Ilkley – two person exhibition with
Robert Lee

1996 Rolle Faculty of Education, University of Plymouth – one person exhibition

1997 ‘Trio in 2D and 3D’ with Norman Eastwood and Robert Lee. The Gallery – Lawrence Batley
Centre – University College, Bretton Hall

2001 ‘Greenhills and Beyond’ St Martin’s University College, Lancaster – one person exhibition

2002 ‘Quatro Vision – An Experiment in Creativity’ with Graham Chorlton, Jess Hand and Peter
Woolley. University College, Worcester

2002-08 Work in invitation exhibitions organized by Services to the Arts in Leeds – Leeds Art Fair

2002 Work in an invitation exhibition – ‘Constructed Surfaces at the Royal Birmingham Society of
Artists Gallery, Birmingham

2002 ‘Beyond Greenhills’ Warwick University Library Gallery – one person exhibition

2003 ‘Eclectic Speculation in a Search for Style’ Winterbourne House – University of Birmingham
School of Continuing Studies – one person Exhibition

2003 ‘Quaternity – An Experiment in Creativity by The Gang of Four’ – Graham Chorlton,
Andrew Coates, Jess Hand and Peter Woolley. The Gallery at Madeley Court School, Telford

2003 ‘Assemblages and Assembled Collages’ Selly Oak Visual Art Centre – University of
Birmingham School of Education – one person exhibition

2004 ‘Composed Worlds’ Hield Gallery, Bishop Monkton, North Yorkshire – two person exhibition
with Ann Seabourne

2007 ‘Children Also Have Artistic Ability, and There is Wisdom in Their Having it’ (Paul Klee, 1912).
An exhibition of work influenced by the drawings of young children – this exhibition
contained works by four to seven year old children. The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists
Gallery, Birmingham – one person exhibition

2008 ‘A Response to Primitivism – Particularly in Relation to the Drawings of Young Children’ The
Alexandra Gallery, the University of Cumbria, Lancaster – one person exhibition

2003- present Work in various Members and Open Exhibitions at the Royal Birmingham Society of
Artists Gallery, Birmingham

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