Limited edition photographic prints inspired by classical floral paintings and historical botanical illustration. Gold medal winner at the RHS Botanical Art Show.

My next exhibition is the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival where, this year, I will have a large individual stand at the show, HC944,  with a display of framed, unframed and mounted prints plus my new range of greetings cards. 2-7 July, 10am-6.30pm. Hope you can join me at one of the highlights of the year and my favourite RHS show.

My art is high resolution, hyperreal botanical photography, creating studies and compositions from the plants and flowers I grow in my garden and allotment in South London. Framed, mounted and unframed prints plus a new range of cards are available here and at art fairs. My work is also sold by a number of galleries and agents in the UK and abroad. Here’s a recent video about my work from ArtAcumen and here is a current article on my practice.

I’m a tutor, teaching botanical and garden photography at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and West Dean College, Sussex . My next upcoming course is a ‘Summer Garden Photography’ course on 30 August -1 September. I’m currently planning a new ‘Plants and Nature in Aragon’ photography course in Spain in early October at a beautiful wilderness retreat called Mas de la Serra. More details soon.

Recently my work has been on show at exhibitions, with The Art Buyer and Gas Gallery , and at the Super Nature art and photography fair at The Garden Museum in London. My work is shown at art fairs worldwide, recently in Stockholm, Manchester, London and New York City. My last competition was the RHS Botanical Art and Photography Show at the Saatchi Gallery in London where I had a series of six photographs of Spring Bulbs in the portfolio section of the competition winning a Silver Medal. More info here. I’ve also recently had an exhibition and talk about my work at The Chelsea Physic Garden, London.

An exhibition called Feast of Edition at the Gallery Lee & Bae in Busan, Korea included nine of my Chromogenic prints and five Giclée prints, on show alongside Lithographic prints by Korean artist Kim Chong Hak. The intention of the show was to celebrate edition printing and each year the gallery choose a Korean artist and a western artist. Previously, the gallery showed works by Chun Kyung-Ja and Andy Warhol.

Here is an article on my artwork by Alyson Walsh for That’s Not My Age.

Link to a podcast from Newlands Plants:

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