Living Water | Husk Community Exhibition | 23 November – 23 December 2017




‘Living Water – What does it mean to you? How can it be Living? Why do we need it? Where do we get it?’

The Spirit Hovers Over the Waters – Limited edition giclee print 2017

“The spirit hovers over the waters at the dawn of creation when the earth is empty and formless;

the spirit hovers over the flood waters announcing the end of the ordeal and the return to peace;

the spirit hovers over Christ entering the Jordan;

through the activity of the spirit the waters cease to be an image of death but announce a birth to new life”.


Illusions | Menier Gallery | 13 – 26 September 2017

An open submission Exhibition presented by The Artists Pool


‘Going beyond the surface, exploring the illusions of life, the change of art, time, fashion, environment and the perception we’re fed, what is reality and what isn’t ? Does reality still exists in the age of technology and the changing times of social media?  Can we trust our own eyes?’


Southbank Saltimbanque

saltimbanque: masculine and feminine noun  – “travelling entertainer”, “street entertainer”. French saltimbanque, and Italian saltimbanco, from saltare ‘jump’ and banco ‘bench, platform, stage’.

‘An image of the artist as “entertainer” reflecting on the harsh realities of street life and the tawdry poverty of his few possessions. Away from the ‘lights’ the performer sits contemplating the cost of attachment to a spirit of artistic melancholy stretching to Picasso, to Dickens, to Watteau, to the Comedia del’arte and beyond. What is the nature of this romance and why is it bound to a fatalistic outcome? Meanwhile, old friends move on, change is ever present and tomorrow is a new beginning…’

The Elephant in the Room | Menier Gallery |23 – 27 May 2017



‘The 2006 UK Inquiry identified five key factors that affect mental health and wellbeing of people, these were: discrimination, participating in meaningful activities, relationships, physical health and poverty. This exhibition aims to address some or all of these themes is through a focus on the issues of mental health and young people.’

12 Exhibited works including Resurection Jesus, oil on board, 2017; Tangled, oil on board 2017, Burning Man, gouache on paper, 1993, Lamp (Holy Spirit in Flames) mixed media on paper, 2017, Pantocrator, mixed media on paper, 2016

Mernier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, SE1 1RU


Resurrection Exhibition | Our Lady of Dolours | May – November 2017



Exhibiting four works: Supper at Emmaus, egg tempera, 2017; Annunciation, oil on board 2017; Descent into Hell, 2017; Baptism of Christ, pencil on paper, 2016

‘A re-working and follow on of the exhibition  held in the Jesuit Hurtado Centre, Wapping and the Mount Street Jesuit Centre, over two weekends in April 2017.

The initative was pioneered by a very dedicated team at the Hurtado Centre and held in conjunction with the artists of St Patrick’s Studios, based in the parish in Wapping. It has brought together nearly 30 artists from different Christian denominations and artistic backgrounds in a very joyful project.

The aims were to give a taste of the Resurrection as an invitation of the restoration that God offers every day to all humanity, to taste what it is like to be restored in the fullness of life in Christ.

It is hoped that the richness of the works exhibited at Our Lady of Dolours will give a felt sense of the beauty of the Resurrection.

We are extremely grateful to the Servite Friars for enabling us to continue with this exhibition in the beautiful setting of the colonnade which will allow many more people to see it.’

Alice Robertson 2017


Exhibiting artisits: Alice Robertson, Andrew White, Bernard Allen, Daphne Kilner, David Lilley, Elizabeth McCarten, Francis Hoyland, John Cook, John Bateson-Hill, Kirsty Kerr,   Melissa Perkins, Mike Quirke, Rene De Los Reyes, Rosaleen Walsh, Tessa Hunkin, Victoria Brenninkmeijer.

Over the duration of the exhibition was supplemented with additional works including the Sacred Heart, Pantocrator III and IX, Lamp IV (Holy Spirit in Flames) and The Image of Pity,