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Solo Exhibition, University of Southampton
At the Centre for the Archaeology of Human Origins International Conference in January 2016, ten of my ‘Accretion’ series were shown for the first time.

Celebration at Wimborne St. Giles House, Dorset
In September 2016 the book 'Deepest Dorset' was launched at this magnificent country house. It included a feature on my career by co-authors Fanny Charles and Gay Pirrie Weir. Some of my paintings were exhibited.

Recent Exhibition, Salisbury Museum
Spring/Summer of 2017 saw my inclusion in a major curated exhibition ‘British Art: Ancient Landscapes. My painting shared an intimate gallery space with Paul Nash, Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth with Constable, Turner, John Piper and William Blake as near neighbours.

Major Solo Exhibition, Salisbury Museum
Called ‘Towards Music’ and comprised of forty equally proportioned works, my speculative observations on how music, dance and performance may have evolved as part of our evolutionary development ran from 27 January until 12 May 2018.

Gifted: A Celebration of Recent Acquisitions. University of Chichester
One of my private collectors has recently gifted a painting of mine to the Otter Gallery Collection. It is part of a year long exhibition in a newly created exhibition space in University House from February 2018. Another work has been gifted to Swindon Museum and Art Gallery.

Feature in British Archaeology Magazine
Selected for inclusion by Editor Mike Pitts I was profiled in the May/June 2018 ‘My Archaeology’ feature, following in some illustrious footsteps. Sir David Attenborough, Dan Snow, Michael Wood, Peter Ackroyd, Grayson Perry, Richard Long, Rachel Whiteread and more.

Painting Selected for Cover of New Book
Now published by English Heritage a co-authored account by Dr, Mark Roberts and Dr. Simon Parfitt about the world renowned Old Stone Age site at Boxgrove features one of my large canvases.

Major New Solo Exhibition, ‘The Great Heath’, Sladers Yard Gallery, West Bay, Bridport, Dorset
From 17 March until 7 May, 2019, nearly 60 new paintings, large canvases and small works on paper regarding my personal relationship with the terrain described so evocatively by Thomas Hardy as Egdon Heath. Slighted and enduring. A fully illustrated colour catalogue will be available. Full details from Sladers Yard, West Bay, Bridport, Dorset