2017 round up
Happy 2018, all! So long has it been since I last put something up (my catchphrase for my last eleven years of Drawger) that I'd missed the rather fetching site redesign. Here's a splurge of my editorial highlights from 2017
I won the V&A prize on 16 May- scooping the best Editorial category and the overall winner- the Moira Gemmill Award for Illustrator of the Year 2017. The trophy- bookends inscribed with the museum's logo are carved into a wooden cube.
The V&A (Victoria & Albert) is-...
V&A 2017 Awards shorlist
The V&A Museum have just announced their shortlist for the 2017 Illustration Award; I am in the running in the Editorial category for my Trump Tsunami image. I get to hear if I won at a glitzy gala on May 16 with category winners in contention for an overall award. I hope to drink my volume...
Petworth House painting exhibition March 25- May 21 2017
Since Drawger is an illustration blog, I am hoping to post some more about illustration soon. In the meantime here’s a coda to my Landscape Artist of the Year 2016 win - my first solo painting show at Petworth House in West Sussex started on 25 March and runs until 21 May. If you happen...
Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2016
It's been a curious year for all of us. I've had the distraction of taking part in a tv show. Painting landscape. The show, Landscape Artist of the Year 2016, (on Sky Arts in the UK and to be shown at some point in 2017 in the US and Australia) pits seven artists against each other over...
Books of the Year
A quick and satisfying section cover for Sarah Habershon at the Guardian