Represented by


2024: Milton’s Cottage, Chalfont St Giles
2023: Benjamin Rhodes Arts, London
2021: Sunny Art Centre, London – First Prize Winner, London Sunny Art Prize
2015: Landscape is a Conversation, LARQ Gallery, Queenstown, Tasmania, Australia
2014: Still Life with Blackbirds, Corinium Museum, Cirencester
2014: Thoughts in Search of a Thinker, LARQ Gallery, Queenstown, Tasmania, Australia
2014: New Work, Celia Lendis Contemporary, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire
2011: Orangeness, Abbey Walk Gallery, Grimsby
2005: A Colour Grammar, Slade Gallery, London
2000: The Colour of God, North Light Gallery, Huddersfield
1999: SACI Gallery, Florence, Italy
1998: Twelve Jewels, Kirkjulakjarkot, Iceland
1994: Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London
1992: Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London
1989: Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London
1987: Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London

2023-24: Miniatures, with Christopher Cook and Susie David, Underground Stream, Devon
2023-24: Luminous. LIGHT . COLOUR . IMAGINATION, with Emrys Williams, Benjamin Rhodes Arts, London
2023: Paint: A Celebration of Teaching Painting, Brownston Gallery, Modbury, Devon
2023: Prints at Artmill, Plymouth, Devon
2022: Inaugural Exhibitions, I and II at Benjamin Rhodes Arts, London
2020: London Sunny Art Prize, Sunny Art Centre, London
2020: Signal, Centrespace Gallery, Bristol, a collaboration of staff and students from the Slade, Sokei, LUCA, and the University of the West of England
2019: Seer: European Painting and Drawing, Galleria Punto, Sokei Academy of Fine Art and Design, Tokyo, Japan
2019: Emergence: Art and the Incarnation of Space, Martin Museum of Art, Texas, USA
2018: Tao Hua Tan Painters, Hefei Modern Art, China
2017: Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow, and Blue? Kunstzaal, Onderder Toren, Hasselt, Belgium
2017: Go the Distance, Kooi Space, PXL-MAD, Hasselt, Belgium
2017: Nine Painters, curated by Dr Richard Davey, Syson Gallery, Nottingham
2016: John Moores Painting Prize, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
2015: Cotswold Open Studios Group Show, Wetpaint Gallery, Cirencester
2015: Tokyo International Mini-Print Triennial, touring Japan
2014: The LARQ Effect, Gallery Ten, Hobart, Tasmania
2013: Annual Open, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol
2013: The Language of Paint, two-person show with Iain Andrews, Atkinson Gallery, Millfield
2013: Guanlan International Print Biennial, China
2012: Winter show, Celia Lendis Contemporary, Moreton-in-Marsh
2012: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London
2012: BITE: Artists Making Prints, Mall Galleries
2012: The Open West, Gloucester Cathedral
2011: Winter Show, Abbey Walk Gallery, Grimsby
2011: Royal West of England Autumn Show, Bristol
2011: Insights – British Art Today, Museum Oberműnster, Ratisbon, Regensburg
2011: The Nature of Landscape III, Surface Gallery, Nottingham
2010: The Origin of Colour: Fabric of the Land, Geology and Petroleum Department, University of Aberdeen
2010: The Nature of Landscape II, Abbey Walk Gallery, Grimsby
2009: The Nature of Landscape I, East Loust Gallery, Grimsby
2009: The Nature of Landscape I, Abbey Walk Gallery, Grimsby
2009: IMPACT 6: International Multi-disciplinary printmaking conference, Bristol
2009: Drawing and Printmaking, Chapel Row Gallery, Bath
2008: Figuring Light: Colour and the Intangible, Djanogly Gallery, Lakeside Arts Centre, University of Nottingham. Premiere of Redness, composed by Alexandra Harwood and performed by Onyx Brass Quintet
2007: Wall of Statements, Istanbul, Enschede, Bristol, Braumschweig, Wroclaw, Aberdeen, Munster, Strasbourgh, Cork
2006: Looking Back – Looking Forward, Six Chapel Row, Bath
2004: Hybrid, Artspace, Imperial College, London
2004: Colloquy, University of Loughborough
2003: Heartworks, Six Chapel Row, Bath
2002: Music, Sherborne House, Dorset
2001: Six Abstract Painters, Six Chapel Row, Bath
2000: Stations – the New Sacred Art, Bury St Edmunds
1999: Grove Contemporary Arts, Shrewsbury
1999: The Light of the World, Edinburgh City Art Gallery
1999: Six Chapel Row, Bath
1999: History Makers, St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast
1999: Leith School of Art, Edinburgh Fringe Festival
1997: Reg Vardy Gallery, Sunderland
1996: Raising the Spirits, Atkinson Gallery, Millfield School
1994: Beardsmore Gallery, London
1993: Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London
1992: Art Parcels to Jeffrey Archer – Thirty Artists, Frost and Reed, London
1992: Collector’s Choice: Seven Artists, Bristol City Art Gallery
1991: Images of Christ, Albemarle Gallery, London
1991: Modern Painters, Manchester City Art Gallery
1990: New Icons, Warwick, Exeter and Lincoln
1990: A Tribute to Peter Fuller, Beaux Arts, Bath
1990: Works on Paper, Benjamin Rhodes, London
1989: Guardian Gallery, Bristol
1988: Humberside Printmaking Open
1987: Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London

Recent publications, papers, lectures and conferences

Webb, R. (2023) Milton Across Borders and Media, chapter 17, Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN 9780 1928447 43

Webb, R. (2023) A Conversation with Milton’s Paradise Lost 2011-2021, Benjamin Rhodes Arts London 

Webb, R. (2021) A Contemporary Artist’s Response to the Synergies of Drawing and Painting in Paradise Lost, Renaissance Society of America, Dublin

Lycidas, commission for the Milton Society of America, to coincide with Dublin conference, April 2021. Conference publication available on request.

Webb, R. (2019) Light/Dark Contrast: Contemporary Drawings Inspired by Paradise Lost, The British Milton Seminar, University of Birmingham 

Lectures and workshops on colour, drawing and Milton (2019), Baylor University, Texas, USA

The Future of Painting, International Painting Conference (January 2020), Arnolfini, Bristol

Reardon, J. and Webb, R. (2016) Still Life with Blackbirds, Artists’ Choice Editions, ISBN 978-0-995570-0-0 

Artspeak / Artwork Project (2016) collaboration of lectures, workshops, and symposium with artist Jeremy Gardiner, Cleethorpes

Reardon, J. and Webb, R. (2016) Still Life with Blackbirds, Collaboration: Art and FictionNational Association of Writers in Education, Annual Conference, Stratford Manor

The Colour Lectures (2015) Summer School, Slade School of Fine Art, London

Ten-Day Festival, Tasmania (2015), led three artist panels at Launcerton, Bernie and Hobart

Webb, R., (2015) Drawing as a Way of Thinking, Richard Kenton Webb: The Landscape as Discourse Queenstown: Landscape Art Research, pp.10-31

Keynote Lecture (2014) School of Creative Arts, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

Webb, R., (2011) Lost in Translation, the Nature of Pigmented Colour, Colour: Design and Creativity, London: Society of Dyers and Colourists

Webb, R., (2011) Experiencing Colour as Paint – Towards a Grammar of Colour, New Perspectives on the Humanities, Kaleidoscope Colour Conference, Warwick: University of Warwick

Webb, R., (2010) The Nature of Seeing, The Nature of Landscape: Visions and Distillations of Landscape and Place, Grimsby: Art Abbey Publications, pp.87-97

Webb, R., (2010) The Nature of the Game being Played, The Nature of Landscape: Visions and Distillations of Landscape and Place, Grimsby: Art Abbey Publications, pp.63-73

Webb, R., (2009) The Boundary in Drawing, Marking Space, Swansea: Swansea Metropolitan University, pp.54-57

Writing and publications about Richard Kenton Webb

Sunny Art Prize V Catalogue, (2021), Sunny Art Centre, London, pp.16-20

Wagner, R., (2020) An Edifice too Large for Him to Fill, Church Times, p.18

Reardon, J., (2020) Ekphrasis in Still Life with Black Birds: Finding a New Space – Art and Prose in Collaboration, National Association of Writers in Education, pp.40-52

Davey, R., (2019) Richard Kenton Webb, Emergence: Art and the Incarnation of Space, Waco: Martin Museum of Art, pp.64-67

Davey, R., (2016) Richard Kenton Webb, John Moores Painting Prize, Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery, pp.136-137

Richard Kenton Webb, (2015) The Landscape as Discourse, Queenstown: Landscape Art Research

Arnold, R., (2015) Facts Becoming Art Through…, The Landscape as Discourse, Queenstown, LARQ, pp.2-3

Davis, J., (2015) A Beautiful Process. The Bion Factor, The Landscape as Discourse, Queenstown, LARQ, pp.4-8

Wray McCann, R., (2015) The Colour of Wind, The Landscape as Discourse, Queenstown: LARQ, pp.32-35

Lendis, C., (2014) The Pure Vision of Richard Kenton Webb, Colour Forms, Moreton-in-Marsh, Celia Lendis Galleries, pp.2-3

Bizony, P., (2014) Landscapes of the Imagination, Colour Forms, Moreton-in-Marsh: Celia Lendis Galleries, pp.8-9

Davey, R., (2014) Between Creation and Dissolution, Colour Forms, Moreton-in-Marsh: Celia Lendis Galleries, p.12

Reardon, J., (2014) Listen, Colour Forms, Moreton-in-Marsh, Celia Lendis Galleries, p.15

Power, D., (2010) The Sound of Colour, The Nature of Landscape, Grimsby: Abbey Walk Gallery, pp.77-83

Davey, R., (2008) Figuring Light: Colour and the Intangible, Colour Conversations, Nottingham: Djanogly Art Gallery, pp.40-49

Mayfield, S., (2007) Exploring Prayer, Oxford: Lion, p.121

Fuller, P., (1993) edited and with an introduction by John McDonald, Peter Fuller’s Modern Painters, Reflections on Modern Art, London: Methuen, p.33

Cook, C., (1992), Richard Kenton Webb, Modern Painters, Spring, Number 1 Vol 5, pp.92-94

Gowing, L., (1982) introduction to catalogue for first solo show, 1982

Film and audio-visual about Richard Kenton Webb

Webb, R. In Search of John MiltonEkphrasis: Creating Space for Art and LiteratureAutumn [seminar], Open University, 15 November 2022

Parkinson, A., Nine Painters, Syson Gallery, Nottingham, [web blog], 26 April 2017

Webb, R., Drawing as a Way of Thinking, Arnolfini, Bristol, [podcast], 27 October 2016

Webb, R., The Artist’s Vlog: Richard Kenton Webb, [26 podcasts], 2014-15, YouTube

Richard Kenton Webb Colour Forms [online video], 2013, dir. Christian Barnett, YouTube


1983-86: MA (Painting), Royal College of Art, London
1978-82: BA Hons (Fine Art), Slade School of Fine Art, University College London
1977-78: Foundation, Chelsea School of Art, London

I studied under and alongside many well-known and talented British artists and teachers: Ron Bowen, Sir William Coldstream, Graham Crowley, Jennifer Durrant, Stephen Farthing, Peter de Francia, John Golding, Sir Lawrence Gowing, Timothy Hyman, Andrzej Jackowski, Tess Jaray, Ken Kiff, Christopher le Brun, Leonard McComb, Paula Rego, Patrick Symons, and Euan Uglow. I carry these conversations in my DNA. The idea of ‘the hard-won image’ from the Slade is intrinsic to my studio practice and teaching philosophy. I value the narrative tradition of the Slade, weaving back to Paul Nash, Stanley Spencer, Samuel Palmer, and William Blake. I am one of the few British artists trained at both the Slade and the Royal College of Art. This is where I come from.


Below you will find just some of the music I love to listen to when I work.


My research base covers art history, anthropology, neurology, philosophy, poetry, psychology, psychoanalysis, history, literature, science and theology to explore colour (paint), materials, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, creativity and the imagination.

Here are some of the books I have used over the last ten years:

A. T. Peperzak, Beyond the Philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas, NW University Press, 1999
M. L. Morgan, Discovering Levinas, Cambridge University Press, 2007
S. Hand, The Levinas Reader, Blackwell, 1989
B. Plant, Wittgenstein and Levinas, Ethical and Religious Thought, Routledge, 2005
M. W. Rowe, Philosophy and Literature, A Book of Essays, Routledge, 2018
E. Levinas, God, Death and Time, Stanford University Press, 2000
M. L. Morgan, Introduction to Emmanuel Levinas, Cambridge University Press, 2011
A. T. Peperzak, S. Critchley and R. Bernadconi, Emmanuel Levinas Basic Philosophical Writings, Indiana University Press, 1996
S. Hand, Emmanuel Levinas, Routledge, 2009
S. Halliwell, Between Ecstasy and Truth, Oxford University Press, 2011
T. Taylor, General Introduction to the Philosophy of Plato, Kshetra Books, 2016
A. E. Taylor, Plato, The Man and His Work, Methuen, 1926
J. A. Lucy, Language Diversity and Thought, Cambridge University Press, 1992
J. A. Lucy, Grammatical Categories and Cognition, Cambridge University Press, 1996
J. B. Carroll, Language, Thought & Reality, Writings of Benjamin Lee Whorf, M.I.T. Press, 1956

Aeschylus, Prometheus Bound, Oxford University Press, 1975
A. E. Taylor, Aristotle, Dover Publications, 1955
Plato, Timaeus, Penguin, 1965
Plato, The Symposium, Penguin, 1951
Plato, The Republic, Penguin, 1987
Plato, The Last Days of Socrates, Penguin, 1954
P. Kreeft, A Socratic Introduction to Plato’s Republic, St. Augustine’s Press, 2018
P. Kreeft, The Platonic Tradition, St. Augustine’s Press, 2018
P. Kreeft, Socrates Meets Kierkegard, St. Augustine’s Press, 2014
St Thomas Acquinas, Summa Theologiae, The Emotions, Cambridge University Press, 2006
St Thomas Acquinas, Summa Theologiae, Creation, Variety and Evil, Blackfriars, 1967  
E. Gilson, ThePhilosophy of  St Thomas Aquinas, Barnes and Noble Books, 1993
Thomas Aquinas, On the Power of God, Wipf  and stock Publishers, 1932 
Saint Augustine, Confessions, Penguin, 1961

K. Hessel, The Story of Art Without Men, Hutchinson Heineman, 1922
G. Houghton and H. McDowell, Subject, Thought and Context, Clarendon Press, 1986
J. Ault, Come Alive! The Spirited Art of Sister Corita, Four Corners Books, 2006
D. McKitterick, The Trinity Apocalypse, University of Toronto Press, 2006
J. Field, On not Being Able to Paint, Jeremy P. Tarcher, 1957
R.D. Laing, The Politics of Experience, Pantheon Books, 1967
W. Grozinger, Scribbling, Drawing, Painting, Faber and Faber
R. Kelloogg, Analysing Children’s Art, Mayfield Publishing Co, 1969

D.M. Winnicott, Playing and Reality, Routledge, 1982
D.M. Winnicott, Deprivation and Delinquency, Routledge, 1984
D.M. Winnicott, Psycho-Analytic Explorations, Karnac, 1989
Marion Milner, On not being able to Paint, J.P. Tarcher, 1957
Marion Milner, The Suppressed Madness of Sane Men, Tavistock, 1987
Wilfred R. Bion, Second Thoughts, Karnac, 1984
Wilfred R. Bion, Transformations, Karnac, 1984
Wilfred R. Bion, Attention and Interpretation, Karnac, 1984
Wilfred R. Bion, Elements of Psychoanalysis, Karnac, 1984
Wilfred R. Bion, Taming Wild Thoughts, Karnac, 1997
Wilfred R. Bion, Four Discussions with W.R. Bion, Clunie Press, 1978
Wilfred R. Bion, Cogitations, Karnac, 1992
Lionel Bailly, Lacan: A Beginner’s Guide, One World Productions, 2009
Jacques Lacan, Ecrits: The First Complete Edition in English, WW Norton and Company, 1997
Sean Homer, Jacques Lacan, Routledge, 2004
Bradley R., Rock Art and the Prehistory of Atlantic Europe: Signing the Land, Routledge, 1997
Brennan M., The Stones of Time: Calendars, Sundials and Stone Chambers of Ancient Ireland, Inner Traditions, Bear and Co, New York, 1994

Causey, A., (2000) Paul Nash – Writings on Art, Oxford: OUP
Nash, P., (1949) Outline, London: Faber and Faber
Harrison, J., (2001) Synaesthesia: The Strangest Thing, Oxford: OUP
Sacks, O., (2011) An Anthropologist on Mars, New York: Alfred A Knopf Inc (NB: The Case of the Colour-Blind Painter)

Margaret Donaldson, Children’s Minds, Fontana Press, 1987
Harry Daniels, An Introduction to Vygotsky, Routledge, 1996
M. Rockman and J. Steele, Colonization of the Unfamiliar Landscapes, Routledge 2003
G. P. Baker and P. M. S. Hacker, Language, Sense and Nonsense, Blackwell, 1994
Jeff Collins and Bill Mayblin, Introducing Derrida, Totem, 1998
Fergus Kerr, Theology after Wittgenstein, SPCK, 1997
David Pears, Ludwig Wittgenstein, 1970
Norman Malcolm, Ludwig Wittgenstein, A Memoir, OUP, 2001
Marie McGinn, Wittgenstein and the Philosophical Investigations, Routledge, 1997
Wittgenstein, Lectures and Conversations on Aesthetics: Psychology and Religious Belief, Blackwell, 1983
Wittgenstein, The Blue and Brown Books, Blackwell, 1969
Wittgenstein, Remarks on Colour, Blackwell, 1951
Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations, Translated by G. E. M. Anscombe, Blackwell, 2001
Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico Philoscopturus, Routledge, 2000
Ludwig Wittgenstein, Culture and Value, Translated by Peter Winch, Blackwell, 1980
Ludwig Wittgenstein, Philosophical Grammar, Translated by Anthony Kenny, Blackwell, 1974
Rush Rhees, Discussions on Wittgenstein, Thoemmes, 1996
Hans-Johann Glock, Wittgenstein, Blackwell, 2001
Jack Goody, The Interface between the Written and the Oral, 1997
Jean Piaget, Language and Thought of the Child, Routledge, 1960
Jean Piaget and Barbel Inhelder, The Psychology of the Child, Routledge, 1973
Denis H. Stott, Helping Children with Learning Difficulties, Ward Lock Educational, 1978

Charles Williams, The English Poems of John Milton, OUP, 1940 and 1960
G. Campbell and Thomas N. Corus, The Life, Work and Thought of John Milton, OUP, 2008
Denis Saurat, Milton, Man and Thinker, Dent, 1944
C. S. Lewis, A Preface to Paradise Lost, OUP, 1942
A. J. A. Waldock, Paradise Lost and its Critics, Cambridge, 1966
Thomas N. Corns, Regaining Paradise Lost, Longman, 1994
P. L. Broadbent, Some Graver Subject, an Essay on Paradise Lost, Chatto & Windus, 1960
Lewalski, Paradise Lost and the Rhetoric of Literary Forms, Princeton, 1985
Lewalski, The Life of John Milton, Blackwell, 2003
Christopher Hill, Milton and the English Revolution, Faber, 1960
Christopher Ricks, Milton’s Grand Style, OUP, 1963
Stanley Fish, Surprised by Sin, Palgrave, 1997
Joseph H. Summers, The Muses Method, Chatto & Windus, 1962
J. R. R. Tolkien, Tree and Leaf, Harper Collins, 2001
G. Wilson – Knight, The Wheel of Fire, Methuen, 1960 (1949)
Jan Kott, Shakespeare our Contemporary, Methuen, 1965
Ronald Johnson, Radi Os, Flood Editions, Chicago, 2005
John Broadbent, Paradise Lost – Introduction, Cambridge, 1972
John Broadbent, John Milton – Introductions, Cambridge, 1973
John Broadbent, Paradise Lost Books 1-2, Cambridge, 1972
John Broadbent and Lois Potter, Paradise Lost Books 3-4, Cambridge, 1976
Robert Hodge and Isabel G. Maccaffrey, Paradise Lost Books 5-6, Cambridge, 1975
David Aeis and Mary Radzinowicz, Paradise Lost Books 7-8, Cambridge, 1974
Martin Evans, Paradise Lost Books 9-10, Cambridge, 1973
Michael Hollington and Laurence Wilkinson, Paradise Lost Books 11-12, Cambridge, 1976

Gilchrist, The Life of William Blake, two volumes, Macmillan & Co, 1863
Samuel Palmer, The Eclogues of Virgil – An English Version, Seeley & Co, 1883
John Milton, Paradise Lost, illustrated by John Martin, Septimus Prowett, 1827
Martin Butlin, The Blake-Varley Sketchbook of 1819, Heineman, 1969
Philip Hofer, Illustrations to the Book of Job, Dent, 1937
Martin Butlin, William Blake the Complete Illuminated Books, Thames & Hudson, 2006
Martin Butlin, The Paintings and Drawings of William Blake, Yale, 1981
Kathleen Raine, Blake and the New Age, George Allen and Unwin, 1979
Kathleen Raine, The Human Face of God, William Blake and the Book of Job, Thames & Hudson, 1982
Kathleen Raine, Blake and Tradition, The Melon Lectures in the Fine Arts, Princeton, 1969
Kathleen Raine, Golgonooza – City of Imagination, Last Studies in William Blake, Golgonooza Press, 1991
Meria Perry-Lehmann, There was a Man in the Land of Uz, William Blake’s Illustrations to the Book of Job, Israel Museum, 1972
Martin Myrone and Amy Concannon, William Blake, Tate, 2019
Michael Phillips, Blake, Apprentice and Master, Ashmolean, 2014
Andrew Loukes, William Blake in Sussex – Visions of Albion, National Trust, 2018
David Bindman, The Complete Graphic Works, Thames & Hudson, 1978
David Bindman, The Divine Comedy, Bibliotheque de l’Image, 2000
Martin Butlin, William Blake, Tate Gallery, 1978
Samuel Palmer, William Blake – XVII Designs to Thornton’s Virgil, Mosher, 1879
Samuel Palmer, The Life and Letters of Samuel Palmer, Seeley and Co, 1892

Roy Jenkins, Churchill, The Biography, Pan, 2002
Martin Gilbert, Churchill, a Life, Pimlico, 2000
Martin Gilbert, Winston Churchill, Vol VI, Finest Hour, 1939-1941, Hilldale College Press, 2011
Winston Churchill, The Second World War, Volume I, the Gathering Storm, Penguin, 2005
Winston Churchill, The Second World War, Volume II, their Finest Hour, Penguin, 2005
Hilary Mantel, Wolf Hall, Fourth Estate, 2010
Hilary Mantel, Bring up the Bodies, Fourth Estate, 2012

Joseph Albers, Interaction of Colour, Yale, 1975
Johannes Itten, The Elements of Colour, Willey, 1970
Johannes Itten, Design and Form, Thames & Hudson, 1975
Wassily Kandinsky, Concerning the Spiritual in Art, Dover, 1977
Wassily Kandinsky, Point and Line to Plane, Dover, 1979
Wassily Kandinsky, Sounds, Edited by Elizabeth R. Napier, Yale, 2006
Paul Klee, The Thinking Eye, Volume 1, Lund Humphries, 1978
Paul Klee, The Nature of Nature, Volume 2, Lund Humphries, 1973
Brent Berlin and Paul Kay, Basic Colour Terms, CSLI Publications, 1999
Rudolf Steiner, Colour, Rudolf Steiner Press, 1971
David Batchelor, Chromophobia, Reaction Books, 2000
Annie Beasant and C.W.Leadbeater, Thought-Forms, Quest Books, 1999
Sir Issac Newton, Opticks, Dover, 1979
Andrew Jones and Gavin MacGregor, Colouring the Past, Berg, 2002
John Cage, Colour and Meaning, Art, Science and Symbolism, Thames & Hudson, 1999
George Steiner, Language and Silence, Faber, 1967
George Steiner, Grammars of Creation, Faber, 2001
George Steiner, After Babel, OUP, 1998
Bridget Riley, The Eye’s Mind, Thames & Hudson, 1999
Semir Zeki, A Vision of the Brain, Blackwell, 1993
Semir Zeki, Inner Vision, OUP, 1999
Richard. L. Gregory, Eye and Brain – the Psychology of Seeing, OUP, 2003


Arthur Anderson and Co
Stanhope Properties plc
Museum Oberműnster, Regensburg
Private collections in Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, Iceland, Japan, Mauritius, the UK, and the USA


2021: Milton Society of America
1993: St Michael and all Angels, Eastington, Stroud, Gloucestershire
1992: SS Philip and James, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

2023: Plymouth Society of Artists
2022: Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, USA
2020: First Prize Winner, London Sunny Art Prize
2018: Tao Hua Tan Painting Residency, China
2015: LARQ Residency, Tasmania, Australia
2014: LARQ Residency, Tasmania, Australia
1999: SACI International Residency, Florence, Italy
1988: St Stephen’s House Residency, Oxford
1986: Cheltenham Fellowship, Cheltenham Art School
1985: Cité International des Arts Residency, Paris
1983: Boise Travelling Scholarship, British School, Rome

Visual Poet, 2021