Selected Exhibitions

  • 2021
  • Sedici Group Exhibition, Stable Gallery, West Meon
  • Sedici Group Exhibition, Muswell Hill, London
  • 2019
  • The Oxford Open 2019, the Jam Factory, Oxford
  • 2018 
  • Imho Sedici Group Show, High Barnet, London
  • 2016
  • Austmarka Artist Residency, Norway
  • The Sunday Times Watercolour Competition, Shortlisted
  • Turps Correspond Group Exhibition, Rye Creative Centre, Rye
  • 2015
  • Korean Artists Association Annual Show, Korean Cultural Centre, London
  • 2014
  • Sedici Group Exhibition
  • Korean Chronicles, KCC, London
  • Turps Correspond, Thurlow St, London
  • 2013
  • E’scape 4persons Show, Bethnal Green, London
  • Sedici Group Exhibition, Paget Street, London
  • 2012
  • Sedici Group Exhibition, Petersfield, Hants
  • 2010
  • Bucks New University Fine Art Degree Show, High Wycombe
  • 2009
  • Artsmart Exhibition, Beaconsfield, Bucks
  • 2004
  • Chateau D’idron Group Exhibition, Pau, South France


  • 2010
  • Fine Art(Hons) Degree, High Wycombe, Bucks
  • 2002
  • LLB Law Degree, Birkbeck College, London

Artist Statement

My work is about building abstract structures with colour, form, texture and layering with interest to creating space.    I draw my inspiration from nature, often immersing myself in the beauty of Chiltern landscape. The current series of work relates to the daily walk I do and it reflects on my fascination with the natural world.  Observing and contemplating by the stunning nature, something triggers to remind me of the landscape I grew up in, a far-away land.  The sense of place, memory and longing, my work covers the idea of being connected in one place and another.  With this feeling, I am interested in exploring the relationship between perception, memory and experience.

I enjoy using oil paint for its shimmering and impasto qualities.  I use vibrant colours and bold strokes to reflect the complex hues and textures of nature.  In places, I apply paint thickly with a palette knife to communicate the proximity.

Colour is important but the choice is usually one of intuition rather than having meaning or symbolic value.   Through intuitive decision-making and the idea of chance and serendipity, I aim to create compositional dynamics, energy and rhythm in my work.