Links to other artists, creatives, galleries and institutions that are amongst my favourites. Please take a few moments to browse - you might find just what you are looking for:
Jennifer Geisert Jewellery & wearable art. Also see her wonderful photos at
Frank Kiely An artist specialising in screenprints depicting London and elsewhere with a biographical twist.
Bankside Gallery A prestigious gallery on London's South Bank. Home to the Royal Watercolour Society (RWS) and the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE).
http://www.artremains.com/ An online community where artists can upload a profile and images of their work. It got my work on the internet prior to developing this site!
Marcela Alejandra Delightful illustration work and a graduate of the Royal College.
Jorg Bock-Dahmen An artist specialising in paintings and graphical works depicting toy cars and artefacts associated with childhood.
Martin Taylor A creative producer of animation and film with a great flare for illustration and visual communication. Studied at BSU & University of the West of England (UWE).
Bath Spa University Although I hate this expression, Bath Spa University is my 'alma mater' and offers great undergrad and postgrad arts courses. It is also set amongst one of the most beautiful world heritage cities you could ever hope to visit. Check out their offshoot Artswork - an initiative that is bridging the gap between the creative industries and the university, offering greater opportunities for students. If you are a former student make sure you set up an alumni profile with them.
Orange County Museum of Art A great public art museum in sunny southern california. I was lucky enough to see a Chuck Close retrospective here and it was superb. They also show fantastic contemporary work by regional artists.
Arthur Wainwright I can't have a links page without mentioning this - for anyone that doesn't know, he was an extraordinarily dedicated man that spent a great many weekends of his life walking in the beautiful Lake District and documenting his routes in incredible detail - including what must amount to hundreds if not thousands of illustrations of the various peaks and tarns of this landscape. He is probably most famous for his series of illustrated books 'Wainwright's Pictorial Guides' published by Frances Lincoln.
Peggy Guggenheim Museums & Foundation Visiting a Guggenheim museum somewhere in the world is really, in my humble opinion, a definitive gallery experience. Go to Bilbao for the amazing building and huge exhibition hall, capable of housing some of the largest, most impressive sculptures. Venice is a much more intimate space, right on the canal, with a beautiful sculpture garden and a couple of great small works by Giorgio Di Chirico.