1943 Born in Oxford, England.
1959-1964 Ealing School of Art specialising in textile design and printmaking.
1973-1979 Hammersmith School of Art for Sculpture.
1980-1982 West London University for Pottery and ceramics.
1993-1998 New Richmond School of Art for painting.
1994 Member of West London Artists, as a painter, with David Wiseman.
1997 Moved to central London, Hampstead then Clerkenwell in 2000.
2002-2008 The Princes Drawing Studio for Etching and life drawing.
2003-2013 Space Studio, The Triangle London Fields, Hackney.
2008-2010 Kensington and Chelsea Collage, gaining 2 sculpture diplomas.
2009-2011 Ramsgate, Kent Bronze casting, making 5 pieces in bronze.
2010-2012 Moved to Suffolk. Designed and project managed refurbishment of 500 year old barn into a home and adjacent building into a large studio.
2015 Elected to NAPA, the National Acrylic Painters’ Association.
Teaching textile design at The American College, Richmond
Teaching textile design Hounslow Borough College
Teaching private art classes
Interior designer and Project manager
1959-1964 Ealing School of Art BA in Textile Design and printmaking
1973-1979 Studied sculpture part time at Hammersmith School of Art
1980-1983 Studied pottery and ceramics at West London University
1993-1997 Studied painting at The New Richmond School of Art with David Wiseman
1994- Studying with David Wiseman for painting in acrylic
1994- Jeremy Gale for the Cecil Collins approach to life drawing
2001-2007 The Prince’s Trust in Shoreditch for life drawing and etching
2007-2009 Diplomas in sculpture at Kensington and Chelsea College
2009 Meltdowns Bronze casting courses
1993-7 Student shows: New Richmond School of Art
1996 Whitley’s Gallery, Queensway: New Richmond School of Art Group
1997 Summer Show: The Gallery, Stoke Newington London
1999 Susie Joyce and Anna de Polnay: The Edith Grove Gallery, Chelsea,
1999 ‘Transformations’ West London Artists: Small Gallery, Gunnersbury Park
2000 West London Artists group show: Sackville Gallery, Piccadilly
2001 ‘Unique Visions’, West London Artists: Riverhouse Gallery, Walton
2002 ‘Viewpoints’, West London Artists: Jersey Gallery, Osterley House, Isleworth
2003 ‘Also’ Summer Exhibition: Mexico Gallery, Hampstead
2003 Open Studio: Solo show, Central London
2003 Exhibition of Etchings: St Patrick’s Church, Soho
2003 West London Artists: Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park
2004 ‘Celebrations’ West London Artists: Chelsea Town Hall Gallery
2004 ‘At Home’: Solo Show central London
2005 West London Artists: Jersey Gallery, Osterley House, Isleworth
2005 Open Studio: Space studios The Triangle, Off Mare Street, Hackney
2006 West London Artists: Jersey Gallery, Osterley House, Isleworth
2007 ‘At Home’: Solo show, Central London
2007 Open Studio Space Studios: The Triangle, Off Mare Street, Hackney
2008 ‘Work in Progress’ group show: Hortensia Gallery, KCC Chelsea
2008 ’Made by Hand’ group show: Hortensia Gallery, KCC Chelsea
2008 West London Artists: Jersey Gallery, Osterley House, Isleworth
2008 TFL poster of Vase of Flowers: Earls Court, London
2008 Chelsea Art Society Exhibition: Chelsea Town Hall, London
2009 Be Safe-Be Seen Sculpture group show: Hortensia Gallery, KCC Chelsea
2009 Sculpture group show: Hortensia Gallery, KCC Chelsea
2009 ‘Mishaps, Mayhem and Mastery’ Bronze Sculptures: Canterbury
2010 Chelsea Art Society Exhibition: Chelsea Town Hall, London
2010 ‘Small Works’ West London Artists: POSK Gallery, Hammersmith. London
2011 Chelsea Art Society Exhibition: Chelsea Town Hall, London
2013 ‘Small is Beautiful’ West London Artists: Bowman Gallery, Richmond, Surrey
2015 ‘Small works’: Water Street Gallery, Todmorden, Yorkshire
2016 Suffolk Open Studios: Stradbroke, Suffolk
2016 Summer Exhibition NAPA: Oxmarket Centre of Arts, Chichester.
2016 Solo show of 30 works: Old Kings Head, Brockdish, Norfolk
2017 Solo show of sculpture: Caroline Wiseman Modern & Contemporary The Lookout, Aldeburgh, Suffolk
2017 Suffolk Open studios: Stradbroke, Suffolk
2017 Summer Exhibition, NAPA: Group exhibition, St Ives, Cornwall
“My work is about my passion for colours and how they relate to each other, how they help to create form and space. For me colour expresses how I feel about life and light. The forms and shapes create energy that play together to make a joyful whole.
This energy and movement dance around my work, whether a painting in acrylic or watercolour, printmaking or sculpture, magically incorporating the values and vibrancy to create the harmonious relationships in the finished work. “