King’s 100 Artworks Auction

05.08.13 Categories: Fundraising

A group of King's nurses, patients and local people have organised an auction of 100 artworks to celebrate 100 years of King’s in Camberwell and the rich artistic heritage of the local area. The auction will take place on December 12th.

Thanks to the most amazing generosity the total of 100 artworks has been reached – in fact exceeded!

There are works from a fantastic selection of artists from internationally renowned professional artists to patients who have found in art a way to get through long and gruelling treatment. Scroll down to see a small selection of the wide and wonderful variety we have received.

All the works will be on display in the James Black Centre in the grounds of King’s College Hospital and can be viewed from the 1st of December by appointment.  There will be a private view for ticket holders with mulled wine, minced pies and music between 6pm and 7pm immediately prior to the auction on December 12th. We are immensely grateful to the efforts of our team and to MDM Props in Herne Hill for their help in making this exhibition possible.

The auction will then commence at 7pm in the Boardroom located opposite the shop in the Hambleden Wing of the Hospital. Paddles will be provided on arrival.

If you would like to attend the auction and share in the fun of bidding or just come and buy some specially created greetings cards and enjoy a minced pie please purchase a ticket online or in person from the Friends gift shop on the ground floor Cheyne Wing from Monday 11th November . Tickets are £5 and proceeds will go to support King's College Hospital.

We hope to see you there! Feel free to email with any questions.

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Artwork up for auction

King's College Hospital 2013 by Mark Ashmead

5" wide x 7" high Watercolour
Mark Ashmead is a retired architect, and his paintings combine his enthusiasm for architecture with his skills as a watercolour artist. His work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition on 8 occasions, the Dulwich Picture Gallery Summer Show and the Royal Watercolour Society Show. Mark's wife Judith has been saved by King's from meningitis, pneumonia and breast cancer. Since being diagnosed with bone marrow disorder in 2006 she has been an outpatient of the haematology department under Professor Mufti and his team who continue to keep her condition under control.

The poem as act, X. by Edmund de Waal

16 x 8 x 9 cm
Guide price: £3,000-4,000
Edmund de Waal is best known for his large scale installations and has had major interventions in many museums and public collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Waddesdon Manor, Tate Britain and the National Museum of Wales. In September this year, Edmund opened his first show in New York at the Gagosian Gallery and installed a new work for the Asian Pavilion of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Edmund currently has an exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, exploring Chinese and European porcelain collections. Next year Edmund will undertake a major new commission for Turner Contemporary in Margate and an exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches in Vienna. Edmund is also known as a writer. His recent book, Hare with the Amber Eyes, which traces his family history, has been an international bestseller and won many literary prizes.

Madonna on Venice Beach 2 by Peter Blake

39.4 x 35.6 cm (unframed) Screen print
Uniquely among the British Pop artists, Peter Blake was trained both as a commercial artist, illustrator and painter, and he has continued to move between these various disciplines. He studied at the Royal  College of Art between 1953 and  1956, but  It was with the Young Contemporaries exhibition of 1961, where he was exhibited alongside  David  Hockney and R.B. Kitaj,  that  he was first identified  with  the emerging  British Pop Art movement. In 1981 he was appointed a Royal  Academician  and was knighted for services to the arts in 2002.

Fiesole by Gillian Ayres

67.9 x 66.5 (unframed) Woodcut
Guide Price: £800 - £1,000

Gillian Ayres is one of the leading British abstract painters of her generation. She studied at Camberwell College of Art (1946-1950), and was one of the first Young Contemporaries. She has taught at St. Martin’s College of Art and the Royal Academy of Art, and was made a Royal Academician in 1991. As well as the vibrant, heavily worked canvases she is best known for, she is also a dedicated print maker. Ayres was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 2011. She lives and works in Cornwall.

Hare by Janet Maguire

30cm x 30cm x 10cm Wool
Guide Price: £50

Janet Maguire studied Fine Art at Canterbury then went on to work at the Tate Gallery and Warwick Arts Centre. She has run art events in the Dulwich Festival and now shows her art work in the Dulwich Artists Open House event. Her first child was born at King's.

untitled 2003 by Brian Grimwood

44cm x 47cm ink on paper
Guide Price: £300

This piece is being donated by Mr Roger was originally commissioned for the Guardian newspaper Review section cover.  Brian Grimwood has been credited by Print Magazine as having changed the look of British Illustration. He has worked 
for most of the popular magazines worldwide, and has become one of Europes’ most innovative and influential illustrators.

As I remember it, Laura Moreton Griffiths

30 x 40cm Oil on canvas
Laura Moreton-Griffiths studied at Camberwell College of Arts, graduating with a degree in Painting. She lives and works in London near to King's and exhibits widely, with work in private collections within the UK and abroad.

The Emotion In The Melting Trees by Finlay McInally

45cm x 60 cm Screen Print
Guide Price: £150

Finlay McInally is an artist and printmaker working in Brighton.'This screen-print is from the time when I was spending long periods in isolation rooms at King’s. I visited the neighbouring Ruskin Park as much as I could. If I was not able to leave the ward I could still see the trees from the common area, and witness them changing with the seasons.'

Sophie and Kate by Kate Bancroft

120 x 120 cm Acrylic on canvas
Guide Price: £1,000

Kate Bancroft is an American artist who paints portraits from memory. Her approach is a reaction to her place in a generation overwhelmed by constantly evolving technology where the ethereal nature of human memory is easily out-shined by the sharpness of digital memories and images.She studied Painting and Art History at Boston University, Boston, MA and the Pont Aven School of Contemporary Art, Pont-Aven, France. She received an MFA in Painting from the Slade School in Fine Art in 2013.


Penguin Classics by Tom Leighton

Print size: 32cm x 22cm / Paper size: 40cm x 30cm, Archival photographic print.  
Tom Leighton is a Camberwellian, better known for his exhibitions 36 Reasons To Love Camberwell and Picture the Block. Tom is a professional photographer, specialising in kids and food but  rarely at the same time. 'Being a little bit accident prone, I have had many a cause to visit King’s over the years.  The most recent was the time I punctured my lung (3 times!) and received only the highest quality of care from everyone, all delivered with compassion, professionalism and humour. King’s has been an integral part of Camberwell for a century, and long may it continue.'


Japanese actor by Alan Edwin James Weatherill

44cm x 63cm Watercolour on paper
Alan Edwin James Weatherill studied history at Sussex University and has worked as an art teacher in Bradford and Los Angeles. He lives in a village in north-eastern Poland and has had numerous individual exhibitions and taken part in several collective ones. 'Last January, whilst on a visit from Poland to my son, I was diagnosed with pneumonia and spent several days as a patient at King’s College Hospital. I was very impressed by the care and attention of the staff.'

Encircling Stone by John Hoyland

60.5 x 50.5 cm Paper
Guide Price: 
£600 - £700
John Hoyland studied at Sheffield College of Art between 1951 and 1956, followed by the Royal Academy Schools between 1956 and 1960. In 1960 and 1961 Hoyland was one of the youngest artists to exhibit in the Situation exhibitions alongside Harold and Bernard Cohen, William Turnbull, Gillian Ayres, and Robyn Denny. Hoyland's early geometric abstract works from this period gave way to more fluid, organic works. In 1967, he was the subject of a solo exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery and two years later represented the United Kingdom, with Anthony Caro, at the 1969 Sao Paulo Biennale.


Fragility by Helen Austin

52.5cm x 52.5cm Paper sculpture
Helen Austin has always lived in South London and has a keen interest in art and design. In recent years she has explored this further whilst receiving treatment for long term health conditions. 'Fragilty' is a piece that questions the infinity of our planet due to the breaking down of the ecosystem whilst highlighting the urgency to protect for future generations.


Peace be on your doorstep by Ashraf Kahn

24 x 24'' Mixed medium on canvas

Ashraf Khan influences range from 60’s Mods to 80’s Football Casuals, early 90’s graffiti and comic books.

Hunch Bunch by Jennifer Campbell

40 x 50 x 5 cm Foam, acrylic paint, Selo-tape
Guide Price: £300
Jennifer is currently studying for her MA in painting at The Slade School of Fine Art, University College London (UCL).  Recent shows include ‘Premonitions’, TAP Gallery, (Southend on Sea), ‘Habits, Cleavages and Fractures,’ The Rock Room, UCL  London) and ‘Ininland’, Inland studios, Camberwell (London), ‘Eastern Pavillions’, Bethnal Green Library (London), and winning first prize at the Barbican Arts Group Trust Open 2013 (London).


Naked by Hazel Loo

61 x 46cm Oil on canvas

Born in 1978 in Malaysia, Hazel Loo currently resides in London. After finishing high school, she attended The One Academy, K.L, majoring in Communication Design, but did not stay in this field for too long. Later she settled in the UK and pursued a career in languages.After she was diagnosed with cancer, Hazel was encouraged by her husband and friends, and was able to pick up her brush and colours again during one of her most difficult periods of time in the spring 2013. She painted with her sorrowful soul and tired mind in those sleepless nights. Now she is recovering from an operation. She still continues to paint but now she takes her greatest inspiration from nature. 


Stones of Venice Goldfinch, Diptych by Joe Tilson

40.5 x 51.0cm (unframed) Screenprint and Carborundum
Guide Price: £600 - £800

Joe Tilson originally worked as a carpenter and joiner before attending Saint Martin’s School of Art and later the Royal College. One of the founding figures of British Pop art in the early 1960s, Tilson has been a lifelong dedicated printmaker and has gained a reputation as one of Britain's foremost artists producing prints, multiples, constructions, paintings and reliefs. He now spends several months each year in Tuscany from where he draws much of his inspiration.


Inspirational Marginal’s –Dawn version by Phil Allen

40 x 30cm Oil on board
Phil Allen studied at the Royal College of Art  and his collections have been shown by The Tate, British Council, Arts Council and The Government Art Collection.

Adam's Apples by Karen Paxton

Triptych comprising 3 x  25cm square supports. Mixed media on paper.
Karen Paxton is a disabled artist, studying part-time for a BA (Hons) in Fine Art. She has Multiple Sclerosis and Epilepsy and finds that art is a therapeutic outlet for her condition.

Venice Sunset by Nikolay Boyadzhiev

100cm  x 100cm Painting collage on canvas
Guide Price: £1800

Nikolay Boyadzhiev studied at the National Academy of Fine Arts, Bulgaria. He is a Gallery Artist at Blackheath Gallery and has had solo exhibitions at, among others, Greenwich Inspirations Contemporary Art, the Bulgarian Embassy in Sweden, Bensen Galleries in the US and Irida Gallery in Bulgaria. His work is held in private collections around the world. He supports King's because '[the hospital] has been dealing brilliantly with my wife's difficult pregnancy.'


The Gardens as I remember them by Lyndsey Gilmour

29.7cm x 21cm Ink on photographic paper
Lyndsey Gilmour completed a BA Honours in painting in 2010 at Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen and is currently studying an MFA in Painting at Slade School of Fine Art. She lends her time teaching Art to young adults and children, all the while encouraging creativity and the development of their artistic visions.


Diseased Lungs by Kirsty Harris

2.5 x 3.5" Miniature silverpoint drawing on gesso panel (framed)
Guide price: £140
Kirsty Harris is an artist based in east London and has exhibited extensively in the UK and abroad. Recent exhibitions include WW Gallery, Solo Award-Group2013 (where her work was voted Visitor's choice) Psycho Salon at DKUK, Ancient and Modern Gallery and she is participating in Foam, a forthcoming project touring Wysing Arts Centre, Banner Repeater and Spike Island. 

Still Life with Glass and Knife by David Weekes

30.5 x 20.5 cms Oil on canvas
In 2004, David Weekes resigned from his career in finance to devote himself full time to art. He studid at the Open College of the Arts and at Heatherleys School of Fine Art in Chelsea, completing a Diploma in Portraiture in 2009. He works from a studio in Deptford and has exhibited his work at the Agora Gallery in New York and Mall Galleries and King's Place Gallery in London. 'In 1991 my son, then aged nine, was hit by a car. He was unconscious for several hours and it was decided he needed an MRI scan to check his skull for fractures. At the time such facilities did not exist in Rochester where we lived, so he was rushed to Kings for the scan. Thankfully he was ok and made a full recovery. We were extremely grateful that Kings was able to provide him with the scan he needed.'

Hare by Lesley O'Mara

36 x 24 inches Acrylic on Canvas
Lesley O’Mara mainly works in oils and acrylics and has been painting portraits for many years. She trained at the Heatherley’s School of Fine Art  and obtained a BA in Fine Art at Central St Martins. She has exhibited in London at galleries  including   Bankside, and the Hide Gallery in Bermondsey. O’Mara  was given the Deborah Roslund Purchase Prize at Dulwich Picture Gallery Friends Exhibition. Her work can be seen at her studio in West Dulwich and at

Paper Wings by Helen Toni Sired

24 x 33cm Paper

Helen Toni Sired is currently in her third year of a part time Fine Art degree after taking a gap year in 1994 that turned into 16 years. She lives in Surrey with her two children and, inspired by them, she has written and illustrated two children’s books. 

Yipee! by Debbie Pugh

40 x 30cm Acrylic
Debbie Pugh studied at Camberwell Art College. 'My connection with Kings College Hospital is that one of my children received excellent care at Kings in the children's ward when she was a baby, and that I am now an out patient and I am also receiving excellent care.'

Three Cyclamen by Janet Tod

16” x 22” Oil on Linen
Guide Price: £1,000

Janet Tod studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, graduating in 1972. In 1971 she was one of twelve Scottish art students awarded a place at Hospitalfield House Summer School and in 1974 she was awarded a British Council/Yugoslavian Government Scholarship to study painting at Belgrade University for one year. She has exhibited throughout the UK; her work is in private and corporate collections and the Duncan of Jordanstone College, University of Dundee collection. 'My husband is an insulin dependent diabetic and attends the clinic at Kings, I have also personally benefitted from treatment in Kings dental hospital in the past, and, my cousin who is a surgeon did part, if not all, of his training at King's.' 

On Broadley Farm by Ingrid Andrew

20” x 16” Acrylic on canvas
Guide Price: £60

Ingrid Andrew is a South London artist, poet and singer songwriter.

From the series From the series: Soundings from the Estuary by Frank Watson

12 x 10 inches approx Photograph
Guide Price: £100

Frank Watson is a senior photographic lecturer at Westminster University. His photographic practice deals with the spatial relationship between landscape and architecture. He has exhibited work widely including the Design Museum, the Museum of London and London West Gallery and he and has curated exhibitions including ‘Living in This Mess’ (2002) at the Morley Gallery, London. This year he has exhibited video work with Dave Lawrence at the Lumiere Cinema, London and photographic work at the London Gallery West. He has recently been in the Royal Academy summer show and has had video work shown in Finland.

Paintings by Dr Caje Moniz

30 x 40 cm Watercolours
Consultant Chemical Pathologist and  Bone and Osteoporosis Clinical Specialist


Sir Antony Sher by Andrew Ratcliffe

17 cms x 16 cms Pencil and green crayon on paper
Andrew Ratcliffe was born in Colne, Lancashire. He draws and paints the figure, and occasionally undertakes portrait commissions. His work is represented in The Royal Collection Windsor, The National Portrait Gallery, National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, Trinity College Cambridge, University of Liverpool, Loughborough University, Durham University, St Mary's Hospital Medical School, House of Commons, Lincoln's Inn, private collection of The Prince of Wales and private collections in UK, Australia and USA.

Crooked Well by Ella Kate Harrison

420 x 297mm Paper, Ink, Pen
Ella Kate Harrison has just completed an MA in Illustration at Camberwell College of Art. She has a studio in Peckham and her work is inspired by the local area. She loves to people watch, read poetry and let the history and folklore of a place inform her work. She enjoys the physicality of process in her working method, embracing experimental materials to create two dimensional and three dimensional work. She creates illustration work, large scale murals/textiles and installations.


Christmas Birds by Pauline Vincent

14 x 14 '' Oil on canvas
Guide Price: £200

Pauline Vincent studied Painting and Mural Enamelling at Central School of Art and Design which she graduated from in 1966. She worked as a Senior Lecturer at the Froebel Institute until 1992, and has since continued with freelance work in Art Education. She has exhibited regularly in London and her paintings are in public and private collections around the world.


Garden, Hammamet by Ann Winn

16 x 16'' Oil on canvas
Guide price: £1000

Ann Winn has had many solo exhibitions and has had group exhibitions at The Royal Academy, the Royal Society of British Artists, the International Art Fair London, the Arts Council Travelling Exhibiton and The British Museum.

Wanderlust by Wendy Frances

800mm x 300mm Paper and Textiles

Wendy Frances grew up and lived in South London until her early 20s. She is a trained nurse and has worked in adult and paediatric clinical areas. Wendy has spent the last 6 years living and working in Australia where she also studied textile design at RMIT, Melbourne. Wendy is now based in Kent where she divides her time between nursing and designing from her studio in Ashford.


Miles Davis, London 1984 by Nick White

300mm x 210mm Limited edition signed framed print
Guide price: £175

Nick White has worked as a professional photographer since the mid-80s and has had the pleasure of working with many talented jazz and classical musicians. His work has appeared in many different publications and been exhibited widely. He has a collage and several photographs included in The National Portrait Gallery collection.  Further information available at

Tigre IV by Gabriela Szulman

40x40 cm Mixed media on canvas –acrylic, watercolour, digital print
Guide price: £280

Gabriela Szulman trained in Psychology in her early 20s as at the time she did not feel brave enough to dive straight into an art career. She worked in the field of mental health for a number of years but always felt the ‘itch’ to do something more creative and eventually transitioned to running her own business and training in 3-D design at Camberwell College of Arts. She ran a ceramics studio for twelve years, supplying a number of galleries across the UK and also selling internationally. More recently her work changed direction and she started exploring ideas on paper and canvas more and more, which led her to take an MA in studio printmaking from The University of Brighton. Since 2009 she has been concentrating on memory-based work on paper and canvas. In September 2012 she had my first one-person show in Argentina, as part of Buenos Aires Photography Biennale.

Mooring by Eileen Cooper

33 x 44cm Screen Print
Guide price: £500

Eileen Cooper  studied fine art at Goldsmith's College and Royal College of Art, London (1971 - 1977),  where she now teaches print-making. She was elected Royal Academician In 2001.  In  2011, Eileen Cooper became the first woman to be appointed an Officer of the Royal Academy since its inception in 1768. She took up her post as Keeper, which includes her role as Keeper of the Royal Academy Schools. Cooper is one of the major British figurative artists who emerged in the mid 1980's. Coopers paintings and engravings are infused with strong symbolis, exotic colours and vigourous lines.


Political World 1994 by John Keane

140 x 106cm Screenprint, woodblock and collage
Guide price: £200 - £300



Still life with hyacinth bulbs by Carole Anne Shemwell

240 mm by 300 mm Acrylic on canvas
Carole Anne Shemwell studied textile design in the late 60's and worked as a carpet designer. She has have  in Camberwell for nearly 30 years and has always had an interest in painting and drawing. She has worked as a volunteer at Kings for nearly 2 years.

Olympic Aquatics Centre in Construction by Anne Desmet

9.7 x 12.4 cm Print on paper printed from a wood engraving
Guide price: £250


Faces by Eileen J Siley

42cm x 59.4cm Graphite pencils
Guide price: £350 - £650
Eileen Siley works part-time for the Southwark Police Community Group and is a carer for my mother and support my sister who is ill. She is also Vice-Chair of Oliver Goldsmith TRA. "I have always loved art. I believe it is in my blood. In everyday designs and even in nature I look for picture with in pictures. I have been away from art for a long time but, it’s like riding a bike you never forget. Picking up the pencils, pastels and paints as put me right back in the driving seat. My Mum  was admitted to Kings in Feb 2009 and has been an out-patient ever since and the staff dealing with my mum have always been excellent . That is why I am glad I am able to participate in the auction and give back."

Nuthatch Dash by Jennifer Dillon

55cm x 55cm Acrylic on canvas
Guide price: £150

'I grew up in Peckham and won an award for art, aged 5, presented by the Lord Mayor of Camberwell! I studied Biology at university followed by a career in nursing - painting and drawing along the way. I became a mother to Grace and over time I began to paint more and more. I have sold my work at local craft fairs and am co-founder of ' DAB Hands Art' an after-school art club for children aged 5 to 11, enabling me to share my passion for art. I have been connected with King's College Hospital all my life as my mother worked here for 40 years . I followed in her footsteps and was a nurse here for 15 years before leaving to care for my daughter, who has cystic fibrosis.'

Water Mill by Vivien Elizabeth Parry

20 cm x 29 cm
Vivien Elizabeth Parry was born 1954 and brought up on a farm near Maidstone, Kent. Vivien did a lot of painting whilst a patient at Kings. She was very good at floristry and needlework as well.


A Sense of Habitat by Rebecca Louise Skinner

72.5cm x 120.5cm Digital print of ink hand drawn illustration
'I have recently graduated from Camberwell University of The Arts London with a distinction in MA Illustration. During this one year course I have concentrated on my ability to develop hand drawn process. Using the finest rotring isograph graphic pen I use cross hatched pattern and pointillist techniques to be used as a tonal replacement. My subject matter, comprising of natural forms and abstracted shapes, creates a harmonisation between soft and angular surfaces.'

Dedham Lock  - where I swim by Philip Arundell

34x44 cms Watercolour
Guide price: £100

Philip is an amateur. Some of his paintings and amateur philosophy can be seen on Philip has lived in Camberwell, near the hospital for many years – and rents out flats in his second home to many King’s staff.

Intimate Lunch Break by John Yardley

22x31.5 cms Watercolour
John Yardley is one of the country’s top professional watercolour impressionists.

London Bridge 2 by Lily Forwood

111cm X 66 cm Mixed Media on Waterford Hotpress Watercolour Paper
Lily grew up in Hay-­‐on-­‐Wye on the Welsh border surrounded by books and mountains. She studied Illustration at Swansea Me books and mountains. She studied Illustration at Swansea Metropolitan University and has just graduated from Camberwell College of Arts with a distinction in MA Illustration. The small town nature of Lily’s upbringing and her recent move to London has greatly contributed to her current practice. Lily enjoys experimenting with a large range of media, conceptual illustration and as seen here, reportage style images influenced by her feelings towards people and place.


Chance - Pouring by Shuang Wu

Guide price: £500

'I set up to study the Industrial Design in HuaZhong University of Science and Technology. Product Design became the main aspect in junior with practicing in a studio to design electronic products for a year and a half. In two summer holidays, I had worked for a sculpture studio for my amateur hobby in sculpture and ceramics. After graduating from university, I came to the UK in 2012 to study the Designer – Maker MA course in the University of the Arts London. I like work with different materials, then understand their properties and languages to create a one-of-a-kind, freely and haphazard works. So in my word I use materials to range themselves. Now I have three series works, named pouring (jewelry), icing (goblet) and flowing (vase).'


SYM (jewellery design) by Litian Lin

100mm x 80mm x 12mm Walnut Wood, Acrylic, Magnet, Silver Chain
Guide price: £140

Litian Lin graduated at Camberwell College of Arts, University of Arts London in 2013 as a jewellery designer.


Batik Pool by Melanie Carvalho

50cm x 40cm Oil on canvas
Melanie Carvalho is an artist who makes paintings, film and collage. Batik Pool is part of a larger project called Expedition, where Carvalho travelled around the west coast of Scotland drawing and painting the tropical and subtropical flora that grows there, in the manner of a 19th century amateur explorer/botanist/artist. It was initially shown at Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland. Her work is in many private and public collections including the New Art Gallery Walsall, and the Red Bull art collection, Salzburg, Austria.


Where You Are, is Where I’ll Be by Hannah Luxton

22 x 22cm Acrylic on panel
Guide price: £200

Hannah was born in London in 1986, where she lives and works. She completed her BA in Fine Art at Kingston University, and graduated with an MA from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2012. She has exhibited widely in London and the UK and has been commissioned for several public art projects including the City of London Festival, Lindt Big Egg Hunt 2013 and the 500 Festival. Awards include the Betty Malcolm Scholarship for Stage and Decorative Painting (2012), and the Painter Stainers bursary for Fine Art (2011). In October 2013 she was an Artist-in-Residence at the Trélex Artist Residency programme in Switzerland.

Pink Noise IV by Dereck Harris

23cm x 46cm Acrylic on Canvas
Guide price: £400

Derek Harris is a graduated with an MA in Fine Art: Painting from Chelsea School of Art and Design in 1986. His work has been exhibited in one person shows and group exhibitions and he is currently Head of Painting at Wimbledon College of Art.

Habitats by Malgorzata Dawidek Gryglicka

h: 20 cm, w: 130 cm Photo Print
Malgorzata Dawidek Gryglicka is a visual artist, born in Poland, currently living and working in London. She studied Painting (1996-2001) and Art Criticism (1997-2002) at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań, and hold a PhD in Art History from the Adam Mickiewicz University (2009).

Shoal2 by Lindsay Farzaneh

76x61cm Acrylic on canvas
Guide price: £350

Lindsay Farzaneh is an IT professional but has painted for 30+ years. Two years ago she took early retirement and now paints on a full time basis. Lindsay is a local resident- both her children were born at Kings and her husband has worked for Kings for over 25 years.