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TheWay They Were

'The Way They Were' Oil on Linen, 160 x 100cm April 2020

Following the Covid19 lockdown in March 2020, I planned to relook at work that I had previously started. For this piece it seemed very poignant given the current situation of social distancing. However with the title 'The Way They Were' also holds underlying and multiple ways of being viewed and understood.  I completed the work in April 2020. 

'The Way They Were' Brief process video

Andrea in her studio

“I see life as a passageway, with no fixed beginning or destination.
We tend to focus on the destination all the time and forget about the in-between spaces.” – Do Ho Suh

Who Cares Now?



Who Cares Now?

This is a set of work that I have been working on whilst the Covid 19 Pandemic has forced me away from my studio at:

Koppel Hive, London 

When I read about the 180 Health Care Professionals that died as a result of Covid, May 6th 2020 I wanted to create an artwork to reflect this tragedy. A testimony to our Key Workers.


Sadly the number increased and to date I have painted/ drawn 216 portraits but have 22 works where I could not find an image of the worker. I have marked these by their Job title and Initials.

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Who Cares Now?



The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

This is a set of work that I have been working on whilst the Covid 19 Pandemic has forced me away from my studio at  The Koppel Project. 


Delighted to be Part of the


Artist Support Pledge
The Good, the Bad & the Ugly
NHS Portraits for Heroes


NHS Portraits for Heroes

I was approached by Art Chisel Gallery to offer my services to an NHS frontline Key Worker to create a portrait.

I quickly found myself being overwhelmed by requests so agreed to take the first two amazing doctors who contacted me Lizzie and Victoria.


Portraits For Heroes
Lizzie (WIP)
Victoria (WIP)


From Koppel Central Back to Koppel Hive!

The pandemic has had a huge impact on many businesses and The Koppel Project is no different. Having been forced to close their studio doors they were the faced with the closure and redevelopment of their Soho site. Very sad but when your work centres around transience it becomes part of your expected life/work scenarios.


Studio Move
From Darkness
Flyer for Group Show 2020


From Darkness

Kaleidoscope Gallery, Sevenoaks Kent

Selected by Marcus Rees Roberts,

Curated by Sarah Cliff

Text by Dr Jon Shaw click here to read


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