Forthcoming exhibitions for 2015

John Cage In a Landscape 1948

John Cage In a landscape 1948.  Graphite charcoal chalk and wax 60 x 80 cms. 2014.

Forthcoming for 2015



Royal West of England Academy Open Drawing Exhibition

21 March – 7 June 2015.

This year the selection panel includes: Anita Taylor, Jerwood Drawing Prize founder; Kate MacFarlane, Director of Drawing Room, London; Yvonne Crossley RWA, artist and founder of The Drawing Gallery; and artists Tim Harrisson RWA and Fiona Robinson RWA.

As a selector one of my drawings will be included in the exhibition.


× NOVEMBER 6 – DECEMBER 20, 2014
× 111 FRONT ST #212 BROOKLYN, NY 11201

Drawing No. 10

Masters Projects is pleased to announce a group exhibition of seven artists from around the country—Denver, Florida, North Dakota and Maine—as well as around the world—Netherlands, England and Germany. Titled after Rebecca Solnit’s 2013 publication about storytelling, Faraway Nearby explores the concept of distance, defined both physically and psychologically, through the mapping of time and history, space and remoteness, decay and transformation. Focusing on visual storytelling through a variety of media—painting, photography, sculpture, drawing, mixed-media, printmaking—this exhibition combines a uniquely diverse group of contemporary international artists: Peter Buechler, Karl Klingbiel, Billy Kidd, Erik Hougen, Cecilia Vissers, Kate Beck and Fiona Robinson.

Many of the works in this exhibition will be shown for the first time. The seven artists represented engage a variety of cultural differences, artistic processes and aesthetic traditions, while wrestling with complex topics such as the veracity of history, the nature of interpretation, subjective versus objective truth, and the ways in which objects and images from the past embody cultural memory. The diversity of these artists provide substantial evidence for the gallery’s interests in representing not just a local idealism, but an international one, from the Abstract Expressionist brushwork of Karl Klingbiel to the conceptual pixel paintings works of Peter Buechler, to the minimalist anodized aluminum sculptures of Cecllia Vissers.

Though each artist’s obvious uniqueness is celebrated, the generational span among them also reveals interesting parallels and influence: Klingbiel’s abstractions lead to Billy Kidds’s documentary photographs of decaying florals, to Fiona Robinson’s sensitive drawings of sea foam, to Kate Beck’s chance-driven exploration of painting. Buechler’s large scale pixel paintings of every interiors are reflected in Erik Hougen’s straight-photography-styled silkscreens on canvas, which reflect back on a separate series of found objects—antique lithographs of art historical landscape masked with vintage vellum. Ultimately, the seven are united by the conceptual construction of their imagery and the physical process entailed in its making, their artistic practice met with determination and profound self-awareness.

For more information please contact the gallery at 646-926-2787 or


Royal West of England Academy 162nd Annual Open Exhibition

12 October – 7 December 2014.



Robinson Fiona - 1 Prelude

Prelude 2 from Bach’s Suite for Unaccompanied Cello no. 1 in G.  Graphite charcoal chalk and wax 60 x 80 cm. 2013

on show with two other drawings in


The Art Stable, Kelly Ross Fine Art

27 September – 18 October

Jemma Appleby, Peter Archer, Frank Auerbach, Day Bowman, Reg Butler, Prunella Clough, William Crozier, Adrian Daintrey, Kevill Davies, Thomas Denny, Terry Frost, Duncan Grant, Tom Hammick, Roger Hilton, David Jones, Jane Joseph, Ansel Krut, Richard Lin, Robert Medley, Fiona Robinson, Tobit Roche, Celia de Serra, Liz Somerville, Rowland Suddaby, Keith Vaughan, Amanda Vesey, Toby Wiggins, Michael Williams

The Art Stable, Kelly Ross Fine Art, Child Okeford, Blandford, Dorset DT11 8HB 01258 863866

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