Top Image – The painting ‘Off The tracks’ in The Spotlight Gallery of The Dean Clough, in Halifax. September, 2016.
The large mixed media on paper works tend to look great in these large, beamed buildings – such as here at Goosfest (the name coming from the words ‘Goos’ meaning God’s and Fest meaning ‘tree’ – God’s tree – because of an ancient tree in the centre of the village, I learned).
They work well unframed and in great spaces such as this old barn with brick walls and large wooden beams. Also displayed was the oils on canvas painting I’ve titled ‘The Old Watch-maker’s Studio’, which depicts another kind of old, beamed building.
‘Looking At The Reflection Of Reality’, exhibition by Mark Devereaux at Castlefield New Spaces, Manchester, December 2014. All photographs accredited to Mark Devereaux.
During Liverpool Biennal 2008, Albert Dock.
Exhibition: ‘Vital Energy’
‘Moving Air’, Solo exhibition Blackthorn Gallery, Birkenhead.
This was an exhibition of paintings as visual equivalents to specific pieces of music – ranging from Debussy to Led Zeppelin to Allan Holdsworth, at The Blackthorn Galleries in Birkenhead, November 1998. During the exhibition the recordings were played within the gallery.
Novas, Contemporary Urban centre, curated by Terry Duffy,
Liverpool Artists Network exhibition during Liverpool Biennal and Capital of Culture year, 2008, at Novas Contemporary Urban centre. Curated by Terry Duffy.