Merging Kingdoms will be included in the BEEP Painting Prize 2020


Launched in 2012, BEEP (biennial exhibition of painting) is a contemporary international painting prize based in Swansea, Wales. BEEP supports imaginative and vibrant practice in contemporary painting and the exhibition will take place from the 3rd October - 7th November 2020 at the new elysium gallery and its next door neighbour Liquid Gallery in Swansea City centre at 210 & 211 High Street. 

There will also be an expanded programme of satellite painting led exhibitions, residencies and symposiums around the main BEEP show in partnership with Swansea and South Wales galleries and arts organisations.
For more information: BEEP Painting Prize 2020






















A painting will be included in Bethlehem Boys Club III. The exhibition will be open from 5th - 18th December 2019 at Sidney + Matilda. BBBIII crest designed by Bede Robinson.

More information: Sidney + Matilda Twitter​. Sidney + Matilda, Rivelin Works, 46B Sidney St, Sheffield, S1 4RH.









































Prosaic Mosaic: Painters' Forum is Saturday 26th October from 2 - 4pm.

The Prosaic Mosaic group show of paintings at Bloc Projects will close with a Painters' Forum. The exhibition's participants will be invited to talk about their work and the show. All are welcome to this informal, discursive event which will be chaired by curator Katya Robin. More information: Bloc Projects (Prosaic Mosaic)

Reviews and features about Prosaic Mosaic are included in: EXPOSED magazine  nowthen magazine and Bloc Projects


























Summer 3 (Pannage Lane) will be included in Prosaic Mosaic at Bloc Projects  from 22nd - 26th Oct. Curated by Sean Williams, Bryan Eccleshall and Katya Robin.


From the Press Release:


PROSAIC MOSAIC - A Survey of New Painting


Part of the evolving Prosaic series, PROSAIC MOSAIC is a group exhibition of paintings to be held at Bloc Projects, Sheffield, 22nd - 26th Oct.

The exhibition features small works from over fifty artists. Seen together, the varied works form a larger picture - a mosaic of contemporary painting practice.  

Using a prosaic definition of painting - ‘pigment on substrate’ - has allowed the curators to showcase a diverse range of approaches to making. The way the work is displayed will trigger connections between the paintings.

The show brings together work by noted painters from across the UK, Ireland and beyond with artists from the curators’ home base in Sheffield. The curators are keen to present exciting work regardless of the artists’ perceived status. Equal standing is given to work from artists at all career stages, from students to prize-winners.

The exhibition programme includes a Painters’ Forum event which will be open to the public, providing a platform for critique and conversation. This will be held on Saturday 26 Oct between 2-4pm.



Private View - Friday 25th October, 6 – 8pm

Painters’ Forum - Saturday 26th October, 2 – 4pm


List of participants

Edwin Aitken, Norman Anderson, John Bainbridge, Marc Beattie, Helen Blake, John Brokenshire, Stephen Carley, Alison J Carr, Andy Cropper, Al Daw, Bryan Eccleshall, Paul Evans, Paulina Frize, Chris Graham, Nick Grindrod, Dale Holmes, Jane Horton, Katie Jamieson, David Jones, Rita Kaisen, Kieron Lake, Deborah Lee, Graham Lister, Christian Lloyd, Stephen Lowen, Lianne Mellor, Janie Moore, Connor Newsome, Josh Newsome, Lea Torp Nielsen, David Orme, Arantza Pardo, Robert Partridge, Mandy Payne, Georgia Peskett, Alice Powell, Katya Robin, Conor Rogers, Karen Sherwood, Gary Simmonds, Rachel Smith, Joanna Snee, Helen Stokes, T.A.R.A., Helen Thomas, Judith Tucker, Kate Whateley, Joanna Whittle, Jonathan Wilkinson, Allen Williams, Myfanwy Williams, Sean Williams, Clare Wilson and Lynne Wixon.


Social Media: @prosaic97 on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. 


Bloc Projects 

71 Eyre Lane, Sheffield S1 4RB

Open Wed – Sat 12 – 6


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