Yesterday, I was very moved by a conversation with the inspirational couple who purchased this portrait at my 2018 exhibition. They understood so completely the amount of emotion that went into this drawing. M said to me, “It’s like the painting of Dorian Grey. Every ounce of pain in your life, every bit of effort, … Continue reading The ‘Dorian Grey’ One
I am absolutely delighted to be joining forces with the fabulous Ema Marinova, director of Cluster, for the 2019 Cluster Illustration exhibition at the Ugly Duck building in London Bridge. The exhibition opens 1st May and runs until 5th May. More details will be announced nearer the date. But I must share with you that … Continue reading Exhibition 2019
The Portraits by Natalie Knowles will be on exhibition at Anteros Arts Foundation in Norwich from Tuesday 7th August until 23rd August. After 17 years, it is the first time the portraits will be exhibited together in their entirety. The private view is Thursday 9th August, 6pm - 8pm. For more information about the portraits … Continue reading EXHIBITION 2018 opens tomorrow!
A CREATIVE ARTS POP-UP 1ST March – 7th March 2018 4 Garden Walk, Shoreditch, EC2A 3EQ I am absolutely delighted to be exhibiting limited edition signed prints of my Neuromancer, Dracula and Victorian London Fantasia illustrations at Cluster Illustration Edition III. CLUSTER ILLUSTRATION PRESS RELEASE Photos from 1st March 2018 private view ... on possibly … Continue reading CLUSTER ILLUSTRATION EDITION III
THE CARNIVAL QUEEN | Exhibition 2016 Venue: Sheringham Youth Hostel Date: Sheringham Carnival Week begins 30th July and runs until the 7th August 2016. Time: The youth hostel will be open to the public from 11:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. daily *** There will be a 'meet the artist day' on Saturday 6th August in the Dining Room at … Continue reading Exhibition 2016
LibertyIII YH361: the career of a wooden crab boat. An exhibition of illustrations and photos at Sheringham Youth Hostel’s annual Open Day. Saturday 5th September 11am-4pm.Sheringham's wooden fishing boats were captured in posters and postcards. The most iconic 20th century posters associated with Sheringham beach are by Thomas W Armes (1940-1949) and are on display in … Continue reading Exhibition 2015