PAINTINGS

Welcome to my website, which features my paintings and information about my work.


CREEKSIDE OPEN 2019

Wrap-up (San Juan, Argentina), oil on canvas, 115 x 162cm


My painting "Wrap-up (San Juan, Argentina)" has been selected by Sacha Craddock from 2000 works submitted to the Creekside Open 2019.

APT Gallery, Art in Perpetuity Trust, Harold Wharf, Creekside, Deptford, London SE8 4SA.

13 June to 7 July 2019. Open Thursday to Sunday 12noon to 5pm.

Opening Reception and Prizegiving Saturday 15 June 2019 from 3pm. Prizegiving will be in the Sculpture Yard at 3.30pm.


URBAN PEOPLE

"Urban People" is a solo exhibition of my paintings at the offices of International Law Firm DMH Stallard in central London. This exhibition presents a selection of my paintings of London, depicting aspects of everyday urban life in the city's streets, markets and public spaces. 17 May to 28 June. Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm. By appointment via info@frickletonfineart.co.uk

DMH Stallard,

6 New Street Square, New Fetter Lane, London EC4A 3BF.


HOMES & ANTIQUES

My house and paintings are the cover feature in the May issue of Homes & Antiques magazine, with a seven page photo article inside. Many thanks to Cavaliero Finn for setting it up and to James Balston photographer and Jo Leevers writer, for making it happen.

See the full feature here. Homes & Antiques


INDIAN QUARTERLY

Childs Play, oil on board, 29 x 36cm.

A painting I did 20 years ago is reproduced in the Indian Quarterly April issue alongside a poem by Arundhathi Subaramaniam. The painting is one of the first series of paintings in which I started to paint people in urban space. Indian Quarterly is a national and international culture magazine published in Mumbai. Link to it here.


THE OBSERVER

A 3 page photo feature and article about my home and paintings appeared in the Observer magazine (Sunday 5 August). See the full feature here.

The photo shoot was arranged through Cavaliero Finn gallery. To coincide with the feature, Cavaliero Finn published an interview with me about my work. See the interview here Trevor Burgess on Axisweb