Take a look at my previous exhibitions and art show appearances below – and watch my behind the scenes videos. Click on each exhibition description below to read the full story.
I exhibited once again at the Crypt Gallery in Norwich between November and December 2023 in ‘Pop! Goes The Easel’ – my most exciting collection of artwork on display to date. It was great to host my first large exhibition for a while, and to get several of my latest paintings on display for the first time. These included Debbie Harry, Elvis Presley, Liam Gallagher and George Harrison. There was also another Private View evening sponsored by Adnams. Read the full story here.
For this exhibition, I also launched the new By Kerwin House & Disco DJ Mix produced by my cousin Danny Blackburn. I also featured live on BBC Radio Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.
I was excited to exhibit at a new type of event in 2023, as the NSPCC North West UK charity team hosted two art exhibition fundraiser nights in Manchester. These involved around 25 artists displaying a couple of pieces each at Three Little Words Gin Bar, with 50% of the funds from any sales going to the NSPCC.
It was fantastic to exhibit my artwork internationally for the first time in New York City between 2-5 June 2022 at Saatchi Art’s The Other Art Fair. There were 130 international artists on display this time – the standard was incredible. I also had time to explore the city and take my By Kerwin merchandise on location! Enjoy the pictures below. Thanks to those who purchased artwork there and for the support online. Read the full story here.
I was very excited to exhibit again in my hometown Norwich in ‘Lights, Canvas, Action III: Homecoming’ between 23rd February – 11th March 2022 in the Crypt Gallery next to Norwich Cathedral, in my biggest and longest solo exhibition yet. My entire pop-art portrait collection was on display in the same room for the first time ever, along with my range of clothing and merchandise.
It was great to host various school and educational group visits and to meet hundreds of new visitors in my biggest solo exhibition yet, and sell 40 prints along with merchandise and the David Bowie original painting. I was also featured again on BBC Radio Norfolk, in a feature-length interview discussing the exhibition and my art. Read the full story here.
I exhibited at another iconic London location – the Oxo Tower Wharf Bargehouse – participating in Roy’s Art Fair among a total of 80 artists. It was good to exhibit in a new venue and meet hundreds of new visitors in the lead up to Christmas. Thanks to those who supported and bought artwork! Read the full story here.
It was great to host my first solo London exhibition and pop up shop for a week at Boxpark Shoreditch, displaying a huge range of original paintings, prints, merchandise, clothing, videos and even a By Kerwin Christmas tree. Boxpark was the world’s first pop-up shopping mall and is made up of over 60 repurposed shipping containers, bringing high street shopping, fashion, culture, food, events – and now art – under one roof. Read the full story here.
I exhibited at the October edition of Saatchi Art’s The Other Art Fair London at The Truman Brewery on Brick Lane, after debuting at their July 2021 event. It was good to be on display again alongside 140 emerging, independent artists and meet hundreds of visitors over the 4 days. I also showcased my range of products including mugs, cushions and coasters – as well as my range of gallery-inspired clothing – for the first time which provided valuable feedback. Read the fully story here.
It was a pleasure to exhibit as the guest artist at this private function and 25th birthday party in the Conservatory at London’s prestigious Barbican Centre. The Barbican is one of Europe’s leading arts and cultural centres – my paintings and prints were on display here for one night only, in what is London’s second largest conservatory. Read the full story here.
It was great to exhibit in the capital for the first time at the prestigious London edition of The Other Art Fair 2021 – one of the world’s biggest art fairs for emerging independent artists, presented by Saatchi Art and with annual events in cities including New York, LA, Chicago, Dallas, Melbourne, Sydney and Toronto. Approx 110 artists (from over 500 applicants) were on display, along with guest artist Ronnie Wood. Thank you to those who came and for your purchases! Watch my official interview for The Other Art Fair below. Read the full story here.
The second edition of my debut solo ‘Lights, Canvas, Action’ exhibition, at Anteros Arts Foundation Gallery, Norwich (originally scheduled for January 2021 but postponed due to lockdown!). It was great to get out again and show some friends and new visitors around. Thanks to everyone who came along and bought one of my new 11×14″ mounted prints which were on sale for the first time! Read the full story here.
In December 2020 I was delighted to showcase my entire range for the first time in my 10-day debut solo exhibition, ‘Lights, Canvas, Action’, at The Forum, Norwich. After a year of public art exhibitions being cancelled I decided to organise my own – it was great to meet so many people. Thanks to everyone who visited and those who made an original or print purchase! Read the full story here.
‘LOVE ART FAIR’ – THE FORUM, NORWICH | AUGUST + NOVEMBER 2012
My first ever exhibition experience was taking part in the Love Art Fair in 2012 in my hometown Norwich. Along with around 10 other artists, I displayed my seascape collection of 8 paintings plus prints and other merchandise across two weekends in September and November of that year.
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