to Dec 4

Tenterden Artists

Paul will be joining Tenterden Artists again..this time for their Christmas Exhibition at Tenterden Town Hall.

There will be Paintings, Prints, Ceramics, Textile Art, Sculpture and Jewellery by the Tenterden Artists; Vincent Matthews, Birgitta Wilson, Alison Olorunsola and Susan Fields, and joining them alongside myself will be; Caroline Fraser, Sue Batt, Jane Gray, Sarah Stokes, Di Buttenshaw, Amanda Averillo, Flossy Watts and Sarah Sillibourne.

Private View: Friday 2/12/2016, 6-8pm. Please see Invite, you are most welcome to come along.

Friday, 2nd December: 10am-5pm   PV: 6-8pm.
Saturday, 3rd December: 10am-5pm
Sunday, 4th December: 10am-3pm

Free Entry

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to Nov 17

Art With Heart

'Art With Heart' at The Milk House, Sissinghurst, Kent will run from Monday 31st October until Thursday 17th November. Showcasing over 20 fantastic works of art, photography and sculpture donated by artists from the local area and the South East.

This special exhibition will be in aid of Save the Children, culminating in an exclusive art auction on Thursday 17th November. Pre-bids are welcomed. The evening auction is currently by invitation only, but if you are interested in joining us, please contact Jan Cobley on 01892 722476 or 

You can check the Facebook page of The Milk House for more information about the artists involved and the important work of Save the Children. They will also be sharing updates on Twitter closer to the event using #artwithheart.

The Milk House - Opening Times
Sunday – Thursday / 9am – 11pm
Friday & Saturday / 9am – midnight


The image of my work shown in the programme is not the painting that will be auctioned, it can be seen on my Twitter stream.

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to Oct 30

Kent Painters Group Exhibition and Sale 2016

Kent Painters Group (KPG) is now one of Kent’s premier art exhibitions. It has raised over £270,000 for the charities it supports.

Art Exhibition and Sale at Sevenoaks School. (Directions: No.18) on the map.
Original work from 60 artists, sculptors, potters, glass makers and jewellery designers.

Friday evening 6.30-9pm, come along and 'meet the artists' with a glass of wine in your hand. 
Saturday and Sunday 10-4pm, meet a friend, have a coffee or a bite to eat where there will be unframed art available too.

Free Entry

Supporting Kent Charities; Rethink, MacIntyre, Sevenoaks Mencap and Fynvola. (Find more Information about the charities here.)

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to Oct 23

Affordable Art Fair - Battersea 2016

Paul will have a few paintings at the Affordable Art Fair with West End House Gallery on stand K5. The other artists showing with the gallery will be Painters: Cliff Howe, Annie Waring, Dani Humberstone, Print Maker: Melvyn Evans and Ceramicists: Alison Coaten and Marie Prett. 

There are a number of free tickets available, to Charity Private View, Late View and for the duration of the exhibition. Also, a half price code if booking online. Just message, email or phone mobile number 07540005342.

Opening times

Wednesday 19 Oct 2016
Charity Private View 5.30pm – 9.30pm

Thursday 20 Oct 2016 11.00am – 5.30pm
Thursday Late View 5.30pm – 9.30pm

Friday 21 Oct 2016 11.00am – 6.00pm

Saturday 22 Oct 2016 10.00am – 6.00pm
Sunday 23 Oct 2016 10.00am – 6.00pm

Charity Private View £25

Late View £20

Adult weekday Advance £10 / Door £12
Adult weekendAdvance £12 / Door £15

Concessions weekday Advance £8 / Door £10
Concessions weekendAdvance £10 / Door £13

Children under 16 Free

Concessionary tickets are available for over 60s, full time students, and those in receipt of jobseekers allowance or income support. Please bring proof of concessionary status with you to the fair. Please note that purchased tickets are non-refundable.

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to Jul 12

at The Fishslab

Paul's Solo Exhibition at the Fishslab Galley. A mixture of new and older work, including some 'Daily Paintings'.

Wednesday 6th 10am - 2:30pm
Daily 10am - 5pm
Closing 2pm on Tuesday 12th July, last day.

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to Aug 21

RA Summer Exhibition 2016

For information about the 248th RA Summer Exhibition, 
please visit the Royal Academy website.

Main Galleries
£13.50 (without donation £12). Concessions available. Friends of the RA, and under 16s when with a fee-paying adult, go free.

Book Tickets

Sunday – Thursday 10am – 6pm
Friday 10am – 10pm
Saturday 10am – 10pm

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to Jun 19

The Lie of the Land

  • West End House Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

'The Lie of the Land' is an exhibition featuring the work of three artists with a love of the landscape: Paul's work will be showing with that of Cliff Howe and Clare Winchester.

Private View: Friday 29th April, 6-9pm.

Open: Thursday - Monday, 10am - 5pm.

Please Note: The Exhibition has been extended into June.

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to May 2

Tenterden Artists in Rye

An eclectic group show, including several award-winning artists come together for this 3 day show in Rye. An exhibition of paintings, original prints, photography, ceramics, glass, pewter, textile art, jewellery and mosaics. Taking place over the Mayday Bank Holiday weekend.

Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 10am - 5pm
Monday: 10am - 3pm

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to May 16

Drawn to the Edge

  • Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Commemorating the Centenary of the Great Explosion, on the outskirts of Faversham at the Munition Works, 2nd April 1916. A small exhibition of recent work in the Heritage Centre's Foyer, Inspired by the Marsh Landscape of the Swale Estuary.

Open Daily: 10am - 4pm
Except Sundays: 11am - 1pm

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to Apr 2

The Royal Society of British Artists 299th Annual Exhibition 2016

Paul is very pleased to have had two paintings selected to be part of The Royal Society of British Artists Annual Exhibition 2016 at the Mall Galleries.

More information about the RBA can be found here.

The gallery is open 10:00 - 5:00 each day, but if making a special journey always please check in advance.

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to Feb 28

Grain Store Studio Monthly Art Market

Paul will be showing some work at the Grain Store Studio's Monthly Art Market, this February, along with a number of other local artists. Do try to visit and support this new art studio in a beautiful rural location. It really is worth a visit.

The art markets will be running the last weekend of each month 11:00 - 5:00.

IMPORTANT: Please always check on the Grain Store Studios website each month for any changes.

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to Mar 20

'Man Made' Exhibition in The Front Room @ The Beaney, House of Art and Knowledge

  • The Beaney, House of Art and Knowledge, (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

'Man Made' exhibition, in The Front Room at The Beaney.
A wide ranging exploration of humans’ creative impact (positive and negative) on a range of environments: natural, domestic and urban – from architecture to appliances, transport to textiles, grand or miniscule. 

Paul has a pencil/ink drawing showing in this selected artists, group exhibition. 

Meet the Artists in The Front Room on Saturday 6th February 10:00 - 12:00.

Monday to Wednesday 9am to 5pm
Thursday 9am to 7pm
Friday and Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sunday 10am to 5pm

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to Jan 16

Paul Fowler at Betty Loves Bryan

Solo exhibition of work, showing in the upstairs gallery over the festive period.

Resume of recent work, including watercolour, mixed media and acrylic.

*P.V. - Friday 4th December,  6-9*
All are welcome for art, prosecco and nibbles.

.:Hope to see you there:.

Open every day 10-5 except Sundays 12-3.
Closed Wednesdays.

IMPORTANT: The exhibition will run until 4pm on Christmas Eve and resume at 10am on 2nd January 2016.

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ING Discerning Eye
to Nov 22

ING Discerning Eye

  • Mall Galleries - Federation of British Artists London UK (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The ING Discerning Eye Exhibition is a show of small works independently selected by six prominent figures from the art world: two artists, two collectors and two critics. The selectors each curate one section of the exhibition resulting in six smaller exhibitions within one, each with very distinct personalities. It provides an unusual opportunity for visitors to view works by lesser-known artists alongside internationally recognised names.

Everyday: 10am - 5pm

Find out more:


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1215: Runnymede Revisited - Oare
to Nov 1

1215: Runnymede Revisited - Oare


1215: Runnymede Revisited

At St Peter's Church, Oare

No. 10 on the East Kent Open Houses - Faversham Trail - 2015
Unless stated otherwise as part of the Canterbury Festival.

Work of international artists in media that would have been available in the 13th century, evoking the spirit of Runnymede.

17, 18, 24, 25, 31 Oct 2015
1 Nov 2015

11:00am - 4:00pm
(Festival weekends only, including 1 Nov)

Website -
01795 531684

Faversham Trail Maps and leaflets will be available from the Fleur de Lis Tourist Information Centre in Preston Street, The Library and Creek Creative.
For further information contact Anne MacLaren on 01795 535515 

1215: Runnymede Revisited

In Celebration of the signing of the Magna Carta, St Peter’s, Oare (now in the newly established Parish of Kingsdown and Creekside) will be holding it’s third art exhibit. Many may remember the Divine Dimensions Installations of 2009 and 2010, events made possible not only by the Heritage Lottery Fund but by means of the help of many people in the Faversham community.

As before, St Peter’s will have the show coincide with the East Kent Open Houses tour of the three-week Canterbury Festival, adding to the two other houses on Church Road in Oare that will be opening their doors each weekend from October 17th until November 1st. This year the Oare village hall on Church Road will be open as well, not only for tea and home-made cakes but for a view of ‘Matisse in Oare’, a show of colourful cutouts relating to the signing of the Great Charter, work done by children from local primary schools.

Feast - Liz Pyle

Feast - Liz Pyle

The exhibition at St Peter’s, ‘1215: Runnymede Revisited’, features several international artists as well as distinguished local contributors. As the Magna Carta had an influence on the Constitution of the United States of America, it is fitting that there should be some U.S. artists showing their work. Liz Pyle‘s great grandfather was Howard Pyle, known as the Father of American Illustration. Liz herself, a graduate of Philadelphia School of Art and the Royal College of Art is a well-known artist and illustrator who works in powder pigment. She is joined by Tom Lulevitch, whose illustration work can be seen in such publications as the New Yorker. In this show, however, he will display ethereal work in egg tempera with oil glazes. Four iconographers from the 2009 show will also present work, but it will be work in quite different styles. There will be examples of icons done in bronze and examples of medieval illumination. The show will include several members of the faculty of the Prince’s School of Traditional Art whose expertise will be obvious, and a winner of the Sunday Telegraph Watercolour Competition. Finally, Cas Holmes, well known for her work with stitchery, and Paul Fowler, whose watercolours on gesso were much praised at The Alexander Centre, and John Corley’s stained glass from Deal will make up the 12 artists whose work forms the show. The materials and basic methods of the art on display were known to the medievals, and that detail is expected to further unify the exhibit.

The show seeks to ask the question, if we were writing a new Magna Carta what would we add? For many of the artists the answer is a more harmonious world, a world where the honeybee stills hides within the lilies of the field.

The dates of the Artist’s Open Houses are October 17th and 18th, 24th and 25th, October 31st and November 1st. Opening hours for the Church and Village Hall are 11am – 4 pm . The church also plans other events on weekdays during the period of the exhibit. On Wednesday, October 21st at 7:15 pm, there will be an illustrated talk by the Lithuanian sculptor Aleksandras Alekjevas on the Bronze icons of the persecuted Old Believers, and on Thursday, October 29th at 7:30 pm, Bill Lewis the Medway poet and storyteller will read from his work with musical interludes from members of the Oare String Orchestra. A portion of the proceeds from these events will go to charity.

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The Alexander Collection 2015 @ The Alexander Centre, Faversham
to Dec 31

The Alexander Collection 2015 @ The Alexander Centre, Faversham

The Alexander Centre Trust (CIC), in partnership with Creek Creative (CIC), will be holding a year long exhibition of paintings at the Alexander Centre, - offering exhibition space to invited local Artists. The intention is for the exhibition to be a showcase for modern British Art by local Artists and for it to become an annual event.

The Alexander Collection 2015, in this, its first year, Paul has been invited as one of the featured artists, along with Cherryl Fountain, Barry Fincham, David Hayward and Anthony Bream.

Access to the collection will at times be limited, please check in advance.

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