Philippa Cannan trained in Fine Art painting at University of Brighton, tutored by Andrzej Jackowski. Graduating in 2010. She has already had two successful solo shows and her work has been exhibited in many group shows and art fairs. Her work is held in private collections nationally and in Europe.

I hope to create a sense of timelessness in my work and that each painting conveys a feeling of its own reality: a felt or imagined space, to which the viewer may respond. Animals, perhaps, symbolise life’s deepest energies: instinctual life. Through the process of painting, glimpses are taken into an arena of day-dream, memory and reverie; what Freud described as ‘free-floating attention’.

Philippa had a painting selected for The 18th National Open Art Exhibition 2014 at Somerset House.

Recent Exhibitions and Art Fairs include:

2014   The National Open Art Exhibition, London
            London Art Fair, Islington
2013   St. Anne’s Gallery, Lewes
            London Art Fair, Islington
            20/21 International Art Fair, RCA
            Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead
2012   Olympia International Fine Art & Antiques Fair
            Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London
            Naked Eye Gallery, Hove

2011  St. Anne’s Gallery, Lewes
           Stallards, Fetter Lane, London
           Hop Gallery, Lewes
           Kings Hill Gallery, Lent
           Affordable Art Fair, Battersea

2010   Naked Eye Gallery, Hove
            Gainsborough House Gallery, Sussex
            Painting Twenty Ten, Brighton University 

2009  Angela Bailey Gallery, Sussex
           New Works, Hop Gallery, Sussex
           Naked Eye Gallery, Hove


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