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Upcoming: Petts Wood Art Classes!

When? Monday mornings, 10-12. Starting on Feb.22

Where? Southborough Lane Baptist Church, BR2 8BQ

How much? £10/session

-learn to use colours with confidence

-from the basics of composition and colour theory to impressionistic techniques

-still life arrangement in place for each session, or just paint what you will and I’ll help when you ask

-get into the mood with the great masters of Art History, before tackling the subject

-plein air paintings trips later added, based on the group’s interest

-no prior experience necessary–come as you are.

Of course we’ll have a cuppa: bring a friend, too, and have fun painting!  

Any more questions? Drop me a line here

or call: 075 4568 5444

Show in Capital Art Gallery in Eltham: Feb 15-21

13 Well Hall Parade, Eltham, London, SE9 6SP

This is real fun for both artists and collectors: a group show with a closing day when all exhibiting artists are there and ready to talk about art–or just mingle and make friends. Thanks Karl for pulling us together and organising the event!


The French Collection exhibition:

I am working on some behind-the-scenes pages for you to read on how I painted on site and in my studio, sometimes from memory, other times using photographs for accuracy (prefer the real thing, though).

The French Collection by Zsuzsanna Pataki

London Waterways exhibition

Fine Art Exhibition London Waterways

Exhibition London Waterways

Ripley Arts Centre, 29Sept-23Oct
24 Sundridge Avenue Bromley
BR1 2PX please ring 208-464-5816 to view

Open evening & reception: 2nd Oct (Friday) 7-9pm. Please let me know if you wish to attend: Contact me

New Artist Fair Summer Exhibition

took place 4-6 September at the Old Truman Brewery, London. With artists from all over the world, the weekend was a rare occasion to talk to our hearts’ content with collectors and fellow artists in an otherwise solitary business (painting, that is).

Open Mind art exhibition at Coolings

Art exhibition at Coolings Garden centre, Knockholt, Kent


I had a pleasant weekend exhibiting my latest works at Coolings Garden Centre alongside ceramicist Kathryn Zamar and metalwork artist Nick Baelz. The generous, airy interior allowed visitors to contemplate each piece from a distance or up close. I loved answering questions regarding my working method and sharing the train of thoughts that inspired the London Waterways series. I have to commend the management and staff at Coolings; they went the extra mile accommodating our needs for the show. Thank to you all for coming, and here is a taster for those who missed it:

London Millennium bridge painting Zs at the wall SettingUp Setting Up3 Open Mind poster