Welcome to my Home. Here you can discover more about me from drawings and colour work, through the books I've made and music I've played, and through films, events and other involvements. You can even contact me, if need be.
I have a drawing in the New Outside In Launch Exhibition @ Sotheby's, 34-35 New Bond Street. Private View 11th January 2018 @6.30.
The show runs from the 11th till the 19th of January 2018, all welcome.
The Guardian has written an article about the Outside In exhibition at Sothebys: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2018/jan/03/outsider-art-exhibition-sothebys-london-cardboard-chewing-gum-celebrity-spectres
An exciting exhibition of new and retrospective work is on show at Arts Network, 8-12, Eltham Road, Lee, London SE12 8TF from 18th November 2017 until January 2018
Parallel London – Free Family Festival: Drake Music connect and collaborate band appeared on the main Stage Olympic Park Sunday the 3rd September.
The fun run is only the beginning. Our free family festival is a colourful celebration of inclusivity. Featuring nine exciting zones, Parallel London 2017 will have something for everyone.
Arts Network New Premises, 8 -12 Eltham Road, Lee Green. Reception Gallery inaugural Exhibition by Phil Baird current through till end September. An exhibition of drawings, assemblages, decorated boxes and tiny canvases. Ring 0208 8522849 for opening times and full information.
Also recently shown as part of The Two Phils, dedicated to Nick Shaw, at The Salome Gallery, ended 29th July 2016
Salome Art Gallery, SHARP Team, 308-312 Brixton Road, London SW9 6AA, Tel: 020 3228 7050
A celebratory evening of music showcasing the work of Drake Music, an organisation supporting the work of disabled musicians.
Featuring "Connect & Collaborate", an improvisatory group of which I am a performer.
Friday, 17th March, 2017, 7.30pm @ The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH
PS: My second performance at the ICA. The first was 40 years ago as part of the "Kissing Bandits" barber quartet, as part of the Young Contemporaries Showcase.