Sunday 20 March 2022


I'm super happy and delighted to be having my first exhibition of the year! The opening party takes place on Wednesday April 6th from 7-9pm, and I really hope you can come!

It's at The Copper Beech Cafe, a lovely little cafe off the beaten track near Jags Sport Club on Red Post Hill in North Dulwich. The exhibition is on from April 1st - 27th. I'm curating the space with my friend and fellow artist Edori Fertig. We're showing still life works in watercolour, acrylic, monoprint, collage and pastel, as well as my large scale oil paintings.

I'm going to donate 10 per cent of any sales I make to the charity Depaul International who are helping people in Ukraine, to find out more information or make a donation please go here:

Here's some info on the exhibition:

Two Bananas brings together the work of South East London artists Edori Fertig and Jo McCormick. The exhibition reflects the fascination with still life that both artists developed while working at the kitchen table over recent months. The works, in watercolour, pastel, collage, monoprint and acrylic explore a sense of pause, and describe this time spent at home with vibrancy and hope. Also on show are Jo's large scale oil paintings in the style of psychedelic Victoriana.

Edori Fertig is a visual artist, local art teacher, founding member of the Skip Sisters and singer for Deptford Wives. Her passion for collecting unusual and often overlooked objects from humble sources features in her still life paintings and collages. Her use of pattern and bright colour gives the images a surreal quality, with layered and cubist inspired perspectives.

Jo McCormick is a professional fine artist with over 30 years' experience. An interdisciplinary artist working across media from painting in oils and watercolour to live art and performance, Jo teaches art both independently and for organisations such as Adult Learning Lewisham. Through her fascination with colour theory Jo explores everyday and historical subject matter through simplification and texture, using bright scumbling, loose layered and impasto brushwork, wax resist, drawing, and hand made stencils.