My portrait “Not a Penny More” is now available to view in the 21st National Open Art Exhibition in the heart of London’s South Bank at Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf. Not only that but I can now reveal that the portrait made it into the Top 10 of the World Art Vote.

I must say a big thank you once again to all of my family, friends, fellow artists, clients and, of course, fellow Blackpool fans who voted for the piece.

It’s been incredible to see a piece of my work exhibited alongside so many other talented artist’s and I’m especially proud to have been voted into the Top 10 of the World Art Vote which is sponsored by MS Amlin.

I attended the Artist’s Private View on Friday evening which was great fun with the NOA’s legendary Vice-President Gavin Turk speaking during the Prize Giving. I was then able to return on Saturday morning to take in the exhibition with my family and some friends. I’ve shared a few photos below. It’s a great show and if you can make it down there then you won’t be disappointed.

The show runs until Sunday 26th November 2017 and admission is free. You can find out more at the NOA website here.


Gary Armer at the NOA Private View 2017

Not a Penny More Painting at the NOA Exhibition

Shortlisted for the NOA World Art Vote 2017

Gavin Turk Speaks at the NOA Private View

Gavin Turk speaks at the NOA Private View


The National Open Art Exhibition at Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf

Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London