Weef is an artist, illustrator and caricaturist. And has worked the best part of his career on Fleet street working as a designer - while contributing graphics, cartoons, caricatures and illustrations to The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Evening Standard and The New Zealand Listener.
Masters in Fine Art Printmaking
Cambridge School of Art
Furniture design and interior design
Jacob Kramer College of Art
(Now Leeds Arts University)
Renaissance panel painting
Byzantine icon painting
Slade College of Art, London
2013. Montage Gallery, London
2000. York College Gallery, York
2000. Coningsby Gallery, London
1996. The Laundry Gallery, Crete
1984. The Backroom Gallery, Edinburgh
1983. The Backroom Gallery, Edinburgh
1982. The Netherbow Gallery, Edinburgh
1981. The Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh
2014. The Polish Centre, London
2012. The New Art Exchange, Nottingham
2009. The A&D Gallery, London
2008/2009. Gravelly Barn
2008. The Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge
2008. The Old Trueman Brewery, London
2007. The A Gallery, Wimbledon
2006. The Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge
2004. Old Town Gallery, Margate
2003. Clapham Gallery, London
For the last 15 years contributing artist to
The Royal College of Arts 'Secrets' exhibition
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
For AOAP I wanted to show the various aspects of my work practice. I'm interested in faces, the body and still lifes. I'm very old school and believe that drawing is the basis of all creativity. ''I have intense periods when I cannot stop drawing, the ideas
and themes pop into my head and I just have to capture them on paper.
Picasso once said he didn't know what he was going to draw until he'd begun.
That's what excites me about drawing."
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