Mark Burrell CV

2019

Open Studios – Artist Studio open to public June 2019

Resident Artist – Ferini Art Gallery Pakefield

Lowestoft Maritime Museum – Permanent collection

2018

Skippings Gallery Great Yarmouth – Two man show

Open Studios – Artist Studio open to public June 2018

Resident Artist – Ferini Art Gallery Pakefield

2017

Buckingham Gallery Southwold – Artwork on show

Waveney and Blyth  Arts – Within Our Midst – Art trail and visit to Marks studio

Open Studios – Artist Studio open to public June 2017

Resident Artist – Ferini Art Gallery Pakefield

2016

Buckingham Gallery Southwold – Artwork on show

Mustard TV – Artwork shown in documentary ‘ A Portrait of Evered Wigg’ throughout the year

Open Studios – Artist Studio open to public June 2016

Resident Artist – Ferini Art Gallery Pakefield

2015

Open Studios – Artist Studio open to public June 2015

Craft Co Art gallery Southwold – Two Man Show – September 2015

Resident Artist – Ferini Art Gallery Pakefield

2014

Ferini Art Gallery PakefieldOne-Man Show exhibiting in December 2014

Ferini Art Gallery Pakefield – Artist in situ and also showing as part of the SOS East Anglian Art Trail

The Coconut Loft Cafe and Art Gallery – Lowestoft Suffolk Marks work in opening Show

Suffolk Open Studios  Mark opens his studio and home to the public

Great Yarmouth Library – Two Man Show

2013

Assembly House Art Show 2013: Arts Alive Norwich, Norfolk

2012

West halls Secret Postcard Auction Patron: Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cambridge. Exhibitors include the Prime Minster David Cameron, Nick Clegg, Twiggy, Maggi Hambling, Bernard Hill, Tessa Newcomb

2011

Assembly House Art Show 2011: Flying Colours Fascinating Forms

The Book ‘How Artists see Nature’ Printed by Green Pebble.

The Book ‘How Artists see People’ Printed by Green Pebble.

2010

The Book ‘How Artists see Places’ Printed by Green Pebble.

Eastern Open Kings Lynn

2008

Norwich Castle MuseumArt Show’ A Portrait of ‘Big Jon and The Bubblegum Gods’  Royal Academy Judges

2007

The Cut Halesworth – ‘Christmas Art Show’ Prize Winner of’The People’s Choice’

2006

Exhibited at ‘The House of Commons, London

Anglia Television – Part of the series ‘Coastal Inspirations’ Filmed in Lowest Suffolk, Interviewed on Television and Work Exhibited

2004

The Iron Bridge’ Book – ‘Drawings and Paintings’ by Mark Burrell, Written by John Ward

2003

Interart Gallery, New York

Cork Street Gallery, London

Galleriart – Kirkcudbright, Scotland

Williamsburg Historical Art Centre, New York, America

1999

The Eastern Open Kings Lynn – Painting Highly Commended

1996

BBC 2 Television Programme ‘Matter of Fact’ Cabbage Patch War Paintings Shown

1995

Exhibited at Norwich Castle Museum – Norwich, Norfolk

1992

Video of Artist’s Work, Created by Mike Toll

1991

A View of the New, Royal Over-Seas League London. Winner of ‘The Lucy Morison Memorial Prize’ Patron: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.

Anglia Television ‘Moving Art’ awarded First Prize by Bill Oddie. Presenter George Melly. Interviewed by, Sister Wendy Beckett.

The Eastern Open Kings Lynn – Painting Highly Commended

Exhibitions Include

The Royal Academy, London

Cork Street Gallery, London

Galleriart – Kirkcudbright, Scotland

Williamsburg Historical Art Centre, New York, America

Interart Gallery New York City, USA

Galerie de Vis Noorderhaven, Holland

The Affordable Art Fair, London

The Discerning Eye – The Mall Galleries, London

Chappell Gallery, Essex – One Man Exhibition

British Artists – The Jarvis Centre, New York Art Expo 99, New York City, USA

The Minories Art Gallery, Colchester – Selectors: Griff Rhys Jones & Mark Wallinger

Le Chat Noir Gallery, Mayfair London

LOGOS Art Gallery, Bloomsbury, London

The Mall Galleries (Discerning Eye) London – Paintings Selected by Julian Spalding

ArtGallery & Museum Director Glasgow & Edward Lucie-Smith – Art Historian Writer & Critic

The Fruit Market Gallery – 7th National Award, Edinburgh & Sotheby’s New Bond Street,

London – The Spectator

Contact Gallery, Three-Man Show (The Human Condition)

Contact Gallery, Two-Man Show

The Knapp Gallery, London