A selection of my drawings are now available to buy from Mall Galleries online gallery, Buy Art | Buy Now.
The drawings are priced at £1,300, including framing and free UK delivery. International delivery is available.
I have been awarded The Alfred Teddy Smith and Zsuzsi Roboz Prize. The prize of £5,000 is awarded to a young artist, aged 35 years or under, for traditional skills, used in an original way. The Judges are encouraged to award the Prize to an artist who demonstrates a particular excellence in draughtsmanship and innovative thought. The award is to recognise Zsuzsi Roboz's enormous contribution to draughtsmanship.
My drawing 'The Co-Pilot' will be featured with a short write up in the May/June edition of Pastel Journal magazine, as part of an item about the Pastel Society Exhibition 2017 in London.
I have been awarded the Pastel Society Catalogue Award: First Prize, for my drawing 'The Co-Pilot'.
A written piece will accompany the drawing in the 2017 Pastel Society Exhibition catalogue.
The catalogue is available from Mall Galleries, and available to view online at both Mall Galleries and the Pastel Society websites.
Three of my drawings, 'The Co-Pilot', 'The Orangerie' and 'The Drunken Boat' have been selected for the Pastel Society Exhibition 2017 at Mall Galleries, London.
The exhibition is open to the public from the 21st February to 4th March 2017.
Admission £4. Exhibition Catalogue £3.
My first solo exhibition 'Abstract Storytelling' is open from the 16th April to the 19th June 2016, at Hogarth's House, London.
Open 12 noon - 5pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Closed Mondays.
Free Admission. Exhibition Catalogue £10
'Abstract Storytelling' is the first solo exhibition by London artist Steven King. These new drawings, made over the past year, are at times intricate and meticulous and at others bold and expressive. The work in the exhibition shows the artist examining his position; temporally, geographically, and artistically. Inquisitive and reflective in tone, they are a means to translate ideas into something tangible, through a careful, if nonsensical, combination of observation and invention. The drawings progress, a nod to Hogarth and his use of sequential storytelling, and explore the expression of the self; excitable, suggestable, and sobering.
The exhibition contains two essays, 'Abstract Storytelling' by Brian Watkins and 'Look Again' by Joan Dawson . These authors approach the exhibition from different perspectives, and provide different insights to the artist's work.
Heritage Manager, Hogarth's House.
I have been selected for the Columbia Threadneedle Prize 2016. My drawing 'The Pilot' will be in the exhibition at Mall Galleries, London. Open to the public from the 3rd to the 20th of February 2016. The Columbia Threadneedle Prize showcases the very best in new figurative and representational art.
The exhibition will tour to Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, Italy in July 2016.
My drawing, 'Night in Ziotte', has been selected for the Pastel Society Exhibition 2016, Mall Galleries, London.
The exhibition will be open to the public from 23th February to 5th March 2016.
Admission £3, Exhibition Catalogue £3.
THE SMALL SELF, an exhibition at Hogarth's House, Saturday 20th September 2014 - Sunday 11th January 2015; open 12.00-17.00 Tuesday to Sunday.
I have been invited to exhibit in The Small Self, a special exhibition organised in commemoration of Hogarth's 250th anniversary.
The Small Self is an exhibition of contemporary art, presenting self-portraits by major British artists including Sir Peter Blake, Jason Bowyer PNEAC and Royal Academicians William Bowyer, Anthony Green, Ken Howard and Humphrey Ocean in a tribute to Hogarth.
Free admission. Exhibition Catalogue £6.95.
My work has been selected for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2014.
The exhibition will be open to the public from the 9th June - 17th August 2014 at the RA, Main Galleries, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London. Admission £13.50. The exhibition catalogue is available from the RA shop or online.
My drawing 'Hogarth's House' has been acquired by Hogarth's House Museum, Chiswick, London. It will be on display in the Museum as part of the permanent collection.