Swipe for more images

Press Release

John Swarbrooke is delighted to announce a curated exhibition of new paintings by Lincolnshire-based artist Dominic Parczuk. Featuring some 63 landscapes, still lifes and interiors, the exhibition will be held in the heart of Piccadilly at Simon Dickinson Gallery. As John writes:

‘I am thrilled to be collaborating with Dominic on this winter exhibition in London. After eight years in the art trade, first at Sotheby’s and then Simon Dickinson, I decided the time was right to set up my own  advisory specialised in 19-20th-century British art as well as curating exhibitions with artists directly. My exhibition with Dominic will be the first of these and his distinctive handling of paint and colour palette caught my eye from the first time I visited his studio. Here we have the tradition of John Sergeant, of William Nicholson and Edward Seago but we also find something distinctly contemporary.’

Dominic’s career as an artist spans a decade and in that time he has developed an international collector base as well as taking residencies at Lincoln Cathedral and Doddington Hall. Previously he trained as a violin maker at the prestigious Newark school before studying fashion design at Central Saint Martins. As Dominic writes of his first exhibition in London:

‘It has been a real pleasure putting this exhibition together with John and I cannot think of a better venue than the homely galleries of Simon Dickinson. After the absence of real-life art events it will be doubly special to meet collectors both old and new and share this exciting moment in my painting. I do hope you can join!’

For further press information:

[email protected]

+44 (0) 7879214081