Edwina Leapman

Sea Light, 2004, acrylic on canvas, 101,5 x 97 cm

Deep Sea Green and Gold, 2005, acrylic on canvas, 61 x 61 cm

White Shadow, 2001, acrylic on canvas, 209 x 132 cm

BIOGRAPHY

Born 1934 in Hampshire.
Lives and works in London.

  1. 1951-57
    1. Studied at Slade School and Central School of Arts and Crafts
  2. 1963-75
    1. Part-time teaching

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  1. 1974
    1. New Art Centre, London
  2. 1976
    1. Annely Juda Fine Art, London
  3. 1979
    1. Galerie Loyse Oppenheim, Nyon, Switzerland
    2. Galerie Ardine, The Hague
  4. 1980
    1. Annely Juda Fine Art, London
  5. 1987
    1. Juda Rowan Gallery, London
  6. 1990
    1. Galerie KonstruktivTendens, Stockholm
  7. 1991
    1. Serpentine Gallery, London
  8. 1993
    1. Annely Juda Fine Art, London
  9. 1996
    1. ACPViviane Ehrii, Zurich (with Nathan Cohen)
  10. 1998
    1. Annely Juda Fine Art, London
    2. ACP Viviane Ehrii, Zurich
  11. 2002
    1. Annely Juda Fine Art, London
    2. Galerie KonstruktivTendens, Stockholm
  12. 2006
    1. Annely Juda Fine Art, London

Selected Group Exhibitions

  1. 1954
    1. Young Contemporaries, Arts Council Travelling Exhibition
  2. 1955
    1. Young Artists, Daily Express, London 1954-56 The London Group
  3. 1966
    1. Signals Gallery, London
  4. 1967
    1. Four Abstract Painters, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
    2. Survey '67, Camden Arts Centre, London
  5. 1969
    1. Play Orbit, Welsh Arts Council and
    2. Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
  6. 1970
    1. Color Extensions, Camden Festival, London
  7. 1971
    1. Silence, Camden Arts Centre, London
  8. 1972
    1. John Moores Exhibition, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
  9. 1974
    1. John Moores Exhibition, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
    2. Post Minimal Painting, Scottish Arts Council, Edinburgh Air Gallery, London
  10. 1976
    1. John Moores Exhibition, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool (prize winner)
    2. Rini Dippel: A selection of six painters. Air Gallery, London
  11. 1977
    1. Galerie Loyse Oppenheim, Nyon, Switzerland
  12. 1978
    1. Hayward Annual '78, Hayward Gallery, London
    2. A Free Hand, Arts Council Traveling Exhibition
  13. 1979-80
    1. The British Art Show, Traveling Exhibition: Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield;
    2. Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne and Hatton Gallery, University of Newcastle;
    3. Arnolfini Gallery and Royal West of England Academy, Bristol
  14. 1980
    1. Eight & Eight, Annely Juda Fine Art, London
    2. Arts Council Collection, Hayward Gallery, London
  15. 1981
    1. Contemporary Artists in Camden, Camden Arts Centre, London
    2. Tolly Cobbold/Eostem Arts Third Notional Exhibition, Fitzwilham Museum,
    3. Cambridge; touring to Christchurch Mansions, Ipswich; Castle Museum, Norwich;
    4. Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield
  16. 1982
    1. Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, Juda Rowan Gallery, London
  17. 1985
    1. Small Works, Juda Rowan Gallery, London
  18. 1986
    1. Masterpieces of the Avant-garde and Three Decades of
    2. Contemporary Art, Annely Juda Fine Art/ Juda Rowan Gallery, London
  19. 1988
    1. A Disquieting Suggestion, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
  20. 1988-9
    1. The Presence of Painting, Arts Council Traveling Exhibition:
    2. Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield; Hatton Gallery, Newcastle; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
  21. 1989
    1. From Picasso to Abstraction, Annely Juda Fine Art, London
    2. The Experience of Painting - Eight Modern Artists, Arts Council Traveling Exhibition:
    3. Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne; Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield;
    4. City Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent
  22. 1991
    1. Art In Worship, Tewkesbury Abbey, Worcester Cathedral
  23. 1992
    1. Geometrisk Abstraktion XI, Galerie Konstruktiv Tendens, Stockholm
    2. Todd Gallery, London
    3. Juxtapositions, Annely Juda Fine Art, London
  24. 1993
    1. Arts Council Collection, Festival Hall, London
    2. Geometrisk Abstraktion XII, Galerie Konstruktiv Tendens, Stockholm
  25. 1994
    1. British Abstract Art - Part 1, Flowers East, London
    2. Lead and Follow, Atlantis Gallery, London
    3. New Painting, Arts Council Collection Darlington Arts Centre, Darlington
    4. Oriel Gallery, Clwyd, Wales
    5. Geometrisk Abstraktion XIII, Galerie Konstruktiv Tendens, Stockholm
  26. 1995
    1. New Painting, Arts Council Collection, University Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne;
    2. Norwich Gallery; The Drumcroon Gallery, Wigan
    3. Todd Gallery, London
    4. White Out, Curwen Gallery, London
    5. Geometrisk Abstraktion XIV, Galerie Konstruktiv Tendens, Stockholm
    6. The 10th Anniversary Exhibition, ACP Viviane Ehrli, Zurich
  27. 1996
    1. Mostly Monochrome, Green on Red Gallery, Dublin
    2. New Paintings, Arts Council Collection, Bath Museum
    3. British Abstract Art - Works on Paper, Flowers East, London
    4. Geometrisk Abstraktion XV, Galerie Konstruktiv Tendens, Stockholm
  28. 1997
    1. John Moores, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
    2. Geometrisk Abstraktion XVI, Galerie Konstruktiv Tendens, Stockholm
  29. 1998
    1. The Jerwood Foundation Painting Prize, Jerwood Gallery, London
  30. 1999
    1. A Line in Painting, Gallery Fine, London
    2. White Out, Gallery Fine, London
  31. 2000
    1. An Exemplary Life, Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery
    2. In a Marine Light, the Customs House, South Shields
    3. Underlying Perfection, Gallery Fine, London
    4. Blau bei Kemper, Galerie Kemper, Munich
  32. 2001
    1. British Abstract Painting, Flowers East, London
    2. Geometrisk Abstraktion XX, Galerie KonstruktivTendens, Stockholm
  33. 2002
    1. Drawings, Sarah Myerscough Fine Art at Reid Minty, London
    2. Geometrisk Abstraktion XXI, Galerie Konstruktiv Tendens, Stockholm
    3. Eagle Gallery, London

Awards

  1. 1976
    1. Arts Council Award
  2. 1979
    1. Arts Council Award

Public Collections

  • Arts Council Collection, London
  • The British Museum, London
  • Camden Council, London
  • Contemporary Art Society, London
  • The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
  • Manchester City Art Gallery
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York