HOME residency

    2019: I have been gifted with sabbatical leave from my art teaching practice from May-Septemeber this year. I feel very honoured to have this time to re-ignite my artists practice after 4 years of life changing circumstances. I have created a  new working studio at HOME, and I will use this time as a short residency to create again! Watch this space!

    Pillow Talk

    2019: Pillow Talk is a South London Womens Artist publication that celebrates and shares the success of the traveling exhibition.

    then and now

    2018: then and now, is a Bowery Gallery, Leeds, publication celebrating 10 years of artist exhibitions at the gallery. I am delighted to be included in this publication. 

    Closer Still

    2017: Very exciting news that I will be showing my drawing collections Tasty and The Nights at Bowery Gallery, Leeds alongside artist Jenny Gibson between October - January 2017. 

     "Bowery Gallery showcases the best of emerging talent around, it is a place for engaging with contemporary art that will suprise and challenge."

    Pillow Talk TEDxUCL

    2016: Pillow Talk, an exhibition curated by SLWA, is traveling to TEDxUCL, Goldsmiths Library on 29 October 2016. How exciting!!

    Conway Hall Residency

    2015: South London Women Artist, (SLWA),  will be in residence at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, WC1R 4RL between November-February 2015.  Conway Hall is an Ethical Society, an educational charity whose aims are the study of ethical principles based on humanism and freethought, and the advancement of research and education in all relevant fields.  SLWA's project brings together a collective of artists who have reponded to the concept 'Finders Keepers Losers Weepers', Archaeology of mind and memory. I will be exhibiting two large circular works from my collection Shower. Daily admission 10-5pm.

    Archaeology of mind and memory, symposium with Proffessor Rebecca Fortnum, Proffessor Tina Chanter, Postdoctorate Fellow Margaret Carlyle and artist Jessica Voorsanger takes place Thursday 20 Novemeber 7-9pm.


    Forme Trinity exhibition at Oil & Water Gallery

    2015: Forme Trinity is an art collective run by Faye Diana Malcolm. Faye has selected my collection Tasty to be exbited in the Oil & Water Galler, London during April-May.


    2015: I have been selected to exhibit at Pop Living, at the Schwartz Gallery, London between 11.02.15-28.02.2015. Curator Ismail Erbil invited artist to respond to concepts of contempory living, hyper-reality and transmitted spaces.

    harrison fund Silent Auction

    2015: I have made a special limited edition print for a silent auction at Debut Contemporay, London; in support of the charity the Harrison Fund. The Harrison fund supports research into Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The exhibition, 'When boys become men' curated by Barry Martin and Klara Cecmanova brings together 38 artists who have responded individually to the theme. 20% of the money raised from sales go towards the charity. 

    'Human Suffering at a Time of Crisis'

    2014: I have been selected to show at 'Human Suffering at a time of Crisis', a group show at Debut Contempory, London. Curated by Mr Barry Martin the exhibition presents X5 photographers; Sassan Behnam Bakhtiar, Frederic Gedovious, Mary Osinibi, Liran Fisher and me who have responded to the exhibitions theme.

    Interview with Debut Contemporary

    2014: Meet the Artist Chantal Gillingham

    Good News

    2013: Debut Contemporary has selected my art works to feature in their Notting Hill Gallery.



    2012: is an international art directory that focuses on contemporary art practice. The directory has included my artworks to their listings. Visit my web pages!

    Axis Artist Profile

    2011: Axis is the online resourse for contemporary art in the UK. The website has selected my art works to feature in its directory - visit my artist profile!