RWA Academician PJ Crook presents an exhibition of new paintings and installations. A digital catalogue for the exhibition can be found here, and more information about the exhibited works here.

PJ lives and works in Gloucestershire and is an artist of international repute, having dealers in Paris, Canada and New York as well as London. Her paintings combine a highly distinctive style with extraordinary technical mastery. Rather than painting from photographs or direct observation, PJ prefers to draw from a combination of remembered observations and imagination, resulting in an intuitive and resolved composition.

Her work features in many major private and public collections including that of Imperial War Museum London; Lord Bamford; the Marquess of Bath; Paul Allen; Jackie Collins; Peter Gabriel; Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox. PJ has received numerous awards including an honorary doctorate of art in 2010 and MBE for services to art in 2011.

As featured on the BBC Radio 2 Arts Show with Jonathan Ross. Click here to hear more about the event. 

All works in this exhibition are for sale. Discover how you buying art can be affordable with the Own Art Scheme.



Ground floor gallery


Times & Prices

This exhibition is free.

Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 11am – 5pm
Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays
Last admission 30 minutes before closing


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