A Body of Artwork


Thirty Years of Work

Welcome to the fine art portfolio of fine artist Denise Evans exhibiting more 30 years of the artists work.

Denise a fine artist from London achieved her Phd in Fine Arts at the prestigious Slade School of Fine Arts in London. Her artworks have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and her work achieving numerous awards.

Her artworks embody a compassion and insight of the human spirit with a depth of understanding rarely seen in an artist.

For a decade and more she has lived life as a recluse in the rural parts of Weston, Missouri not far from the Missouri River, choosing to surround her art studio by farmlands and nature and not the bustling streets of East-London from where she was born.

These are her works.


A Retrospective

Retrospective: Over 30 Years of Artwork.

Portraits From Within:

A Retrospective: Over 30 Years of Artwork. At the heart of the artists work is a deep empathy to the human condition and emotions which reside within.  This extensive online portfolio takes a look back at over 30 years of the artists work of painting, installation, unique book-works and more.

Conversation With The Artist

Alongside the retrospective of work the artist shares insights to her work and of its creation and what the works have meant to her. Explaining why she has been drawn to unconventional mediums and the impact to the meaning of her work they have had.

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The Gallery Store

Fine Art Prints at the Gallery Store

From the Retrospective complimentary fine art prints of the artists works, museum-quality and guaranteed archival 100+ years. Available as fine art Giclée prints or stretched on archival matte canvas ready to be hung.

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The Artist

About The Artist

Denise is a fine artist from London. She studied at the Byam Shaw School of Fine Art in Kensington, London and achieved her PhD at the world renowned Slade School of Fine Arts, at the University College London, England in 1990. Her works have gained her awards for excellence and been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Oxford England. She moved to the United States 1997.

At the heart of her work is a concern for the internal, giving visual language for the psyche of the soul. Never shying about from the autobiographical instead using it as a well to draw from. Without question the strength of her drawing is exceptional and is a foundation to her art and expression. Even when her work spills over into words her creative voice remains true and they do not go unnoticed as the art critic Tony Godrey wrote:

“This is an extraordinary piece of work. It is one of the best attempts to provide an equivalent to different levels of experience – verbal and visual, confessional, anecdotal and speculative – I have read.”

This retrospective represents over 30 years of her works and the periods the artist has traveled.