SOLO SHOWS

2017

Stephen Webster, Rodeo Drive, Beverley Hills, LA. ‘The Hand You Are Dealt’

2016

Hix Art Gallery, London. ‘Metaphors For Mankind’

2013

Lazarides Gallery, Greek St, London. ‘Lost world of Innocence’

2011

Lazardies Gallery, Rathbone Place, London. ‘The Home Unleashed’

2010

Lazardies Gallery, Rathbone Place, London. ‘The Home Unleashed’

2008

Lazarides Gallery, Greek St, London. ‘Lost world of Innocence’

2006

“Soundbyte”, Solo Exhibition, Bologna, Italy.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2020

Frestonian Gallery, London. ‘Works on Paper’

2019

Serena Morton Gallery, Rathbone Place, London.

2018

The Collective, curated by Stephen Williams.

2017

Christies, BFAMI Auction.

2013

Outsiders, Greek Street, London.

2013

Getty Images Gallery, London. ‘Feeling Good’

2013

Hix Art Gallery, London. ‘Menus’

2013

Copelousoz Family Museum ’35 x 35′

2012

LazaridesThe Old Vic Tunnels, London. ‘Bedlam’

2012

The Public, West Bromwich. ‘The Art of Architecture’ Selected from Frank Cohen Collection.

2012

Tramshed,, London. ‘Cock ‘n Bull’

2012

Hix Belgraves, London, Belgravia.

2011

Helen & Douglas House, Delfina Studios, London. ‘Life!’

2011

Lazarides, Old Vic Tunnels, London. ‘The Minotaur’

2010

Frieze Art FairColaboration with Mark Hix, menus for pop-up restaurant.

2009

Hix Restaurant, Brewer St, London.

2009

Lazarides Gallery, Rathbone Place, London. ‘Grow Up’

2008

Helen & Douglas House, Delfina Studios, London. ‘Life!’

2008

The New Art Gallery, Walsall. England. ‘Outsiders’

2008

Lazarides, Old Vic Tunnels, London. ‘Shut Down Show’

2008

The BoweryNew York. ‘Outsiders’

2008

Lazarides, Charing Cross Rd, London. ‘Outsiders’

2007

Lazarides Gallery, Newcastle.

2007

Form Art Fair, Olympia, London.

2007

Royal College of Art, ’20/21 International’

2007

London Art Fair, Islington, London.

2006

Urban Spaces, ‘the ideal, real and obsolete’ , curated by Liz Aston (online exhibition Axisweb).

2006

Zizi Gallery, London. ‘Warning this Art Can Seriously Affect You and Those Around You’

2006

Twist Art & Design, Chelsea, London. ‘Blooming’

2006

Stroud House Gallery, ‘Building On – Architecture But Not as You Know It’.

2007

Old Chelsea School of Art, London. ‘Life Squared’

2005

Painter Stainers Hall, London.

2004

Buoy Wharf, London.

2003

Ecole Superieure des Beaux Arts d’Aix-en-Provence, France.


“I’ve known Miranda for ages and avidly collected her work along with the bespoke commissions which hang on my walls amongst other great British artists.”
Mark Hix
“I consider myself exceptionally fortunate to have Miranda Donovan’s ‘Be Brave and Love’ hanging boldly in my sitting room. Having followed the artist for a number of years I have witnessed how her style has evolved and the journey she has taken.  ‘Be Brave and Love’ embodies numerous contractions from colour to form, shape, space and texture resulting in what I consider to be the most life enriching piece of art that I own.”
Alexandra Spencer Churchill - Collector
“I love how Miranda’s work shows the beauty in urban decay. I’ve been collecting her work since 2005 and they bring me much joy and lots of compliments”
Alex St John Webster - Collector
“Miranda Donovan’s multi-layered works reflect the rawness and vulnerability of the contemporary human condition. At once beautiful and abject, her ‘sculptural paintings’ feature street art; uncanny, alien characters; and the discarded oddities of man’s thoughtless way of life, amid leafy trees and resilient urban undergrowth. There is disorder and decay; crumbling bricks built up as a palimpsest of pencil marks, paint and sgraffito; and yet undeniable signs of new life – and hope – blossoming through. As a metaphor for humankind, Donovan’s works could scarcely be more apt in the atmosphere of the current pandemic.”
Anna McNay - Curator / Art Writer
“I have been continuously collecting Miranda’s work for the past 8 years. Her ability to blend Street Art with Fine Art via unconventional media is fresh and exciting. That coupled with her unique perception of urban landscape makes her a standout in today’s art world.”
Andrew Ipkendanz - Collector
“I have followed Miranda’s career from the outset (and regret every day I didn’t buy her work sooner). Her unique style, topical subject matter and original use of materials and colour create works of great depth both emotionally and physically.”
Davina Barber - Curator
“We have been following Miranda’s work for over 20 years and feel privileged to have been able to own various pieces in that time. She is a talent, who continues to inspire and surprise us, and we always look forward to seeing any new works in huge anticipation.”  
Lucinda & James Aumonier - Collectors
“I love Miranda’s work; so clever, witty and individual.”
Francie Clarkson