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Zheni Walker

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  • The wall of flame through which all must pass

    Type: Oils on canvas with Plexiglas dome and neon tubes

    Size: 100 x 100 cms

  • They dream of spacious pleasures

    Type: Oils on canvas with Plexiglas dome and spot lights

    Size: 110 x 110 cms

  • Empyrean: the home of the rose

    Type: Oils on canvas with Plexiglas domes

    Size: 90 x 90cms

  • The inconstancy of the moon

    Type: Oils on canvas with Plexiglas dome and knitted illuminated wire

    Size: 90 x 90 cms

ZHENI WARNER was born in Bulgaria in 1954 and studied at Norwich School of Art between 1976 and 1981. She lives and works in Norwich.



1990 Art Espace Gambetta, Carcassonne (solo show)

1990 Centre d’Art Contemporain, Rouen

1992 3 “Revelations”, touring the cathedrals of Worcester, Norwich, Bury and Ripon. (Solo show)

1998 Royal Academy, London

2000 Sainsbury Centre for the Vusual Arts.

2004 Contemporary British Abstracts, Galerie Last, Zurich

2007 Grapevine Gallery, Norwich (Solo show)

2010 Royal Academy, London

2011 NORDART 2011, Carshutte, Germany.

2012 Mandells Gallery, Norwich (solo show)

2013 Tanner and Lawson Gallery, London

2014 Gallerie Marzia Frozen, Berlin

2015 Castle Fine Art, Mayfair, London

2015 London Group annual exhibition.

2015/2016 “The light of the World’ touring exhibition to the cathedrals of Worcester and Norwich.

2017 Richmond Hill Gallery, London (Solo show)

2018 Thompson Gallery, London (Solo Show

2019 Ultra 19, Free Painters and Sculptors, London

2019 NORDART 2019, Carshutte, Germany.



London, Amsterdam, Cologne

Zheni Warner has pictures in private collections in Britain, France, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, USA, Hong Kong (ROC), Australia and Switzerland and in public collections in Bulgaria and the UK:

Bulgarian National Gallery, Sofia Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge Norwich and Norfolk Hospital Frans Mas Ltd.



Addison, Wesley Longman “Global Collection’; Visitor’s prize for the most popular work. Art, Space and Time Gallery: Winner “Abstract Painting” section.