September 2020

Artist at Highgate Gallery exhibition ‘What’s in a Jug’


August 2020

Pre exhibition studio shot.

August 2020

Being interviewed in studio by filmmaker Enrico Elson for Highgate Gallery exhibition. For film see Videos page on menu

October 2018

Spilt Strawberries & Cream II selected for Wells Art Contemporary

December 2017

Joint recipient of Marshwood Arts Award  for Painting.

October 2017

Three of my paintings selected by painter Tom Hammick for Marshwood Arts Award. Finalist exhibition at Bridport Art Centre , Dorset. Taking place 4th November – 2nd December 2017.

     Chair, Open Drawer with Stool II 2017.Oil on Canvas.30.5 x 20cm.12 x 8in

April 2017

Two of my Fisherman Paintings going “back home” to Kilmore Quay, Ireland, the wonderful fishing village that inspired them, for the inaugural Catch 2017 Contemporary Art Exhibition, Stella Maris Centre.10th to 22nd April 2017


April 2016

Four of my 2011 Fisherman Paintings will be on show at the Cromer Museum, Norfolk from 25th June to 4th September 2016

          Sumray_Jason_ (43)

April 2016

I am curating exhibition of my great friend and mentor POW Ronald Delavigne 1918 – 2013 at Highgate Gallery, Highgate Literary & Scientific Instit. 15th to 28th April 2016.


January 2015

Invited by artist Emma Holliday to do two drawings in collaboration with my sister Lou Sumray as a “Drawing Partner”. Now on show as part of ‘Be Drawn In’ at the Port of Tyne Gallery, The Customs House, Newcastle, until 28th February 2015

October 2015

Puppy Love I shortlisted for Bryant &Keeling Painting prize at One Church Street Gallery, Great Missenden, Bucks HP16 0AX. The exhibition ‘Painting Now’ runs from 7th to 22nd November

April 2012

Series of paintings Krapp’s Last Tape to go to Enniskillen,NI for ‘Happy Days’ : the inaugural International Beckett Festival. They will be exhibited in Becketts old school-Portora Royal School

Figure with Projector II 2011.Oil on Canvas. 115 x 120cm (46 x 48in)
Figure with Projector II 2011

February 2015

Nessa Finnegan, Rowan Arts Curator chooses ‘Rope Dance’ 2005 to go on loan to Rowan Arts’ office, ‘The Studios’ 10 Hornsey St.

“I was attracted to the colours….the blue background and the colour of the rope and movement of the figure” Nessa Finnegan.

“It seems like it’s floating….fine movement. There is a dynamic but not aggressive- the figure is emerging” Judit Soos, Rowan Arts volunteer Islington Exhibits

Studio visits welcome, by appointment.

London N17