ABOUT SIOBHAN                                               

Born Leamington Spa (UK) on 21 January 1969.

BA (hons) Fine Art from Nottingham and Trent University, UK.

PGCE (Art and Design) from Brighton University, UK.


Chasing Dragons, Yogyakarta

Exhibition at the beautiful D'Omah Hotel in Bantul, Special Region of Yogyakarta, May-June 2017 

Arti Gidwani and Siobhan King creating a conversation between ceramics and paintings


A Conversation on the Web

From indonesiadesign.com, indonesianluxury.com, www.ciputraartpreneur.com...

A Conversation...

Part of the "Arti & Siobhan - A Conversation Between a Potter and a Painter" duo-exhibition with ceramic artist Arti Gidwani at the Ciputra Artpreneur Gallery in Jakarta from 20th to 22nd of April 2017.

Diplomacy & Design

Article in Indonesia Design, Vol. 14, Number 79, April 2017.

Finding Inspiration in Indonesia's Stunning Landscapes

Article in Now! Jakarta Magazine, April 2017.

Works on the spot (IV)

At the Residence of the Belgian Ambassador to Indonesia, including pictures from Belga Image, 2016, Trax Magazine, 2015, and the book "The Icons of Jakarta", Dekranas, 2015.

Works on the spot (III)

At the Residence of the European Union Ambassador to Australia, from the magazine "Capital Australia", August-September, 2014.

Works on the spot (II)

At the Residence of the Ambassador of the Republic of Ireland, Jakarta.

Works on the spot (I)

Office of the Ambassador, Embassy of Belgium to the United States of America, Washington D.C., 2012.

Travelled Places  |  Forgotten Faces

May 9th – May 11th, 2014, "Travelled Places  | Forgotten Faces" exhibition, Gallery, Rue Saint-Georges 27 – 29, Ixelles, Belgium.

Traveling light

June 2012, “Traveling Light” exhibition mixing paintings from the Death Valley, 2011 and Elements in Confrontation series, Bethesda, Maryland.

Residency at the Red Barn

October 2011, artist residency at the Red Barn Art Center, Goldwell Open Air Museum, Ryolithe, Nevada.

Elements in Confrontation

December 2010 – May 2011, “Elements in Confrontation 1” exhibition at the Belgian Embassy, Washington, D.C.