9 January 2020 

Modern Art by Laurence Fuller

Laurence Fuller is my son, his father was the controversial philosopher and art critic, Peter Fuller.

I am proud to announce that Modern Art has just been accepted in it's first screen play competition; Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival 2020.

To watch the trailer click on the link below.


"Art, I believe; help thou mine unbelief"

Peter Fuller, one of the most influential Modern Art critics of all time, is making a name for himself in the art world of the 70s and 80s, disrupting the establishment with his radical ideas and passionate debates. It’s not long before his demons catch up to him, as he undergoes psychoanalysis to prepare for fatherhood and escape the shadow of his own evangelical father. Peter confides in his childhood friend Michael, as they develop a friendship with the Revolutionary art critic John Berger, which changes the course of all their lives and sends ripples throughout the art world, which are still being felt today. Artistic betrayals lived out on a grand scale, art deals in the many millions, new movements in art court an impassioned public. One of the last true Modern Art critics, Peter Fuller’s life was tragically cut short by a car crash in 1990, but his spirit lives on and his son survived the crash to tell this story.

Laurence Fuller, Modern Art, The Peter Fuller Project


Naturally as Peter Fuller's wife and widow, my work and early life are in the film. I am very honoured to be included in such an amazing project. Stephanie Fuller

Image Credit @laurencefuller

Modern Art a Film by Laurence Fuller



5 December 2019




Private View
2-4 pm Saturday 7 Dec

Exhibition Dates
10 Dec - 25 Jan


"It’s really difficult to talk about nature, because we feel nature and we smell nature, and in some ways that's like art. It’s hard to talk about art, it’s something that we feel. So what I try to do is paint the feeling of a day, a place, a moment in time." Stephanie Burns 



I am very honoured to be exhibiting with this esteemed group of British Artists at;

Linden Hall Studios
32 St Georges Road, Deal, Kent, CT14 6BA
Tel: 01304 360411  

Private View
2-4 pm Saturday 7 Dec

Exhibition Dates
10 Dec - 25 Jan


MW Turner once remarked that ‘the skies over Thanet are the loveliest in all Europe.’

Thanet Sky Painting by Stephanie Burns

Thanet Sky 2019
Oil on canvas
40 x 40 cm

My inspiration is drawn from the natural world. I am essentially an artist who depicts the natural world, working in the era of climate change. My inspiration is the innate beauty of life and the sea.


White Cliffs Oil Painting by Stephanie Burns

White Cliffs 2019
Oil on canvas
40 x 40 cm

Before moving to Deal in May, I visited the town many times over the last 30 years, repeated visits are an important part of my process. 
I need to take in a landscape, fill my eyes, before the vision becomes a reality on the canvas.


"So many great artists in the Linden Hall show — opens this Saturday. It’s in Deal. Last fair deal going down. Be there.” Matthew Collings