I popped along to the Townhouse Gallery yesterday to see my painting in situ and all of the other works. It's a compact little show, but very well hung. I was particularly pleased with my exhibition cards, although collage isn't the whole story description wise. It has a piece of paper on it but it is mostly acrylic and oil pastels! Anyway, go along if you can, there were only three of my cards left unless they have stock in reserve [probably]
I'm dropping off my Woven In Time piece to the Town House Gallery today. Looking forward to seeing the artworks all together next week.
A date has finally been announced for the Town House Open Exhibition, in Spitalfields, assuming there are no new Covid restrictions imposed in the meantime. The exhibition will run from September 12th to October 11th in the Town House Gallery in Fournier Street. My piece, Woven In Time [below] will be included in the show and available to buy.
And those Paypal buttons I was wittering on about a couple of weeks ago have been removed. Too ugly!
This year's Urban Art Fair has kicked off. No sunny street camaraderie for the artists this year though. We are all online socially distanced but artistically united. It is mostly happening on Instagram and twitter but some artists have open studios. Follow the #urbanartbrixton and #artistsupportpledge hashtags to find something new for your home/office
I'm not sure when, but it looks as though the Townhouse Open 2020 exhibition will go ahead and my submission "Woven In Time" will be included. It was originally penned in to run from June to September but dates cannot be confirmed just yet due to current Covid-19 restrictions.