Well, nothing is new is it? But after creating an artwork a day during the 1st lockdown I haven't managed to produce much at all towards the end of last year. But I have been mulling over ideas for 2021. Inspired by a phrase in Michael Hampton's Unshelfmarked [Uniform Press] I've been inclined to combine my photography, painting and interest in graphic design in some way for some time and I have included text in my paintings from time to tine anyway. It does mean that the finished pieces will ultimately be digital prints but I'm hoping [cue that phrase] Taxanomically Awkward. The image above is just something I knocked up to illustrate the idea for this post but I may stick to the double spread idea. Anyway, Happy New Year, if such a thing is possible!
.The Brixton Blog & Bugle Art Show is now online and will be for the duration of December.
My two pieces are right in front of you when you go through the "doors". Be patient, the gallery takes a while to load. You can take a guided tour or make your own way round the 70 artworks on display. Clicking on a piece gives you details of the artist, medium, size, price and contact details
Finally got some more work up on the Emerging Artist platform. Four more pieces are now available.
As expected, my solo show has had to be moved from next January and will now [hopefully] be some time in the Summer .
The Town House Open exhibition closes this Sunday. There are still some of my artist cards available in the shop though, if you find yourself that way. Pop in for cake and coffee.
5 Fournier St
London E1 6QE
The Brixton Winter Show is now going to be online. More details of that when I have them but it will be in December and I have no idea if my solo show will go ahead in January or not as both were due to be in Brixton Library.
I have finished [I think] a couple of canvases, fire and water, that I think will be part of a series called Elements. I just need to come up with an earth and air for the set!
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]