Many thanks to all of the organisers of yesterday's Camberwell Art Fair and to everybody that attended, especially if you were one of the people that bought any of the 12 pieces I sold. Ten paintings and two photographs I think. If there is anything you missed and it may still be in my online shop, so please check it out and if you would like to hear where I will be popping up next please sign up to my mailing list.
Finally, when you get your purchases up on the wall please post them and tag me [@stevewildeprints] on Instagram.
Once again, thank you everybody.
Out Of Order Spaces
Thanks to @mamfawilde for the photographs
Finally got some new work in the shop. It's been all about the paintings so far this year. Of which I have four of the Everything Is Broken series in various stages of completion. There are six new prints out now. Two photographs and four of minimal acrylics on paper. Part of the STVWLD series of 7" that I just made up when loading them up to Etsy!
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!
I did a little commission! Some layered sunset shots and a digital landscape of the Holms off Weston-Super-Mare. My mock-up below and the finished article in situ below that.