Here's a little guide of where to find my various works in the Streatham Festival.
These four will be in the Streatham Tate Library
These two will be in the Woodfield Pavilion
And this one will be in Charles Carter Hair...
There may still be others there and elsewhere yet.
Thanks to Art Radar for featuring me on their blog
I will be exhibiting with the Sprout Arts members as part of the Wandsworth Artists' Open House from October 3rd to 15th and taking part in the Streatham Arts Festival between October 13th and 22nd. I will have a larger work in the window of Charles Carter Hair, with Martin Grover, as part of their Arts Trail. I will have an even larger piece in St Leonard's Church and four smaller pieces in Streatham Tate Library. Finally, I will have another work in the Woodfield Pavilion.
So that's eight of my works that will out and about and available to buy in SW16 during October.
Tonight is the Private View and Garden Party at the Anna Lovely Gallery in SE26 and it's a scorcher in London. Been finishing a new piece for the next Sprout Open in October. It isn't finished yet but I sent a submission photo of the progress so far...
I've been entering some works to various Open Call type things. The Marshwood Awards, ING Discerning Eye and The London Group so far. So, let's see how that goes! I've had to create a spreadsheet to keep track of what is allocated where.
Three of my new Non-Places paintings have joined three of my Dante's Car Park paintings for Marshwood. Shanghai from my BoxArts paintings earlier in the year and Bordering on Minimal are submitted to ING Discerning Eye and one of my remaining Ugly Beautiful series is joined by a new work, Post Industrial Malaise, and my 3D, Brixton Art Prize shortlisted piece, Where We Used To Live will all be under consideration for the London Group show, which will be at Peckham's Copeland Park..
Before all those happen though I just need to find out where my work will be at The Streatham Arts Festival, to see how many I can get on display there.