Today, I’m gathering up all the odds and ends lying around the house to take into the new studio, so I’ll sadly leaving Mitre Studios in Walthamstow, a great studio space above the Paekakiriki press run by Matt Mackenzie, wish all the best to Alke, Della, Kirsten and Martin.
The new studio will give a chance to work on some larger ink drawings that I have been thinking about recently. 8 New pieces of paper stretched up and drying so looking forward to a week of submerging myself in the drawings in there.
In 2 days time the digital versions of Parassita and 5 other works will be presented at Art Paris courtesy of Saatchi online
Just a quick add – I am donating a new piece fragile to a silent auction, and sale over at Horatia in Holloway road tomorrow 26th March. The piece is entitled fragile, and is a graphite ink and tea sketch.
Just had an email from Saatchi Online to say that several pieces will be represented digitally at Art Paris later this month. I am happy to have reached the last 64 of this competition and voting is still open – The piece I have entered is Parassita, (soon to be available online through eyestorm) although I believe I am able to show a small selection of other work digitally too. Would be interesting to know how they intend to run a digital display at the show and how the work will translate to that format. Anybody going to the Art Paris exhibition?
I’m pleased to announce that 2 new original pieces are now available from Opus in Newcastle. The original works will soon be placed on display and accompanying these will be the sale of newly produced limited edition prints of Rose and The Harvest. The prints, produced by fine art printers Harwood King, are a combination of Silkscreen Varnish and Giclee techniques and are also available from the work for sale page on this site, thanks for looking.