New piece of work breaking down anatomical shapes into more abstract areas, not wishing to move away from the figurative but trying to incorporate successfully automatic and subconscious mark making alongside figurative drawing – starting to take shape I think..
The next show I am involved in is running at the East Gallery Brick Lane on the 9th of June featuring the work of 10 up and coming artists and illustrators, namely Lucy Wragg, Thomas Erntwhistle Leadbetter, Katie Woodger, Jo Cheung, Rosie Smith, Eleanor Bedlow, Sean Burtenshaw, Chetan Kumar, Emma Cowley and Myself
Collectively, we are proud to invite you to
Sorted will be opening it’s doors to you lovely people on
Thursday June 9th from 6.00 – 9.30pm
for a private view you won’t forget!
We will be displaying a variety of artwork from ten of Britain’s finest up and coming artists and illustrators.
Limited Edition prints of our work will be on sale as well as lots of FREE goodies for you and your friends to take home with you!
There will also be a bar stocked up to the brim with ice cold beers and wine – Mmm… Just what you need after a long hot Thursday at work.
£1 Suggested Donation per drink
This weekend I will be taking some new and old work along to Bookish – a new event to help promote the literary, design and illustration communities in the borough of waltham forest (and beyond). It will take place on 21 May at Leytonstone Library, (Leytonstone Library 6-8 Church Lane Leytonstone E11 1HG) from 12 until 4pm, during the Waltham Forest Literature Festival (10-21 May 2011).
I will be bringing along a portfolio of large works from the studio and a collection of sketchbooks, handmade books and will also be selling prints and postcards of recent work.
After a short break in Thassos, Greece it has been nice to return to drawing in the studio and preparing for several group shows this summer. shown below are 2 pieces inspired by the recent break – firstly by a book I read whilst away and secondly by the variety of different forms of nature experienced.
A new large lightbox installation is currently showing with London Miles at the Show Literal Eyes over on Hanbury street – full details of the show, which features 30 european artists reflecting on their favourite pieces of writing, can be found on the London Miles website http://www.londonmiles.com/ Get down to 65 Hanbury Street just off brick lane – the piece is on display in the basement where the lightbox is pulsing away – Show runs daily 11am -7pm from the 13th to 16th of May.