Fragments – Solo Exhibition

I am really excited and extremely privileged to be showing a collection of new work at Ink’d gallery from the 6th September – 6th October 2012.

I have shown work with Dan and the team at Ink-d since early 2011, and am thrilled to have the opportunity to show this new collection of originals, miniatures, and a set of new prints., both self published and through Harwood King Fine Arts, who I have been working with on producing an edition of the Triptych created in November last year.

Ink’d have a great approach to showing artwork, the gallery is always busy with a range of dynamic fresh and exciting artwork and they have hosted exhibitions from emerging and established artists including Dan Baldwin, Sir Peter Blake, Eine, Carrie Reichardt, Andrew McAttee, Jake Wood Evans, Ian Hodgson and Zachary Walsh.

If you would like to put your name down for the guest list and attend the Private view on the 6th September – please email gallery@ink-d.co.uk
Here’s some images of the prints to be launched in September…


Detail from Mortal with screen printed  iridescent gold, green and copper leaf alongside varnish layers .

Varnish layers and silver leaf catching the light on the print ‘Eleven’, blocked in areas have been scratched back to reveal detail..

iridescent inks are translucent allowing the detail to show through but as they catch the light reveal the overdrawing in green.


The studio at Harwood KingFine Art Printers

London Art Fair

Tomorrow sees the Preview launch of the London Art Fair and I am delighted to be showing some brand new work with Opus Arts  If you are visiting you will be able to see the work at stand g35.  This will be my second time showing work at the London Art Fair, and I’m delighted to be involved again. If you would like more information about the work showing – please get in touch with Opus Arts online at http://www.opus-art.com

I’m also looking forward to seeing the new print on display from good friend & artist Dan Baldwin.

Dan will be showing the working proof of ‘Love’.. in Dan’s words..”a pure silkscreen,(30 layers), diamond dust,gold leaf, gloss, satin glaze and more layering -about 1 mtr square..still being worked on -stage proof to be shown Tuesday then edition to be finished/tweaked after London Art Fair . .”

It’s a stunning original piece of work and I’m looking forward to seeing how it translates into print with so much attention to detail. – more of Dan’s work over at http://www.danbaldwinart.com/

With over 100 galleries also showing at the Fair it’s a great chance to have your senses bombarded…Roll on Tuesday!