Looking forward to tonight’s private view for Violence of Flowers and seeing friends that I have not seen for far too long. If you can make it along I will be in the Castle from about 6pm – PV runs till they throw us out.
In the studio I have worked on a few new pieces, recently finished are ‘Overgrown’ and ‘Take Cover’ and am working on a new piece which is now nearly complete – will be posting later.
I have taken a short video of the work on the mural / drawing so far at Norlington Road – I will be making a finished video and a short book of the completed piece but until then…
A drawing made as part of the Leytonstone arts trail over a period of about 2 weeks spending 40 hours drawing, the piece is an unplanned organic drawing in Ink and tea which explores floral forms. Drawn in fountain pen ink and painted with various types of tea, specifically chai, Rooibos, blackcurrant & nettle and camomile vanilla & honey. The artwork references plants from both the front and rear of the house.
..trip down to see Inkd gallery in Brighton today – checked out the awesome Carrie Reichardt show that is currently on – gallery is just full of work mindblowing amount of work! – just amazing – Get down and see it if you get half the chance –
After Inkd, made my way along the coast to Newhaven to sign the prints that Harwood King have produced. Rose and The Harvest, both editions of 25 can be ordered direct from Harwood King now or from a reputable print gallery near you soon 😉 One of the prints, ‘Rose’ will be Exhibited by Eyestorm at the London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy this April.
Ink-d are currently showing my newly framed piece discovery – they’ve done a great job and the white frame looks really fresh. Got the chance to show some new work from the portfolio too – great day – & big thanks to Dan & Jenny for your time x,
If you can’t get down to Inkd – check out their website for an idea of the artists work they have on rotation http://www.ink-d.co.uk
Small size giclee prints are now available of 2 new pieces, ‘The Discovery’ and ‘The Vine’.
The Vine, painted in a combination of Ink, Brandy Vodka and Whisky will appear at London Miles’ March exhibition of vices – you can find out more here
The prints, produced as signed giclee editions onto Hahnemuhle archival watercolour paper in a limited edition of 25 each are signed by the artist and are available for £75.00 each here