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I will be showing 2 new original works at Gallery different this Thursday, the 12th of May from 6pm if you’d like to come along please rsvp info@gallerydifferent.co.uk

Trouble by Carne Griffiths

Neon Tears by Carne Griffiths

Just out of Reach by Carne Griffiths

I’m delighted to be launching a new 20×16″ print on Wednesday the 27th Jan, with Derbby.

Derbby have a unique price structure which works great, making the early prints in an edition extremely accessible.  The usual selling price of Derbby Prints is $149 but for the Flash Sale the price drops to $25.. and that’s where it gets interesting, each successive sale raises the price by $1 !

Derbby aren’t cutting corners however, the print is made on a bright white Epson archival paper at a heavy 330gsm! this is embossed with the Derbby logo and accompanied by an artists signature by way of a certificate applied to the reverse of the piece… this results in a clean ready to frame image.

The piece itself was created in January of 2016 and experiments with creating more layering and more detail than usual, I wanted to give Derbby an image that would translate well in the reduction to a print, making the detail finer and crisper.  Continuing on from the earlier piece this year entitled all I want is everything, the piece reflects on commercial desire, our relationship with nature, and the unattainable.   I’ve included some work in progress images below to show the process of making the work.

If you are interested, the original work will also be made available through Derbby via a unique bidding system.  Checkout www.derbby.com for more details.

It was a great evening at the launch of Old Boots and nice to meet up with some of the artists participating in the show – big thanks to those of you who made it down through the rain to attend.  Was blown away by the work on show, great pieces from all artists & especially liked the glass pieces produced by Gonny Van Hulst, Stuart McApine Miller’s translucent oils on canvas and Pam Glew’s Innuit piece.  Big thanks to the buyer of my Old Boots light box yesterday, and for those who picked up Giclee prints of the boots and other work.

Have also been doing a spring clean of the website today as well – organising available works and putting some new pieces for sale through this site. 2 new sections have been added and I’d be really grateful if you could have a browse and let me know what you think.

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There are still 8 pairs of customised doc martens up for grabs @ just £150 a pair – grab yourself a real collectible bit of artwork for not much more than the cost of a pair of new DM’s and remeber all proceeds for the sale of these boots go to macmillan cancer -the show runs until the 26th June so if you haven’t seen it yet get down and have a look – full details in prev post 😉

Ink and Chai tea on paper

–  it’s a comment on the fashion industry’s use of models… ink and tea on paper 76 x 56cm

Latest piece of work just finished

Tomorrow I’ll be heading to Rich Mix Arts and Cultural centre on bethnal green road with Showcase London to display some of my new works.  There will be hand drawn original postcard pieces from £10, large drawings on display, a couple of lightboxes!  and giclee prints from £75.00,  plus in addition to my work! art from 14 other artists and entertainment in the form of live accoustic sets from Emel Michael. Hope to see you there…

Some of the original postcards on sale from £10.00 – signed

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More info from

http://www.showcase-london.com/

RICHMIX ARTS & CULTURE CENTRE
BETHNAL GREEN ROAD
E1 6LA

Wasn’t aware of this geometrical design until today – going to use it as the starting point for 2 new pieces 1 small and one large quadrant piece to work alongside closer.

I have photographed this piece with the inks still wet, this is exactly the effect that I am achieving working with Harwood King using varnish layers on the prints.. it helps to give a real vibrancy to the colour.

Finished work on the 1 metre square piece Closer, was a challenge working both in a quadrant format and also at that scale in pen ink and of course tea.
Closer illustrates our connection to nature as a two way relationship, our dependency and our appreciation

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Works in this post available from Eyestorm.com

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