Saturday, 6 November 2010
Work in progress- here are some images of a sculpture I have started work on. Having worked solidly on drawings and box pieces for last couple of years this has been a nice change. The plan with this piece is to work in a pretty improvised way, adding to the construction day by day until it feels like I should stop. I'll try to keep you posted as it progresses...
Monday, 25 October 2010
Here are some photos of Group Hug, the show I organised back in August. Sorry its taken so long to post them...
Rob Staerck and Dominic Russell
Me and my wife, Clair
Adam, Jack and Nicholas Lawrence
One of Laura's Guardian pieces
More Dean Beattie
A painting of me by Dominic
Work by Sarah Whitbread
Jack Lawrence and Rob Staerck
Rob Staerck and some of mine
Some more of mine
Saturday, 18 September 2010
Made in Britain just got a nice review in Amelia's Magazine, follow this link to see it...http://www.ameliasmagazine.com/art/made-in-britain-art-exhibition-london-miles-gallery/2010/09/15/
Tuesday, 14 September 2010
Wednesday, 4 August 2010
I am presently working on a new piece for Made in Britain, a group show taking place at London miles gallery on September 10th. The exhibition aims to explore national identity and British iconography, my piece will be a re-working of Richard Hamilton's classic Pop collage Just what is it that makes todays homes so different, so appealing?
Monday, 5 July 2010
I am proud to announce that Group Hug, an exhibition by eight Maidstone based artists will open at Maidstone Library Gallery from 5th August 2010. The exhibtion will run until 28th August and includes work by Dean Beattie, Adam Lawrence, Jack Lawrence, Dominic Russell, Rob Staerck, Laura Thomas, Sarah Whitbread and myself.
The private view will be from 6pm-8pm with an aftershow party taking place at the nearby Mumu Bar.
Wednesday, 9 June 2010
This one is called 'Opening', it didn't make it into the show
John, 2010 2x1.5" balsa & card
I presently have a piece of artwork 'John' in a group show called Miniscule at the Oblong Gallery in London. As the title suggests all the work on show is very small - with 2 x 1.5 inches being the maximum size allowed. The exhibition was curated by Jim Racine and Vanya Balogh and runs until 27th June at Oblong Gallery, 69A Southgate Road, London N1 3JS