I will be participating in this year's Mile of Art, Hackney, Sunday October 1, 2006, between 11.00am-5.00pm. See last year's blog entry for this event for pictures. I will be next to my friend Claire Nock, a printmaker and painter, who promises to drum up viewers with a market traders call! Imagine it, an entire mile of art stretching through East London!
I have decided to publish my artists' books under a press name: Serendipity Press.
Everything big is made up of something small. Trying my best to make contact with humanity, I make books that offer a moment of cheerful confusion, books that celebrate the beauty of the so-called ordinary, books made of groupings and lists, cataloguing the things and places we think we know, books that offer a new look at things you see every day. (Also, the occasional faltering attempt at communication about big ideas.)
I m currently working on a new book about American's and passports.
is a new public art initiative from Inspired Art and Spitalfields Estate, which supports up and coming artists by showcasing their work in the run up to the Fourth Inspired Art Fair held this year at Christ Church, Spitalfields, in East London.
I will have as many paintings on display as I can get down there, small and large, and a table with some artists books.
I have had a large (120x150cm) painting called 'Going Out of Business' selected for The Sefton Open (11 September - 5 November). Now in its eleventh year, the Sefton Open is one of the largest and most varied exhibitions of contemporary multi-media two-dimensional work in the North West. It takes place at the