Temptation 8-13 November 2012 Private View: Thursday 8 November 6-9pm Temptation unveils the unique styles and synergy brought together by an eclectic group of artists. It explores broken taboos, emotional connections and the different uses of colour, space and form through a broad range of mixed media.For those who want to see work that is filled with raw emotion and unpolluted beauty, this is not an exhibition to be missed
Artists: Joanna Bardzinska, Pedro Baztan, Julie Caves, Laura Gompertz, Nick Hazzard, Stephanie Herbert, Ruth Jones, Ann Kopka, Anke Slebos, Rosalind Smith, Furrah Syed, Breda Parsons, Nicholas Peart, Claudia Sinicropi, Joao Trindade, Liz Whiteman Smith, Sara Wickenden
Organised by Nicholas Peart
The Whole Picture No.3 is an acrylic painting cut into 25 pieces. Each piece has
been given an identifying code as to its place in the picture. Each piece is an
individual painting, but it is also part of a greater whole. The pieces will
each be “picked” during Art Grows on
Trees, part of the E17 Art Trail 2012. Perhaps one day they will be
re-united and the recipients can see the whole picture. Acrylic on Fabriano paper, Julie Caves 22x30inches.
As part of Simon LaRoche's project in the E17 Art Trail I painted an 8x8 inch canvas with the Waltham Forest Arts Club logo and striped the edges with colours. It is on display at the Hornbeam Centre on Hoe Street E17 along with all the other Happy messages.
I illustrated a gorgeous poem by Julie Ridlington for the Walthamstow Poetry Trail. But an administrative error caused the illustration to be left out. The poems were shown in the windows of participating estate agents along Hoe St. Walthamstow’s very own fine letterpress printers Paekakariki Press has published an anthology of the poems.
For those of you wondering about the empty space on the page below the poem here is what should have been there:
The illustration by Julie Caves intended for Julie Ridlington's poem 'She Calls Me Love'
You could print this out and paste it into the blank space in your anthology :-)