Artist|Designer|Maker collective are having another pop-up shop this weekend within Bentall Centre, Kingston-upon-Thames ! As part of the collective, I have some artwork for sale; pin badges, fridge magnets, postcards and lino prints. If you have the chance, you should come and take a look !
MuffinPug is a rescue group for dogs believed to be in danger/poor conditions. The rescue group are hosting a virtual auction through a social networking site and it will end on Friday 31st July 2015. I have donated one of my framed lino prints to help raise funds for this inspirational group of people ! © […]
An A|D|M exhibition is taking place between Monday 18TH and Saturday 23RD May 2015. I will be exhibiting along with many other creative practitioners. “These Abundant Times” is a new series of un-newspapers. The prefix used to describe this series is deliberate. In doing so, it highlights the difference between my series and a daily, mass-produced […]
####SaT CHAT### presents ‘Da Chat’ with Da Thirst. SaT Chat is a new initiative by Stanley Picker Gallery Saturday Staff Perry-James Sugden, Grant Bingham and Harriet Baggley which, embracing increasing digital cultures and web identities, aims to excite, attract and entice all to CHAT with the Gallery, both in person and online. saT CHAT presents […]
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Discovering Angie Lewin’s work last year was a huge highlight. Meeting her this year is exceeded that. Tip: When you find an artist whose work resonates with your own then sign up to their newsletters and visit their exhibitions. I wondered around the streets of East London looking for Fournier Street. Standing outside an […]
It’s Friday night and I’ve just arrived home from South Kensington. A friend, Ingrid Barber, gave me a ticket to see Cornelia Parker talk at the V&A. I don’t go to the museum as often as I should (especially on late night openings when it is so quiet). But this last-minute offer made me go. […]
I visited Sims Reed Gallery for the first time today. I wanted to see Rob Ryan’s exhibition, before his lecture at the V&A this month, which contained a mixture of his intricate paper cuts and prints. I think his paper cuts were more interesting, the contrast and shadows highlighted the detail and unfortunately some of […]
On the 31st October 2013 (5.30-10pm) The Stock Mkt is taking place in the Memorial Gardens, Kingston. So come along and see what they have to offer ! I will be taking part with a couple of other students from the course, selling our work to you.
Images from the BBC website. Currently on BBC radio iPlayer is “The Reith Lectures: Grayson Perry: Playing to the Gallery”. I was told by quite a few people to listen to it so today, that was exactly what I did. There are four lectures in total and the first one is available so far. The […]
Tonight was the lecture about The Hidden Kingdom of Fungi by Geoffrey Kibby. It took me a little while to find the Jodrell Gate but I found it just in time ! He talked about mycophobia, spores, the vast array of fungi, alien invader species and rotters. After a pretty bad day it inspired me […]
I visited Kew Gardens for the first time this year and signed up to their e-newsletter. Did you know? It is National Fungus Day on October 13th. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to make it on the Sunday but they are presenting a talk “The Hidden Kingdom: Britain’s Amazing Fungi” next week. Which I plan to […]
For this weekend only we have a pop-up shop in the Bentall’s store ! We have been given an amazing oppurtunity to have a space to present and sell our work to the public, to you. Come on by and say hello ! I took a couple of photographs for you. Thankyou to Bentall’s.
I went to the Paper exhibition in the Saatchi Gallery today as part of the Historical and Contextual Studies trip we do at the beginning of the year to meet students in the other years. We were given a short introduction to some of the pieces in the exhibition and then we were allowed to […]
I was in Birmingham and decided to visit a gallery that my brother introduced me to. And if you haven’t already met it, then meet the IKON Gallery. They were holding a delightfully humorous exhibition by a Japanese artist called Shimabuku. It was called “Something that floats/Something that sinks”. “Shimabuku’s artistic practice is characterised by […]
Today I visited The Hugh Lane gallery in Dublin, I hadn’t looked at what exhibitions were on and was very surprised to find Francis Bacon’s studio sitting in the centre of one of the floors. When I read ‘studio’ I imagined all his works were being exhibited, so I was very surprised to find the […]