At the Ground Floor Left gallery in Hackney, East London: Yellow Skeleton and AK47 drawings. Part of a group show with several graduates and established artists called Figuratively speaking.The exhibition rans 14th – 18th March 12-6pm.
14 – 18/03/2012 Private view: 15th February. Figuratively speaking. Ground Floor Left gallery ENTERPRISE HOUSE, TUDOR GROVE, LONDON, E9 7QL I’ll be showing two pieces of work, yellow skeleton and AK47 drawings. It’s part of a group show with other artists.
Here yellow skeleton and sack trolley drawings are combined.This is now a lot more about physical objects than flat drawings.The objects are drawn life-size from an anatomical plastic human skeleton and a sack trolley, using a stick of black oil pastel straight on to white and yellow cartridge paper.Each drawing is mounted onto cardboard and [...]
I made these banners 15 years ago; how time flies. I used them to mark out situations, and then experimented with cardboard arrows in an attempt to animate some life into the banners. They were in a show at VOID gallery, London and in a small space in Digbeth, Birmingham. It’s only in the past [...]
Century gallery Cremer Street, London, E2 8HD Apr 9 – 19, 2003 An exhibition of arrow installations. Using scenarios gleaned from Music hall lyrics and pros I used my Number banners to explore a local historical feature in this part of East London. The Century gallery exhibition was an exhibition of coloured arrows accompanied by [...]
Creative Space, Field Row, Worthing. 8-21 July 2002 An ‘end’ of Lawn bowls. Since Worthing is famed for its appreciation of the game of bowls, it seemed logical to pay homage to the game.