Detail from Candy’s Supper, HAPPYLAND
Here’s news of my next exhibition:
“You are invited to Turnaround – a series of 11 exhibitions in 12 weeks by members of the Waltham Forest Arts Club in the unusual space of an all windowed kiosk of the Wood Street Indoor Market.
Feb. 4th to April 28th.
Painting, printmaking, drawing, sculpture, photography, performance, video & sound works, installation, textiles, mixed media & crafts, bookarts, music and poetry. See the full schedule on the website: http://turnaround.yolasite.com”
I’ll be exhibiting pieces from my solo show, HAPPYLAND, from April 14th-21st with the marvellous photographer Timothy Kraemer and printmaker Anna Alcock. I’ve currently got a piece from HAPPYLAND in the group exhibition on at the moment so if you have a minute to check out what is happening at the newly jazzed up Wood Street Indoor Market I would urge you to go and check it out.
More information and location details here.
>> Update on the mail art exhibtion housed at Walthamstow Wine, E17: opening times, submission guidelines and press coverage.
I am still seeking submissions for the mail art exhibition,click here for submission guidelines and deadline.
Waltham Forest Guardian have covered the exhibition with a nice write up, available to view here.
Regarding opening times, the exhibition is freely open to the public every other Wednesday from 3-9pm, the next Wednesday it is open is 15th February and then every other Wednesday after that. However, the exhibition may be viewed by appointment and that is possible Mon-Fri during working hours. The wine club venue is also an office and you can book an appointment to view the artworks by calling 0208 521 8296 or 07723 323 542.
The submission deadline for this leg of the Mail Art touring exhibition is April 2nd 2012. The exhibition will be moving on to Cardiff in April therefore the sooner you send your work in, the quick and longer it is displayed on this leg of the touring exhibtion.
More information on the Wood Street Indoor Market where I will be exhibiting with the Waltham Forest Arts Club. I’m doing a masked interaction on the 11th and would love to see lots of folks down there.
“Love Wood Street Indoor Market?
Or never been to Wood Street Indoor Market?
Come along to an exciting Valentinesy day of fun in the Market, on Saturday February 11th, 10am to 5.30pm.
This is the result of a 3-month-long competition process and so we are really excited to finally open the doors on our new tenants.
There’ll be all your favourite antiques and records shops, AND the *GRAND LAUNCH* of our 21 BRAND-NEW shops!
Our new shops include a Florist (just in time for Valentines!), an Artisan Bakery, a new Coffee Shop, a Film-Makers-Shop, vintage clothes, accessories and poster shops. There will also be new spaces run by Craft Guerilla, Significant Seams, exhibitions by E17 Designers and the Waltham Forest Arts Club. As well as arty happenings by The Pink Bear Club and the Wood Street Picture Palace.
For those last minute Valentines gifts, there will be a host of new shops including new crafts and gift shops. Strange Fruit greeting-card makers will even send the Valentines Card for you!
With plenty of exciting launch events, including live mural painting by Animaux Circus (thanks to them for designing the poster!), and lots of special offers, it will be a great day to visit the Market, so hope to see you there!
See the Facebook event page and the the full list of new shops on the Wood Street blog.”
Hello folks! I’ve got a bit of news for you. Three bits in fact…
‘Archie Goes To Sleep’ – image from HAPPYLAND
First up, I’m part of a group show curated by Waltham Forest Arts Club, opening Saturday 4th February (yep, this Saturday!) at Shop 40, Wood Street Indoor Market, Walthamstow. Each of the artists have one small piece in the exhibition which will run for 2 weeks. I’m exhibiting the piece above, ‘Archie Goes To Sleep’ from my solo exhibition, HAPPYLAND.
Secondly, on Saturday 11th February, the launch day of the rejuvination of the indoor market, I will become a live installation in the gallery space. I am doing a masked interaction, something I rarely do these days, so come on down, put on a mask and interact with me! It’s not scary, I promise. Basically, I wear a mask, you wear a mask and we chat about a made up thing. There are also other performances on this day, including a cellist and poets. I will be doing the masked performance from 1:00pm. There’ll be lots of great stuff on as well as the official opening of 20 other shops!
Thirdly… in April I have an exhibition on with photographer Timothy Kraemer at Shop 40. The exhibition will run from April 14th-21st and there’ll be more news about it soon!
Cheerio for now.