Solo show at Blue Cedar Printworks Glastonbury

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Yes an opportunity to show the work that I have undertaken over the last 15 months learning printing processes @sandraporterstudio. It’s been a rewarding and sometimes step learning curve with enriching results.

some examples of my work both in the poster below and following

Discovery and Planning ahead

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Some months ago I was cleaning the inside of my car, not a frequent occupation, and emptied the passenger side pocket and found a zinc printing plate I had last used on Art Foundation 4 years ago Birmingham City University, previously based at the wonderful Bournville. This discovery led forward and in a way backwards to a whole new area of drawing and therefore printing work at Sandra Porter’s studio http://www.sandraporter.com/ to transform the work I did previously from drawings of folks clearing the River Brue at Bruton last summer. Since I’d just completed that set the timing was both serendipitous and inspiring

So what now with plans for a solo exhibition at http://www.bluecedarprintworks.co.uk/ in Glastonbury, from, wait for it Friday September 13th! into mid October. I’m planning for the show mainly to be of print, with a couple of humorous and quirky drawings called chicken and the 2nd renamed by a friend’s granddaughter ‘the duck going down the river’.

 

more oppertunities to exhibit

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Frome Open Studios 2019

provided an opportunity at the right time to exhibit my own work in my own place along with fellow art graduate and mate, Jo Waterworth, ceramicist. We called ourselves Watermeadows combining 2 surnames. We realised half way through,  part of the affinity between our 2 areas of work  that we showed was rivers and mud! My series of etchings from drawings made from the dredging of the River Brue, Jo’s ceramic pots and masks had slip from Mendip mud, bonfires etc. I showed an equal amount of other work from my interest in emerging and disappearing figures and now including swans

Our 121 visitors showed engagement with our work, engaged us in conversation, and we had a few sales! very much appreciated! and further opportunitites

So onward with an exhibition for me at http://www.bluecedarprintworks.co.uk/ Glastonbury pv Friday 13th of September until mid October and thoughts of possible artist book on Clearing the River Brue