Tag: EXHIBITION

ROYAL OPERA ARCADE EXHIBITION

Tim Loves Art Pop Up Exhibition

So this guy named Tim loves Art…

Tim is an avid art collector for many years now, and has decided to share his private collection, as well getting together some of his favourite artists he admires, for a pop-up exhibition at the Royal Opera Arcade in Pall Mall, London.

All works will be for sale, including some canvas and print editions from my end.…

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‘FACES & PLACES’ EXHIBITION – DARREN BAKER GALLERY

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Quick heads up on ‘Faces & Places’, a group exhibition at Darren Baker Gallery which i’m taking part in alongside a handful of established and emerging artists.

Got even more fresh work to share with you which i’m sure will tickle your face, in the right place, ha…

Hopefully see you at the private view next week, if so, please RSVP to info@darrenbakergallery.co.uk

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LACY MARILYN & FRIENDS – SOLO EXHIBITION AT GRAMERCY PARK STUDIOS

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My gift to you this Valentines (as I have love for you) is an invite to a solo exhibition of fresh art works and the chance to meet Lacy Marilyn in the flesh next week…she’s literally a work of art, literally…

This is all possible thanks to the lovely team at Gramercy Park Studios, with whom i’ve shown works with before, and only recently decided to to put on a mini-show for you, a chance to connect & engage in a great, intimate space in a great Central London location…

I’m definitely getting the bug of showing in non-gallery venues now, as all that really matters is a diverse group of people get to see the works instead of the same ‘ol arty lot, plus alternate venues tend to have way more character too, which is nice…

Soooo, this will be a one day evening event only and RSVP essential to: pins.show@gmail.com

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STUDIO SHOTS – THE GUARDIAN HQ

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Studio settings in the former HQ building of The Guardian newspaper in Farringdon, where I spent just over a year building the body of work for my current #NoFaceLikePhone exhibition at DigitasLBi. The growth as an artist that took shape here was a key building block to finding my personal work flow and refining my aesthetic even more. It was a year of not knowing what was gonna come from it but knowing I was building something of value, from an honest place, staying true to the vision I sort of had but didn’t, but then it worked out cos I believed in it, if that makes sense…so in a nutshell, get out your comfort zones, find your process, explore ideas and share your greatness by any means #PushItNeverStop

Photo credit Hannah Anketell

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