Final painting for Urban Art Festival this weekend. Come and see ME (and 199 other artists) on Josephine Avenue Brixton London SW2. Saturday and Sunday, I’ll be there come rain come shine.
I will be there! 11th & 12th July, Josephine Avenue, Brixton, SW2, London. Find me at 42J with my recent works. It is my favourite event of the year. It’s where artists, friends and visitors come together for an inspiration of creativity and opportunity. It’s a 2 day street party! Join us and most important come and say hello to me.
DEATH AND TRANSITION is a compelling, funny, poignant and luscious look at the role of death in our lives. On until May 1st atGabriel Fine Art – just near St Thomas Hospital. So be quick, get down there.
The days are lengthening and life is breaking out all over. Ironically my work seems to be moving through a look at death and it’s role in our culture. My pieces addressing the meaning of loss in Finders Keepers Losers Weepers were praised by cultural, artistic and academic critics – very exciting.
Now for my next contribution and my next exhibition.
Death And Transition is a South London Women Artists collaborative exhibition looking at – well – death and transition.
I don’t yet quite understand my piece ‘You Wormed Your Way Into My Heart’ – I am by turns amused, angry, fearful. Come along. I’d like to know what you think.
My composite work CONSEQUENCES is showing at the dynamic exhibition Finders Keepers Losers Weepers at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, Holborn, London WC1R 4RL 4th November 2014 – 28th February 2015. Open daily 10am-5pm. Free admission.
Finding something I experience it, it affects my life. I can take, it, restore it, pass it forward, leave it. It can be enabling, threatening, life changing. Once I have found I can never undo the finding and I carry the responsibility. Losing happens when possession, the power over, control is in play. It creates want.
Consequences is an expression of my attempts to complete the memory of unplanned Finding and Losing events in my recent past.
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