My painting of the London rapper and all round super sonic dude Teef is on display over in LA at the Long Beach Museum of Art for a show tilted ‘Verve and Vitality’ curated by Thinkspace Gallery
Funky fresh mega supreme……
Kaz and Rodney are on display at James freeman Gallery…
My Metal sculpture ‘Terry’ will be featuring in a group show over in the USA at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, curated by Thinkspace Gallery. Invisible College begins on the 11th July and runs till September
I have some new metal sculptural works in a group show at James Freeman Gallery in Islington starting July 9th
354 Upper Street
Something a little different from me…..
WB Games UK has teamed up with twenty of the most exciting contemporary artists and media celebrities to celebrate the launch of Batman: Arkham Knight with a new exhibition reimagining the Caped Crusader’s iconic Cape and Cowl headpiece, running at Kachette, Shoreditch, London, from Tuesday 23 to Sunday 28 June, 2015.
Using life-sized replicas of Batman’s famous costume as a blank canvas, each artist and celebrity will produce their own unique interpretation of the Dark Knight’s attire. Featuring celebrities from the worlds of TV, film, music and fashion, such as Jonathan Ross, Noel Clarke, Eliza Doolittle and Jodie Kidd and high profile artists such as Nancy Fouts, Lauren Baker, Hayden Kays, Inkie, Pam Glew, INSA, The Connor Brothers, Zeus, Matt Small, Jon Burgerman, Case, CRASH, Cyclops, Kid Acne, Logan Hicks and Pure Evil, the exhibition will run through the launch week of Batman: Arkham Knight.
Produced and curated by Moniker Projects.
23 — 28 Jun 2015
347 Old Street
London EC1V 9LP United Kingdom
I have some bits and bobs showing at the Open studios at
Euroart Studios, London N15
Unit 5, Gaunson House Markfield Road, London, N15 4QQ
5th June to 7th June
And Saturday, Sunday 2 pm – 6pm
I like LA, it’s big and shiny and silly and bonkers and whilst i was there it had no concept of rain, which is always a good thing
I was only there briefly but i had a lovely, bodacious time, thanks to the Wall Street Gallery guys for being so professional and kind to me, big up ya selfs…
I will have a few of my sculptures showing at the Affordable art fair in Battersea park
12-15 march…find them at the View Art Gallery
On march 21st my new show ‘Sentient’ opens in the Wall Street Gallery out in sunny LA… Give me the sunshine….
I have been working my butt off for the last few months on a series of sculptures that will feature in my upcoming show ‘Sentient’, heres a series of shots showing the development of one of them.
Its interesting for me to see how much the piece changes as it develops, theres a hell of a lot of work that goes into them.
People ask me “how long do they take”, i respond by asking them, “how long do these pieces look like they take me?