Because I’m a nice chappie i thought it would be nice to do a little art give away at the private viewing of Digital Analogue.
I have produced Ten special edition hand finished lino cuts printed onto vinyl records
and I’m going to give away three of them.
The first 25 people to arrive at the private view will be given a raffle ticket and at some point in the evening numbers will be picked and winners given there prize…..
but you have to sign up to the Guest list to be in it to win it
G-SHOCK Art Sessions Presents Matt Small – Digital Analogue
G-SHOCK are excited to announce the fifth instalment of their G-SHOCK East Art Sessions in collaboration with Urban Nerds Collective on 7th September 2014, featuring the work of painter Matt Small.
London based Matt Small passionately believes in social inclusion – a theme that can be seen throughout his work. Painting directly onto found metal, Small creates works of a strongly urban aesthetic that express his world view that given the opportunity, all individuals have something of value to contribute to society.
Entitled ‘Digital/Analogue’ the East Store installation will feature a wall-mounted ‘gradual pixelated erosion’ of Small’s painted work, contained within a frame constructed in the shape of a smartphone – reflecting the idea that in the digital age an artist’s work is predominantly viewed online within the constraints of 72dpi. Aiming to explore the question of how creatives can combat the ‘dumbing down’ of life and re-engage with their viewers to encourage an appreciation in real life interactions, the installation will also feature a series of hand finished lino cut prints on vinyl records in a further exploration of analogue, tangible formats battling a world of digital formats.
The main man Rodney and his pal Jon are currently on show at the My Art Invest show ‘Hackney to Harlem
150 Commercial Street
This week the See art Fair starts in ‘Concerned of Tunbridge Wells’.
i will be showing some art works with Gallery Different, it should all be rather spiffing…
Assembly Hall Theatre, Crescent Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 2LU
Wednesday 9th July : Private view drinks reception for galleries, press and collectors 6pm – 10pm
Thursday 10th July : Open to the public 11am – 5pm
Thursday Evening 10th July : Sponsors and Charity Gala night 6pm – 10pm
Friday 11th July : Open to the public 11am – 8pm
Saturday 12th July : Open to the public 11am – 6pm
Sunday 13th July : Open to the public 11am – 5pm
On friday 6th June, Euroarts will open be making all us artists that reside within its confines to open up our personal realms to the public.
My studio is a migidy mess, in a stididy hardcore style, it makes my head spin everytime i walk in there to try and be creative, but it’s my place and i love having my own domain to focus on my artistic practice.
Its a real insight to see how an artist goes about his/her work, to see their hive of creativity.
So these open studios are a great time to just simply absorb and analyze a variety of human view points
FRIDAY 6 JUNE
6pm – 10pm
SATURDAY 7 JUNE
2pm – 6pm
SUNDAY 8 JUNE
2pm – 6pm
Free Entry /
For a little while I’ve been exploring sculpture…these latests pieces are definite labours of love causing me to lose blood, generate sweat from my chubby person and produce tears from my lil beady eyes
The Discombobulated show will be coming down very soon, so if you want to have a butchers, get yourselves down to the Underdog Gallery ASAP…heres some pics of the whole darn affair….
I’ve been working away for a show with my artistic chum Rob Sample. the fruits of our labor can be found at the Underdog Gallery in the London bridge area…near that big Shard building…The show starts on friday 25th april 6pm-10pm
Arch 6 Crucifix Lane, London, SE1 3JW
Two of my paintings have took a long journey over to America for a group show at Dax Gallery
I have a few of my cityscape pieces in a group show at Gallery Different
‘My Point of View’ – An Exhibition of landscapes featuring painting by Paul Bennet, Denis Bowen, Garry Raymond-Pereira, Robin Richmond, Guy Portelli, Matt Small and photography by Julie Chamberlain.
Among all of the subjects that can be the focus for artists, for the viewer, landscapes are probably the most familiar and understood. In reality however landscape painting and drawing is as much a glimpse into the mind of the artist as any other subject. In this exhibition six artists who choose to work with landscape, each with a very different style and approach, give us their point of view.