Young Masters Prize 2019
I am delighted that four of my drawings have been selected for the Young Masters Art Prize 2019. The prize recognises artists whose work responds to the art of the past.
To Download the 2019 catalogue, with all artists' statements, please click here.
This year there is a People's Vote Award. To vote for your favourite artist in the show, please click here.
Four of my drawings, including a new 30-envelope drawing, will be displayed at 'Humdrum', a group show curated by Bruce Ingram.
Opening 26th September
The Store Gallery, Dulwich College
6-9pm, all welcome
‘Humdrum’ brings together a group of artists who address the mundane, overlooked and sometimes boring aspects of daily life. Working between painting, sculpture, film, installation, drawing and collage, invited artists will create a dynamic display of artworks that reflect the often overlooked or disregarded. For these artists the ephemeral and waste products of everyday life become the canvas for the fantastical, the act of boredom and repetition as potential for creative outcomes and everyday journeys providing new narratives. ‘Humdrum’ invites the viewer to look at the everyday world with fresh eyes, prompting us to re-think our relationship to mass-produced objects, technology and familiar places.
Exhibition continues 17th October open by appointment only. For appointments to visit the exhibition or for additional information please contact: Susan Mullholland email@example.com or vBruce Ingram firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow @humdrumdc for further information and the inspiration behind the show.
artrabbit.com article: https://www.artrabbit.com/events/humdrum
Wells Art Contemporary 2019
Delighted that Dear Anni, gel pen, pencil on envelope, has been awarded the Parker Harris Mentoring Prize. The drawing was exhibited in the Wells Art Contemporary in Wells Cathedral, Somerset, 20th July - 11th August 2019. I loved visiting this city and seeing how the work sits within this historic place of worship. The Dean spoke about how the cathedral was the first in England to be fully built in the Gothic style and was radical in its time, making it the perfect backdrop to show contemporary art.
We Can Only Have Fun On Certain Days
Curated by Warbling Collective, 22nd - 30th April 2019
My Drawing Please (pencil, gel pens and conservation tape on envelope fragments) was exhibited in the Warbling Collective's third exhibition.
Stour Space, Roach Road, Hackney Wick