To celebrate the appearance of one of my works, Commuters, in an exhibition at The Lightbox, Woking, I have made a very limited edition of three full-size (100x70cm) giclee prints on beautiful 310gsm Hahnemuhle acid-free art paper. (This was an experiment to understand the capabilities of the giclee process. I can confirm it is amazingly good!)
These are for sale at virtually cost price, £155 each (unframed). Please use the Contact form if you might be interested in one of these prints. But hurry — they are bound to go quickly!
I was delighted to learn that one of my paintings (Commuters) has been chosen for an exhibition at The Lightbox, in Woking. Works for the exhibition were drawn from The Ingram Collection of Modern British and Contemporary Art. The exibition was curated by the Young Curators group at The Lightbox. They were given unique access to The Ingram Collection of almost 600 paintings and sculptures “by some of the most important artists of the Modern British era” including Elizabeth Frink, Barbara Hepworth and Eduardo Paolozzi. Other artists featured in the exhibition included Eric Ravilious and Edward Bawden. I’m very grateful that the Young Curators also spotted my work! My favourite picture in the exhibition was of a Mercedes, by John Bratby.
This picture of the exibition (below) is not very good, but it gives you the general idea.