Looking forward to welcome new and old visitor at my studio for the 2018 open studio event. Lots of work to view and new abstract work which has been elaborated during my master degree course which finally ends on the 29th of August. I must confess there is a lot of tension at the moment as I prepare for this final assignment.
During the open studio I will demonstrate techniques on Saturday 25th (10-11am and 4-5 pm).
I will also offer classes and other programs. If you are interested to take my art classes please contact me via the contact page stating your areas of interest or I can email you a list of classes I am offering either private sessions or in a group of max 3 people.
You can download the Open studio brochure here
Malvern - Worcestershire
Another successful collaboration with Liz Johnson. Credo premiered Friday night performed by the amazing viola player Adam Römer. The evening program included poetry by Nina Lewis who wrote poetry on the subject of migration and refuge, Nina responded to Liz Johnson music andmy painting "Credo". A terrific creative evening with a very receptive audience actively participating in the dialogue initiated by the artists.
Very Honoured to have my painting chosen to be on the cover for Liz Johnson's CD.
Premiere performance at the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra on Sat.20th May 2017.
Since the end of "Elements" exhibition I have been busy working on my MAFA course in Cheltenham. I always wanted to go deeper on the meaning of my work and be pushed in places where I wouldn't go. So it is now happening and it is a very exciting journey, reading and informing myself is very important as the skill (or craftsmanship) needs that support to be able to better communicate our creativity. So now I am realising there two type of work that I make: the commercial and the conceptual which is less commercial. However when I look at my representational work, I see the artist enjoying the creative process with experimental attitude and yes, I had terrific time in the making. Here are some examples of that "fun":
I'd like to share some of the comments that people left on my visitors book at the Worcestershire Open Studio last weekend.
SPACE 129-131 Mare Street London E8 3RH
Organized by Happenstance Art & Framing Gallery Media support by London Art Events
Happy to be part of this exhibition for the second time as I have been rejected by the RA Summer Exhibition. not all rejections are negative, actually they bring in more opportunities. If you can please visit this exhibition, for more details visit Salon des Refusés
The moment you face a blank canvas or paper, that perfect surface can be intimidating. It is a powerful moment, you know once you start everything changes. The creative process starts, experimentation expands the endless possibilities......
A great atmosphere at the Oxford International Art Fair
Organisation is the key for success to exhibit to art fairs. After last year art fair in London Chelsea Town Hall I am looking forward to the Oxford Art Fair at the end of this month. My new body of artwork that I will be exhibiting is based on abstraction, there will be figures, portraits and landscapes. I am excited to spend the week end in Oxford and hope to meet friends, visitors and art collectors.
I will be in the main Hall stand 13
Oxford international Art Fair
26-28th February 2016
OXFORD TAWN HALL,
For more details and tickets bookingvisit:
GETTING READY FOR THE OXFORD INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR. THESE ARE SOME OF THE PIECES I WILL EXHIBIT.
Photos of last night the preview (managed to take photos in the end). It was a great beginning of a week full of art, Looking forward to welcome visitors coming from all over the county and beyond.
WHERE The Tabernacle, Notting Hill, London
35 Powis Square, off Portobello Road, London W11 2AY
SHOW RUNS 21-26 of July 2015, Tue-Sat 9am-10pm
SPECIAL EVENT Wednesday 22 of July 6-10pm - Performance by Mark Sheeky & Sabine Kussmaul and music by Papa Tigre!
Elements Part 2 is an exhibition of selected artists working in a variety of media and scale concerned with the elements of wind, fire, water and alchemy; the universe in part or whole, reflected, transformed and depicted. As above, so below weaves narratives into the two level framework of things; disturbance v tranquility, surface v depth, division v the whole - an exciting and diverse range of artworks celebrating the natural world and our place within it.
Please visit the following link for more details: