The family of Brian John Taylor have allowed me to add a twist to the event that fits with their ethos of ensuring all the artwork goes to a loving home. As a result the show is titled "For What Its Worth" and will be an opportunity for you to name your own price for each piece of artwork.
The preview night will be on the 1st December at 7pm and the first people through the door will get an envelope with details of how to name your own price. The earlier you arrive, the better the envelope.
There will be over 50 pieces on display and you will only be able to name your own price on the preview night. Email me to be added to the guest list.
If you fancy learning a little about urban art come along to one of my winter workshops where we will be doodling, cutting, spraying, pasting and, of course, knitting.
For artists October is better known as Inktober where we all work to the same daily prompts to draw in ink. This year MateyB had a great idea of auctioning all the pieces to benefit homeless charities. Here is a small selection of mine that helped raise £150 for the Peterborough Soup Kitchen.
Although I'm not from Portsmouth I was invited to take part in the Created in Portsmouth Arts Trail. Portsmouth, and Southsea in particular, have always been very important to me and have helped me along the way of becoming the artist I am today. Here are some of the photos from the home of Winniemmay who kindly invited me to exhibit with her.
Urban portraits are back, if you are interested in getting a one layer stencil of you or a loved one then get in touch. Here is an example of what you will get.
Had a great time doodling with everyone at the Fun Palace! We had new large Posca pens delivered and a giant roll of brown paper to doodle on.
It was the 1 year anniversary of Battle Lines so organiser Cur5 put on a special show featuring 10 artists. I was on a team of 5 battling against another 5 artists in a two hour live art show. Check out what we did.
Ably supported by Team Korp