The exhibition Mail Me Art: Medium Without a Message opens tonight at The Red Gate Gallery, I have a piece in it, if you're in London sure pop on down. ;-) The Mail Me Art 2 book is out now and available for purchase, it showcases the best illustrations from the Mail Me Art project.
Thursday, 29 July 2010
I gave a piece to the Paper Girl project in Berlin as I love the concept of it. Paper Girl is and urban action where posters are submitted from around the world,these form an exhibition in Berlin. At the end of the exhibition the roles of art are distributed to unsuspecting members of the public by team members on bikes. What a lovely present to receive! I wasn't there for the exhibition put I can see my picture hanging to the right of one of the photos I stole from their flickr.he,he!
Saturday, 24 July 2010
Had a fab week doing the Street Art Masterclass course as part of Trans Festival. The very sweet and talented boys from Bristol based WHAT crew Rict and 45RPM were on hand to teach us their expertise along with Legendary Belfast Street and Graphic artists Kev Largey. I have muchos respect for street artist now having spent a few days getting down and dirty on the street painting a wall inhabited mostly by pigeons. Thankfully I think I've had all my shots.he,he! More photos can be seen at Facebook Fanpage
In conjunction with Arts Ekta I delivered a workshop with artist Stella Tsang for children at St Colman's centre, Dromore. The theme was China so we made some colourful Chinese dragons, lanterns and fans while educating them about Chinese culture. The kids enjoyed it and we managed to not get too much glitter everywhere.;-)
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Wednesday, 21 July 2010
Arts Ekta brought over Manchester based Henna Artist Sobia to train some artists and volunteers for the Mela Festival. We practiced with glitter pens before we were let loose with the real henna. The patterns are so beautiful and intricate. I'll have to work on my shaky hands to master their fine detail.
Monday, 19 July 2010
An illustration of mine has been selected to be exhibited as part of "For The Love Of Castlepalooza" exhibition at Castlepalooza, a music and arts festival in Tullamore. 'FTLO' are a dublin based platform for established and emerging artists to showcase work, they have run many great exhibitions and events in Dublin.
Saturday, 10 July 2010
I've been featured on one of my favourite design blogs Dirty Mouse. They said my work is "Interesting", I'm gonna work harder on my illustrations to be worthy of more adjectives.he.he! Still I'm very pleased, I've been following it for years. ;-)
Sunday, 4 July 2010
I will be exhibiting two pieces in the PRIDE exhibition, An exhibition of paintings, prints and photography by a selection of Irish and UK artists. The exhibition will run alongside the Belfast Pride Festival at the Black Box and opens the 1st of July as part of Late Night Art, and will run for a month. Get down and check it out.
Thursday, 1 July 2010
I've submitted work to be shown as part of Virion. Virion is a screen based digital art exhibition that links to public sites across Brisbane. The KGUV Screens Network is a unique and innovative method of sharing visual art through a network of linked screens. Struth! ;-) http://virion2010.com.au