Mathematical Bridge, coming soon…
Cambridge Open Studios went really well. both Rhiannon and i had a great weekend, and more importantly the sun shone like crazy! here are some photos:
left to right: Magdalene Blossom, Downing Street to Silver Street
left to right: Behind Priory Street (two VEs), A New View of the Moon - Tillyard Way
clockwise from top left: Reality Checkpoint II, Gwydir Street, Reality Checkpoint I, King’s Shadows (four VEs), Cambridge Market Square.
thank you to everyone who came along to say hello, and also to those who helped it be such a successful weekend. maybe see you all next year!
this Cambridge colleges card is now officially for sale at Cambridge Contemporary Art!
and will also be at Open Studios this weekend along with a special, limited to 10 screen print one of King’s College…
there’s good news for this special guy. listen out on by Annie Claire's blog for what shall be come of it!
a few weeks ago i took some of my Ellie Air jewellery to Cambridge Contemporary Crafts and finally took photos of some of the pieces for the website. here’s my favourite piece that went into the collection.
last but not least and on a pretty final note, my flatmate is moving out today (!), so i have gained the most impressive
and extremely exciting workspace. check this out!
oh for the love of furniture.
here are some really really awful phone photos of Rhiannon’s parents’ house! so Nic and I trundled over there this evening with all of my framed work in tow, and we ate pizza and drank lemonade and danced to some horrendous 90s tunes. we also hung most of our work, and then ran out of string. so.
my beloved is moving out of the flat soon, and so the biggest bookshelf you have ever seen is leaving. I don’t think I need any more books. or notebooks. or sketchbooks. or any form of books?
but I slept on it. and watched some intense Scotsman v Frenchman tennis, and the rain come down outside, and ended up with this.
today at Cambridge Contemporary Crafts i had the absolute privilege of putting up the exhibition of Edwina Bridgeman's sculptures. they are ridiculously lovely. and i am in love with them all. go to the gallery and have a gander, or go have a look at her website and share the love.
this is my favourite one. N is for Night.
my new favourite friend Emilie and i sat down for a tea party half way through the day (all work by Katie Almond)
so. i haven’t done any work. in a long long time. but here are some photos which i am trying to get my head around at the moment. if i stare at them long enough, maybe they’ll turn into works of art?
balancing being ill, working eight days in a row, and trying to get on with life is hard. and all i seem to be doing is giving myself hard projects. and tricky stencils.
we have finally gotten hold of Cambridge Open Studios brochures, and even my new business cards came through the post this week. it’s just around the corner! ooh-ee.
i’ve been busy at work. which means little time for Open Studios things. but yesterday, home-ridden with some sort of throat infection that i fear i obtained at a gig the night before, i got down to work and made new map hearts and King’s College prints!