I am exhibiting with Photographer Rhea Williams, fab, moody, shadowy, lovely photos.
As well as a couple of my big domestic interiors, I am showing the Landguard Fort paintings. Landguard Fort is an abandoned military base in Felixstowe, tons of history, last used in the second world war. http://www.landguard.com/
The empty rooms are evocative and eerie and sort of romantic, the light is fantastic, and the peeling paint and faded plaster beautiful. (I'm gonna try and add a link thing to the earlier posts with the images.)
I'm also showing the new small, rock and roll paintings. After struggling to push the paintings forward in a looser, more expressive direction, (I think they look almost like the paintings I made years ago. ) I am pleased with the results. I am excited and have started work on big ones again. (hopefully one will be ready in time to show.) The little red ones are 10 ins and the others 50 cm
I Hope you can get along to see the show. It runs from 1st November - 30th, but The P.V. is Friday, 8th November 7. - 9.p.m.
as long as I'm moovin
get with the jive
gotta lotta rhythm
rock around with Olli Vee
cat called domino