Wednesday, 29 April 2009
Tuesday, 28 April 2009
Monday, 27 April 2009
Expect to see some new Acerone canvases, prints and a few street surprises at the Friend and Co Gallery, 8 The Promenade, Gloucester Road, Bristol - From May 7th until the end of May.
Opening evening 6pm-8pm, THURSDAY MAY 7th contact me for an invite...
Sunday, 19 April 2009
Wednesday, 15 April 2009
Wednesday, 8 April 2009
The rest of the edition will be available through the RWA from Monday 20th April, or check here to see if i have any available direct.
Thursday, 2 April 2009
Despite having had the misfortune to return home last Friday to find my house had been burgled having taken my Mac and PC laptops, digital projector, Canon SLR and all 5 lenses, as well as video camera, Tag watch and 2 pairs of Oakleys - I aint gonna let it get me down... (much!)
Having next to no equipment left at all is just another challenge to overcome, so it is time to rise to the occasion and get on with it. It's either that or get all hot and bothered and i dont really do negitive energy...
So after a few requests from visitors to the Crimes of Passion show at the RWA, ill be releasing the next Acerone screen print in approximately 2 weeks time - Park St. This was the fourth canvas in the series i have displayed at the current exhibition, be sure to get up there and visit it if you haven;t already. A little heads up - entrance is FREE on Sat 11th April!
Like with the Clifton Suspension Bridge screen print, i will be offering 10 people the chance to make a preorder for a hand finished version of the Park St print for half price - £65 instead of £130. If you are interested, either follow the link for the store at the top right of the blog, or click here
Print details -
Park St. by Acerone
Size - 450mm x 640mm appox
3 colour silkscreen print on heavyweight Lustralux paper
Signed and stamped by the artist
10 hand-finished prints available at the pre-order price of £65
General release price - £130 hand finished version, £99 standard edition.
Run of 50 prints to be realeased in April 2009.