Lucy here.. Just wanted to thank everyone who came down and supported us at the August 4th Showcase London. It went really well, met some lovely people and sold a fair bit of work. Unfortunately that was the last Showcase London at Cafe 1001, BUT, don't worry your pretty little selves, for Showcase is only moving round the corner to RICH MIX, on Bethnal Green Road!
This Showcase is going to be even more buzzing than the last, firstly because I will be exhibiting with the very talented - Thomas Leadbetter http://thomasleadbetter.blogspot.com/ and secondly because we will be combining our exhibition with sketches and scenes from talented young actors, the whole night will just be bursting with creativity and fresh talent.
There will, of course, be a BAR and lots of art and merchandise to buy - big and small! I will be selling my normal collection of A3 and A4 prints, fridge magnets and postcard packs.
N.B. If you would like a print of any image off my blog or website
please do let me know by latest September 19th, and I can get them printed by request to bring to the show.
Hope to see you down there!
Wraggy love to all
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Twenty%extra, a London based creative agency have written a very flattering review about me and my work, which happened to fall on my birthday! Lovely surprise present! Check it folks...
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
This is some of my work from my latest project on Anthropomorphism, where I have used animals to play out different human situations which I find apparent to living in London. In these three images I address Class Division, Etiquette and Immigration.
This project is called "Gods of Modern technologies". My idea for this work to reinterpret the traditional animist gods but in the urban jungle and modern environment. A god of birds would become god of aviation for example. It is also a comment on post industrial issues such as pollution, CCTV, or weapons of mass destruction...