Archive for month: December, 2010
100 Artists for World AIDS Day will take place this Friday December 17th from 4pm to 9pm at the Phoenix Gallery, 10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton. Admission £1 (under 10s free). There will be an eclectic mix of work featuring photography, original paintings, sculpture, prints, cards, badges, t-shirts etc. Also live music, poetry reading, yummy local food and drinks and raffles with oodles of fab prizes.
We will be raising money for the The Sussex Beacon, a unique centre providing innovative services for those living with HIV. Artwork from up to one hundred south-east based visual artists and makers will help raise awareness of World Aids Day. All work is for sale with 10% of all sales donated to the charity.
I will be selling lots of my prints plus some brand new ones all at discounted prices only for this one show to help raise as much money as I can. PLEASE come and support this great event. xx
A big thanks to all of you who made it to my Open House these last three weekends. We sold lots of fantastic art and crafts and met some wonderful people over mulled wine and mince pies. What a great lead up to Christmas. I am still exhibiting at KOBA on the Western Road – until end of January as part of Brighton Photo Biennial. Koba have had such a positive response from their punters that they have asked to keep our work up for an extra month.
I took this photo last week after a big dump of snow overnight. The Hove Beach Huts make a great backdrop for this little fella all dressed up in pink and enjoying his morning constitutional. Very Brighton. Hope you like it. I will have some prints at my FINAL weekend of Christmas Open House this Saturday and Sunday 11/12 December.