I am taking part in this years St Werburghs Arts trail, on the 28th-29th September, 2019. I am excited to be showing a new set of paintings and prints, so would love for you to come and see them. Have a chat, and enjoy free soft drinks,or there is cake for sale as well! I will be showing work at: 13 Ashley St Bristol BS2 9RQ We will be open from 12pm until 6pm on both days. We are next to the little park near to The Duke Pub please see stwerburghsarts.org.uk for more info.
It has been a completely odd experience here in the U.K in the last two years or so since we had that vote that triggered, a period in history that will be laughed and scorned at. Something so ridiculous that it will be used in case studies in human stupidity, for decades to come.
Lots of great things have happened to me in 2018. But, we are buggered now. So things have changed. Life. seems to remain “optically” normal , but hey! We carry on as in some kind of never ending grief about the loss of the empire. It seems if the as the new normal works meanwhile the government are really masquerading as politicians , in charge of some back street middle management Double Glazing company playing back room deals, slapping each other on the backs, whilst we are living in a country which is so divided, politically and by blame and pie eyed ideas, that seem to be made up in some bizzare “lets fuck Britain, Bingo”
Below is something from my sketchbook, that was made this afternoon, the type was added after.
Today is the day when a group of artists, musicians, fans alike are paying respects to Dave law who sadly passed from Cancer earlier this year.
As mentioned in my last post, There will be a gig tonight in Glasgow, but if you cannot attend you can go and listen to a variety of music and video online, from soo many bands including, Chris Carter (Throbbing Gristle, Chris and cosey, Conspiracy international). Robin Rimbaud (scanner), Security, Laica, Ruby, 3 daughters, and much more.
On the 23rd June I will be involved in a day of celebration, of the life and death of Dave Law, more commonly known as DIL23.
Dil23 was a supporter of so many bands and artists alike (including me) and he championed the leftfield arts with so much passion and gusto.
On the 23rd day of June, “A Day for Dil” will commence. It is a multimedia platform, including video, art, music, and word, spread over the internet and culminating in a live show in Glasgow (see flyer below).
I am honoured to be asked to take part in this celebration of his life and have submitted a new art piece especially made for this event.
On the day of the 23rd there will be web links spread all over the net, so it will be like a massive arts trail.
The links will be online for at least 24 hours.
I will post more info next week. with links.
So many contributors, just paying their respects to a lovely, lovely man.