Select 2014 at Newark Park

Exciting news about an exhibition at Newark Park in April. I’m one of a number of artists and makers invited to show work in an exhibition curated by Lizzi Walton of Stroud International Textiles as part of a series of linked events related to the symposium.

Newark Park is a wonderful National Trust treasure and was once a Tudor Hunting Lodge. Here 30 extraordinary artists will exhibit work. Among the work will be site responsive work inspired by the magical setting of Newark Park. 

http://www.stroudinternationaltextiles.org.uk/

The exhibition runs from 23 April – 8 June and I will be running a two-day papermaking workshop on 10 and 11 May. More details soon.

Zeitgeist Summer Exhibition

OVER 100 ARTWORKS BY OVER 100 MEMBERS
19-20 July 1-5pm, Preview Thursday 18 July 6-8.30pm
Artists and curators in dialogue, Saturday 20 July 4-5pm

Exhibiting Members: Cos Ahmet, Jane Archer, Phil Baird, Ros Barker, Sharon Beavan, Molly Behagg, Axel Bottenberg, Miranda Boulton, Sasha Bowles, Jo Brown, Deborah Burnstone, Sandy Campbell, Isabela Castelan, Andrea Coltman, Stephanie Conway, Emma Cousin, Amelia Critchlow, Julia Miranda, Julia Davenne, Rosalind Davis, Suzanne de Emmony, Etienne de Villiers, Ruth Dent, James Devlin, Elizabeth Dismorr, Sarah Drake, David Edmond, Alex Evans, Simon Fell, Sarah Filmer, Roisin Fogarty, Tina Francis, Bettina Fung, Hannah Futers, Cathy Gale, Pippa Gatty, Melissa Gibbs, Julia Hamilton, Kirsty Harris, Hayley Harrison, Genevieve Hatton-Brown, Henry/Bragg, Denise Hickey, Sam Hodge, Jonathan Hood, Lauri Hopkins, W.M. Hudson, Bridget H Jackson, Catherine Jacobs, Pauline Lane, Joanna Layla, Jane Lawson, Fernando Leon-Guiu, Karolina Magnusson Murray, Oskar Marchock, Julia Menzies, Faza Merajdin, Jennie Merrell, Diane Mikula, Marion Mitchell, Laura Moreton-Griffiths, Kate Murdoch, Kate Murray-Browne, John Myers, Radka Myslikova, Michaela Nettell, Olabisi Onisemo, Edward Parsons Brown, Elspeth Penfold, Charley Peters, Irene Polites, Jane Ponsford, Steven Porter, Chantal Powell, Sarah Praill, Máire Quinn, Shelley Rae, Ritva Raitsalo, Victoria Rance, Andre Ritins, Ana Ruepp, Julia Russell, Wendy Saunders, Christabel Scott Anderson, Timothy Shepard, Lindsay Simons, Katie Sims, Hannah Slater, Jayne Anita Smith, Lisa Snook, Donna Snyman, Lucy Soni, Jennifer Talbot, Annabel Tilley, Dina Varpahovsky, Pandora Vaughan, Judith Walker, Binita Wallia, Frances Walsh, Charmaine Watkiss, Ruth Weinberg, Tisna Westerhof, Rachel Wilberforce, Bernice Wilson, Robert Worley, Carol Wyss, Claire Yspol.

‘Tonight I’ve had any cynicism that was setting in about the capital’s art scene, charmed out of me at two thoroughly fantastic exhibitions. The first: organised by a couple of ladies who under the name of @ZeitgeistAP are positively shaping the art world into something
A) more accessible B) more realistic and yet C) invariably vibrant. This is the right kind of innovation and boy is it refreshing. An antidote to the Royal Academy show’ Rachel Guthrie

Short but sweet treasure trove exhibition of works under £150.

Zeitgeist Arts Projects, ASC Studios Entrance 2, Bond House, Goodwood Road, London SE14 6BL

http://www.artofengland.uk.com/exhibitions/zeitgeist-summer-exhibition/

Open Studios

Kingston Open StudiosOn Saturday 16 March 2013 between 1-6pm the Hawks Road Studios (where my studio is) will be open for informal visits. The studios have only just been set up so this isn’t really an exhibition although many of the artists will be showing new work. Do come in and say hello if you are in the area.

Share and Exchange

SHARE & EXCHANGE EXHIBITION
Thursday 10 January, 5-8pm

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As part of ZAP’s first birthday celebrations, an instant exhibition, open to all artists, where all the artworks will be exchanged randomly at the end of the evening.

Cos Ahmet, Judith Alder, Brian Appleby, Phil Baird, Ros Barker, Miranda Benzies, Kate Bowen, Sasha Bowles, Broughton & Birnie, Shelley Calhoun, Gemma Cossey, Amelia Critchlow, Somaya Critchlow, Graham Crowley, Sally Crowley, Rosalind Davis, Dave Edmond, Bettina Fung, Yolanta Gawlik, Julia Hamilton, Kirsty Harris, Genevieve Hatton-Brown, Julie Henry, Catherine Herbert, Justin Hibbs, Denise Hickey, Sam Hodge, Bill Hudson, Catherine Jacobs, Natasha Khan, Fernando Leon-Guiu, Claire Manning, Karolina Magnusson, Jennie Merrell, Julia Miranda, Diana Mikula, Kate Murdoch, Kate Murray-Browne, Ed Parsons-Brown, Jane Ponsford, Chantal Purcell, Maire Quinn, Christina Reading, Ana Ruepp, Julia Russsell, Wendy Saunders, Ryan Scullion, Lisa Snook, Lucy Soni, Paul Stanley, Dani Tagen, Annabel Tilley, Rachel Wilberforce, Robert Worley, Carol Wyss, April Yasamee, Sophie Zhu

Zeitgeist Arts Projects

WW Gallery Xmas BOGOF

I have a piece of work in the WW Gallery Xmas BOGOF fundraiser 19 – 21 December. Do come along and add your support / solve your Christmas present problems / enjoy the event.

The Xmas BOGOF features an eclectic range of works donated by 100 of the best emerging and established artists on the contemporary art scene. Many of them have won or been selected for major awards such as the Jerwood, Threadneedle, John Moores, Marmite and are in major collections such as Deutsche Bank, Saatchi and the V&A.

The BOGOF is a fundraising event in aid of WW Projects non-profit initiatives, so seize the opportunity to start or build upon your collection while investing in WW and its wide network of artists.

To keep logistical and administrative costs to a minimum, none of the BOGOF works will be viewable online. The sale will begin at 6pm on Wednesday 19th December and close at 4pm on Saturday 22nd December, at WW Gallery, 34/35 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8DX, Farringdon Tube.

For more information please contact Francesca Brooks at francesca.a.brooks@gmail.com.

Recent workshops

‘People, Places and Papermaking’ workshops on 8 and 9 September at The Witham, Woodleigh, Barnard Castle, DL12 8AA and Winston Village Hall, Winston, County Durham, DL2 3RJ

There were short drop-in sessions on Saturday 8 September teaching the basic techniques involved in papermaking through a demonstration, having a go and making two or three sheets of paper in to the beautiful setting of the Castle and the River Tees.

On Sunday 9 September there were half day workshops developing techniques in papermaking in relation to the natural landscape. This workshop involved an introduction to the history of paper making and a short walk to find materials and inspiration. It included learning the basic techniques of papermaking through a demonstration, having a go yourself and making paper artwork to take home. The Heart of Teasdale Landscape Partnership is supported by Durham County Council / Barnard Castle Vision / The National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.

http://www.heartofteesdale.net