This is a short post to let you know that I’m running a short hand drawn map workshop at ONCA Gallery in Brighton alongside the exhibition ‘The Long View’ by somewhere-nowhere, a creative team comprising of Harriet Fraser and Rob Fraser, a writer and photographer respectively. For more than two years, somehwere-nowhere have been visiting
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It’s lovely to be asked to show my map ‘Echolocation – the flight path of Starbeard 3’ once again at Onca Gallery as part of their relaunch and retrospective of the past 5 years, ‘Perspective 2012 – 2017’. Echolocation was commissioned by the Gallery in collaboration with Sussex Wildlife Trust who provided a package of
I am closely connected with Onca Gallery in Brighton and I often mention the organisation in my blog posts. Onca is an unusual contemporary art space supported by the Arts Council focussing on conservation and the environment. ONCA says the following about themselves: ‘Our mission is to cultivate environmental and human health through the arts.
Earlier this year, Onca Centre for Arts and Ecology, based in Brighton commissioned me to illustrate some promotional material for them – a series of four postcards that could also be read as a panoramic whole. Each postcard would be able to work independently as an image but put together, show the way to Onca.
At the beginning of July, I was asked by Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce to speak about my work and how I find inspiration to members of the Creative Hub – a community of creative businesses in the city. The following is a a written version of the presentation. INTRODUCTION I am an illustrator
So the maps have gone to the framers, press releases have been composed, invites have been sent and the artists are getting ready for the Private view on March 10th. I have copied information below about all the artists exhibiting in The Whale Road from the gallery blog. You can find more information here. Exhibiting
August in Brighton has been a month of weather contrasts, much warmer than anything I experienced on the Seadragon where we were wrapped in 8 layers of thermals, panic-buy fleeces, tangerine wet weather gear, life jackets and fishermans hats- yet just as varied. Storms. Monsoon rain. Hailstones as big as marbles. Heat to make your
At the beginning of 2014, the director of ONCA gallery, Laura Coleman, asked me if I wanted to take part in an expedition with a group of artists and oceanographers across the North Atlantic, mapping whales and using the journey as inspiration for a piece of artwork. I returned from the 1300 miles between Iceland
I was asked to create a mural recently for ONCA gallery, Brighton to celebrate their Summer season of exhibitions focussing on woods and forests. I’m not so good with heights but managed to get to the top with help from tall volunteers.The painting is based on tree rings and you can see it clearly, peering