Pictures at the Whaletail, Lancaster

Another showing of some of my work at the Whaletail café in Lancaster. Lots of new stuff including this one. Its a further working of the Morecambe Bay sands picture this time cut on some Japanese handmade paper that I dyed and then cut. I decided to leave it partially cut as I thought it added something.

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Fighting fish

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This is a papercut for an Art Trail, organised by the Exchange in Morecambe and will hopefully be in the window at Crazy Cats on Regent street in Morecambe. It is a continuation of a picture that ended up being an album cover for Combineharvester.

The papercut will be framed between 2 sheets of acrylic (when i can get them to hold and not crack) so that it can be seen through. This picture shows it with the sky behind it. I may even make it luminous so that it will glow in the dark, ooooohhhh.

Here is the picture in Crazy Cats. Never got round to making it luminous.

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out and about over spring and summer

Over this spring and summer I shall be showing and selling my work in a few different places.

I shall have a couple of pieces of work in the “Journeys” exhibition hosted by Morecambe Artist Colony http://www.morecambeartistcolony.org/  during May and June which will be at either the Hothouse or Stone Jetty Cafe in Morecambe.

I shall also be selling pictures, cards and prints through The Exchange Creative Community http://www.theexchangecic.co.uk/  on West Street Morecambe.

And on every last Sunday of the month, starting on April 30th, I shall have a stall on Grange Art Prom http://www.promart.info/  at Grange over Sands in Cumbria.

And here is a new picture of Piccadilly station

 

 

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On Saturday 28th May I am doing a papercut workshop. It is part of The Exchange theexchangecic.co.uk  who are having a space in Marketgate Lancaster as part of Lancaster Comedy and Arts festival. It costs £10 (going to The Exchange) and runs from 1.30-3.30. I will provide everything, all you need is some ideas, patience and steady hand. (sorry not suitable for kids cos of the scalpels but i will provide scissors and paper to cut paper snowflakes and other stuff).

Please book through:  theexchangecic.co.uk

I thought we could make things like this

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butterflies