UPCOMING:

How Small a Thought, curated by Anne Ryan and Andrew Child as part of Margate Festival

Exhibition open Saturday and Sunday 12 to 5pm, September 28th to October 13th

Flat 2, Marwell House,

Marine Drive,

CT9 1DJ

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ARTLICKS WEEKEND

Thursday- Sunday 17-20th October 2019

Caraboo Projects

THE WAGON

S t a n d p o i n t
45 Coronet Street
Hoxton
London N1 6HD
UK

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These are the days my friends

curated by Hannah Lees

Kupfer Projects

Arch 213,27A

Ponsford Street

London E9 6JU

THE STUDIO SHOW: 13th September 6-9pm Caraboo Projects, 2a Stafford Street, Bristol, BS3 4DA

Including Artists: JESSICA AKERMAN, SOPHIE ALDA, GEORGE BALDWIN, SAVINDER BUAL, SALLY COULDEN, FELICIA CLEVELAND-STEVENS, KATY DAY, CONSTANCE FLEURIOT, HAPPYNINGS, ADAM HEDLEY, ROBERT IVE, POLLY MAXWELL, JOHN O'HARE, CHRIS OWEN, CLEMENT PAGE, TOM PAYNE, HENRY POPE, PHIL ROOT, HANNAH TURNER-DUFFIN

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Cart on hill, unglazed ceramic, naturally dyed t-shirts, incense, 2019

Lunar Gardening, Kingsgate Project Space, 110-116 Kingsgate Road, London NW6 2JG

Samuel Palmer, Helen Sear, Lydia Brockless, Johanna Love, Charley Vines, 

Angus McCrum, Nina Royle, David Harrison, Rebecca Guez, Leah Stewart

 with additional material including books and ephemera by:                                    

Hamish Fulton, John Craxton, Richard Hamilton, RB Kitaj, Phil Root           

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Guitar/River, pigment on plaster, 15x23cm, 2019

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Window/Rain, pigment on plaster, 23x30cm, 2019

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Cave, with Sophie Alda broken pot, glazed porcelain and earthenware, 15x15x15cm, 2019

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Poison Hill, with Sophie Alda broken pot, glazed porcelain and earthenware, 20x15x15cm, 2019

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Rain House, watercolour, 15x21cm, 2019

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Number House, watercolour, 15x21cm, 2019

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Her head Reliquary I, glazed earthenware, 21x30cm, 2019

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Reliquary for Numerology, glazed earthenware, 21x30cm, 2019

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Her head Reliquary II, glazed earthenware, 21x30cm, 2019

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Milton Keynes Arts Centre plate fundraiser March 2019

Plate with snake, mushrooms and teardrops, Glazed earthenware, 30x30x9cm, 2019

The work came from looking at a mixture of sources, a snake from a Bernard Palissy ceramic, mushrooms lifted from a William Nicholson painting and the teardrops, a familiar symbol, evoking human tears, sweat, rain fall, water as conductor and the damp conditions of growing fungi.

Funds raised from the sale of works, generously donated by all participating artists, are used to deliver Milton Keynes Arts Centre’s free, year round outreach programme with local schools and families, targeting those with little or no access to the arts.

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Mushroom Henge, Glazed earthenware, 15x10x12cm, 2019