Amazing work from an amazing artist… Lister in Berlin!
My good friend Stormie Mills has a new painting in the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art’s Salon 2011 show.
All the artists involved in the show are award winning artists, including Stormie…
More info here.
The Great Capacity We All Have Within 2011
Spray paint, acrylic, dirt & graffiti remover on canvas
60.5cm x 50cm
This was an experiment I did from last year, thought I’d share it as very few people have ever seen it.
Self portrait in two colours
Matt emulsion & spray paint on canvas
137cm x 137cm
Scotland’s Recoat Gallery hosts the UK’s first comprehensive “Graffuturism” Exhibition titled “Rudimentary Perfection”.
Mark Lyken has curated an exhibition that pulls together an impressive group of notable international artists linked by their innovative spirit & shared graffiti heritage.
Each of these artists has ventured down unique paths in their post graffiti output & each offers a radical take on expressive, figurative & letter-based abstraction. These works, while differing in approach & execution retain the sense of movement, assured marks & imperfect beauty of graffiti itself.
Opening Night. Fri 1st July. 7-10pm
Show runs from 2nd to the 31st July 2011.
323 North Woodside Road
Glasgow, United Kingdom
+44 (0) 141 341 0069
I have 4 original postcards in the Oli Bennett secret postcard raffle this month… There’s some amazing artists in this collection – D*Face, Wayne Chisnall, David Dipre and so many more…
It’s all about the small works!
Oli Bennett was a young man killed in the 9/11 world trade centre attack. The Oli Bennett charity was set up in his name to provide funding and grants for young people with business ideas, many of who are from an underprivileged background. It operates in a similar way to the Prince’s Trust. The fund has helped a wide variety of young people in the past set up businesses as wide ranging as wood recycling, sports coaching, fashion designing, jewellery making, ceramics, Car valeting, cake making etc.
Enter the raffle here.
Original artwork by Wayne Chisnall.