London Overground & Waltham Forest Art Trail
to Dec 31

London Overground & Waltham Forest Art Trail

One of a series of 8 prints on aluminium that have gone up at all of the Waltham Forest overground stations to celebrate the London Overground's 10th birthday in 2017.

Really thrilled with this collaboration with Arriva Rail London and LBWF council, the linocut plaques are at chosen locations at eight stations in Waltham Forest - can you see them all?

Highams Park
Wood Street
Walthamstow Central
St James Street
Queens Road
Leyton Midland Road
Leytonstone High Road


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Windows I and II, Linocut Mural,  Walthamstow High Street
to Jan 1

Windows I and II, Linocut Mural, Walthamstow High Street

The Walthamstow High Street wall art project has been installed!

You can find the new linocut windows on the corner of the High Street on Carisbrooke Road. 

Window one 'Sunburst' is an abstract view looking over the local area and window two is a sycamore tree as seen on Pretoria Avenue, and these trees fill the roads adjacent to the work.

A six month process from start to finish - huge thank you to the St James Street Big Local for the residents art grant and to LBWF High Street Ward for planning and funding. 

The wall has been transformed from its previous derelict state and I'm now seeking a new wall/ area to tackle :)




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We Are Extraordinary / WF Borough of Culture 2019
to May 31

We Are Extraordinary / WF Borough of Culture 2019

A new book to celebrate inspiring people from Waltham Forest.

We are Extraordinary will be a brand new illustrated hardback book that will be distributed to every school and library in Waltham Forest to tell the stories of some of the inspiring people who have lived and worked in Waltham Forest, encouraging children in the Borough today to aim high in their ambitions and to fulfill their potential. 

Co-created with local artist Farah Ishaq and with school children in Leytonstone, the book will tell the stories of local heroes such as Michael Nyman and Talvin Singh creating new genres of music, Lutalo Muhammad winning Olympic medals in taekwondo, Fanny Craddock inspiring the nation to cook, Laurie Cunningham, David Beckham and Harry Kane playing football in our clubs and parks, Frederick Bremer pushing boundaries with internal combustion engines,  Alfred Wells and William Britain Jr manufacturing market leading toys, Clement Attlee, William Morris and Jenny Hammond seeking to improve people’s lives, Harry Beck reinventing the map for London Underground, Grayson Perry pushing artistic boundaries, Tom Hood amusing the nation with his verse and illustration, Victoria Cross holder George Mitchell, Alfred Hitchcock scaring generations of film fans and Matthew Bourne bringing ballet to new audiences. 

Waltham Forest has had huge amounts of talent in its homes, schools and workplaces, and continues to do so and this book will aim to inspire a brand new generation to be extraordinary. 

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Miniscule / Venice Biennale 2019
to Jul 21

Miniscule / Venice Biennale 2019


A group show of Miniscule sculptures and artworks, curated by Vanya Balogh taking place at this year’s Venice Biennale, theme is May You Live in Interesting Times.

Artists have taken up the invitation to submit a diminutive art object of any genre or media but with one simple proviso: the maximum size of the work is that of the common matchbox; 2” by 1.5”

Exhibition address: Fondamenta Sant’Anna 996, Castello 30122, Venezia.

PV 10th May, Finnisage Party 21st July

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Year of the Pig, 7th Chinese Open, Whitcomb Street WC2
to Feb 16

Year of the Pig, 7th Chinese Open, Whitcomb Street WC2

Celebrating all things piggy through thought provoking art and performance and music, 100+ artists take over 4 levels of the Q Park in between Leicester Square and Trafalgar Square.

Showing a site specific new work Savages Revisted on Level 3. Comprising 200 hand burnished linocuts on vintage Aldous Huxley Brave New World pages, strung up inside a tilting empty ‘white’ house.

Grand finale is on 2pm to 8pm on Saturday Feb 16.

Curated by Rebecca Feiner of Elements Gallery.

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#51%Remember Her/ Tower Gallery/ London
to Apr 8

#51%Remember Her/ Tower Gallery/ London

Launching on International Womenʼs Day Wednesday March 8th #51%RememberHer references London's 51 per cent female population and is the inaugural exhibition of over 100 women artists featuring sculpture, painting, animation, installation, photography, drawing, performance, graffiti, spoken word, history walks, talks and special events throughout the month. 

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