Would you like to explore urban space through drawing?
Come to a new drawing workshop on the deck of a Minesweeper boat – led by artist Alexandra Blum.
Saturday 3rd October 10.30am – 4.30pm on board the Minesweeper Collective’s boat moored in Deptford Creek, London.
Book by 7th Sept for your early bird discount.
Further details here http://www.alexblum.co.uk/minesweeper_drawing_workshop_2.ht…
Hope you’ll join us for an exciting day of urban drawing!
To make room for my ever growing collection, I am letting a selection of works go for a very discounted price during the Open Studio weekend only.
Sample catalogue of sale items.
LYDIA BAUMAN (F9) Studio Sale Catalogue June 2015
For our Summer Open Studios, Catherine Hennessy in studio G1 will show a series of small, quick, simple paintings – views from trains, and some larger, inky water-colours of inside the studio, somewhere between painting and drawing. Hope to see you there – 20th & 21st June!
Local designer, Becky Baur will be sharing Helen Rawlinson’s studio in F5. Her handmade cushions and printed notebooks and bags will be for sale throughout our Summer Open Studios, 20th and 21st June. http://www.beckybaur.co.uk
In studio G3 Akiko Hirai Ceramics will be showing contemporary ceramic tableware and decorative jars, throughout our Summer Open Studios – 20th & 21st June.
During our Summer Open Studios, visit Studio G8 to see Deborah Colman’s textile designs which are printed and dyed on silk and linen. Recent designs focus on the theme of water.
Together with Helen Rawlinson in Studio F5, guest designer Madame Chalet will be selling self-adhesive height charts, travel card holders and canvas bags, all made in England and inspired by nostalgic Swiss culture.
During our Summer Open Studios, Caroline Lambard in Studio G11 will be continuing the exploration and discussion of form and space, in two and three dimensions. Drawings and maquettes will be on sale.
For the summer open studios Lina Peterson in studio G5 will have colourful mixed media jewellery in carved and painted wood, textiles and plastics on display and for sale.
Alexandra Blum’s new paintings combine intense observation with intuitive responses to spatial experience to explore the drama of everyday urban environments. See them in Studio G10 at our Summer Open Studios, 20th & 21st June.
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