I have a couple of original works for sale:
Four of Birmingham’s leading contemporary art galleries have collaborated to present a special Winter Art Fair at Ikon Gallery from Friday 29 November to 1 December.Ikon Gallery, Eastside Projects, The Lombard Method and Grand Union will show art for sale by international and British artists including Rachel Adams, Helen Brown, Hamish Fulton, Ryan Gander, Liam Gillick, Juneau Projects, Joanne Masding, Mike Nelson, Cornelia Parker, Stuart Whipps, Ruth Claxton and Yangjiang Group.
The fair will feature a range of affordable works – including limited edition prints, posters, books and sculptures – suitable for the home or office, as an investment or a great Christmas gift. Prices range from £10 to £2000 with all profits directly supporting the galleries.
A tale of a young couple, one of which is not whom they appear, one of them is going to die at the hands of the other, but which one? Cut from Night of the Living Dead (1967)
Relaxation video meets Night of the Living Dead but minus the zombies & violence
For the surreal 1995 western Dead Man (sampled in the montage above) Jarmusch enlisted Neil Young to compose and perform the soundtrack. “To me,” Young is quoted as saying at the outset of the project by Jonathan Rosenbaum in his BFI Modern Classics book on the film, “the movie is my rhythm section and I will add a melody to that.” Young recorded his minimalist score, much of it improvised, in a large warehouse in San Francisco while watching a rough cut of the film. Young played all the instruments: electric and acoustic guitars, pump organ and a detuned piano.
My work is currently being showcased on Photoworks website.
Absolutely thrilled to be showcased on Photoworks.
Still taken from
“There’s Nothing Behind This Gate Worth Dying For”
Very excited to be taking part in Act 1: Zombie Poverty at BCU’s Article Gallery.