What a flurry of activity I have seen in the last few weeks! The Picture Show is now open for business for one week only at the Coningsby Gallery in central London.
Last night we opened our doors for the private view which was, in my opinion, a resounding success! There was a steady flow of both visitors and wine. The whole evening was captured by a wonderful photographer in the form of Mags from Mags Potter Photography; I can’t wait to see the results! I will pop a few on here as soon as I have them.
We have also had some incredible press for the show, including mentions from the likes of Computer Arts magazine and Design Week! And we are still open until the 21st of July, so I am looking forward to seeing what people make of us. I will be providing an exclusive unseen image from the ‘National Treasures’ collection (currently on show at the gallery) right here in a couple of weeks, so stay tuned!
Things are really hotting up now! The weather has improved slightly, so I’m enjoying being able to sit out on the balcony drawing until my hands ache, and going for little walks outside to try and ward off the cramp that comes from sitting up in front of the computer! The pressure is on to complete everything before the show in a couple of weeks. I’m pleased to say that I have organised merchandise and printing, so things really feel like they are starting to come together!
There’s a little interview with me over on the The Picture Show website right now, so if you’d like to have a little read please follow the link!
Also, although things have moved swiftly on since this stage, I thought I should offer up a little ‘sneak peek’ of the work…