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Monochrome show at the Islington Arts Factory

Monochrome, a show curated by Sonelle at Merge Arts has opened to the public since yesterday – Saturday 28th October 2017. Below are a few pictures of the Private View which happened on Friday night. Talks by some of the exhibiting artists as well as networking made this night an enjoyable one and definitely one I am glad to be part of. The show runs until the 2nd November 2017 at the Islington Arts Factory.  
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I am taking part in Monochrome, a group show at the Islington Arts Factory

I’m excited to have been selected for Monochrome, a week long show at the Islington Arts Factory. Three of my latest artworks will be on display, pop along to find out what they are. Here is a Google map of the location, with the Private View on Friday 27th October from 6pm. The show runs until the 2nd November 2017. Hope to see you there! About MERGE MERGE provides a unique opportunity for new, emerging and established film-makers & Visual artists to come together, showcase their practices and bring about an immersive creative experience. The amalgamation of these art forms, celebrated by MERGE, will provide artists with a supportive environment to network, present, discuss, and explore being a 21st Century creative practitioner.
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I am taking part in the next Pancakes & Booze London, Oct 17

I will have a few of my latest pieces on display at the upcoming London Pancakes & Booze pop up fair which will be held at Studio Spaces, E1, London. The date: 6th October 2017. Be there. You can see pics from the last (Feb 2017) edition which I took part in
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Average Art magazine – “Winter” featured in the June edition

Another feature of my piece “Winter” in the June edition of the Average Art magazine. Thrilled.
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Wotisart magazine – “WINTER” featured in the may edition

I was thrilled to feature in the May edition of the newly launched Wotisart magazine.
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The colour palette, a hard thing to master

Here is the colour palette and its final creative output “David v Goliath”, part of the CUBE series Spray paint on wooden board (well a shelf found outside the studio) Colour palette is something I need to give more thoughts perhaps but for now, I am more focused on the composition in my work.
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Regal Homes Artist Call

This is it. Here is my entry for the Regal Homes / Arts for All Artist Call This was the brief – “London developer Regal Homes are working with Arts for All to find a new, unique 2D piece of Art that will be placed in the heart of a new mixed use development on Hackney Road, East London. They are keen to find work that reflects the creative nature of the area.” The theme is ‘Regeneration‘. My statement about the piece – I happened to be working on a series called CUBE and when I read about the contest, I immediately thought the White CUBE at the center of this series fit the brief perfectly. The CUBE series is the attempt of using the white cube as a catalyst for wellbeing. It is there to calm the atmosphere, as well as contrasting with the ‘un-square’ world. The CUBE in this picture is the gentle driving force, the Regeneration catalyst for Hackney Road and its surroundings. The old and crumbling buildings on Hackney Road are fading away to leave place to new developments, and the vulture who once thought the neighbourhood was his, watches powerlessly as the area rises again. […]
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The ‘feeling good’ vibe when you start on a new piece

Always a good day in the studio when you start a new piece. This one is to enter an art contest. More on that later. See the finished piece.
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Weapons of mass creation, Montana spray cans

Montana Cans (official) is what I use to paint & while I do not have much experience with any other brand, there might be a good reason – they are just awesome. Note for later: go get more cans, I am out of ref SHOCK 2010 Orange! The SHOCK range is insane by the way
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My studio, a retreat for the mind

Earlier at work… “Who wants a LEGO head?” asked Peter. “I do!” I immediately replied. And BOOM, LEGO head is in da studio! I wish to everybody to have a studio or a place where they feel at ease, where they can recharge themselves. My studio certainly is soothing.
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