There is beauty in so many places in London, even in the places you least expect. I love how animals have adjusted so much to the urban life. The unexpected visit of a squirrel on the rooftop trying to bury a mars-bar or a cheeky pigeon who hops on the tube and wriggles about can change a boring moment into a very entertaining one!
These are still works in progress, but am enjoying playing with the lay-outs and colours. …to be continued!
I received this lovely email from Starry Night that my work has been chosen to be part of their Artist To Look Out For Catalogue!
“After reviewing your application, we are very pleased to inform you that you have been accepted into our Artists To Look Out For catalogue.
Your work is very strong and we believe it’s not only well executed, but also shows a lot of promise. We believe that you are in a strong position to make the most of this unique opportunity, and that you are truly an “artist to look out for”. So, thanks for showing us your work; we believe it is going to bring a lot to our publication as a whole.
Monika Proffitt, the Executive Director of Starry Night Programs, decided that after all of our hard work this year, she just wanted to give something back to the art community. That’s why she decided to create the Artists to Look Out For catalogue; to help emerging artists like you even more – and make it free! I can’t tell you how excited we are to share this opportunity with you.”
Totally honoured!! …to be continued…