I’m very exited to be part of the E17 Art Trail this year!
Alongside Suzi Jerrold and Lee-Ann Adendorff I will show my art work…and in turn stroll through my neighbourhood to admire the artwork of other E17-ers!
Please come visit us! Information below:
Address: 58 Rensburg Road, E17 7HN
Sat 3rd June: 10.00 – 19.00
Sun 4th June: 10.00 – 19.00
Mon 5th June: 15.00 – 19.00
Sat 10th June: 10.00 – 19.00
Sun 11th June: 10.00 – 19.00
Mon 12th June: 15.00 – 19.00
Sat 17th June: 10.00 – 19.00
Sun 18th June: 10.00 – 19.00
Come visit Jonah at the Oxford House in Bethnal Green, London.
Mon-Fri 9am – 10pm & Sat – Sun 10am – 2pm *free entry*
It has been a great honour to have won first prize at the Let’s All Be Free “Indigenous Revival Art Event” at Cafe 1001 in Bricklane, London.
I really love how they presented my piece ❤
The fun can really begin now that the exhibition space is sorted!
The time has come to really kick-start the WorryBoy exhibition!
Spring 2016 WorryBoy will come to life at the Oxford House in Bethnal Green, London (exact date will follow this week)
I have set up a Kickstarter account to create some funds to support the whole operation…
It would be awesome if you want to be part of this project!
Follow the link below to get all the information and ways to support WorryBoy…and receive the different WB-inspired rewards!
… I hope to see you at The Oxford House this coming spring to take a walk through WorryBoy’s head…and see if he will ever get out…
Click here to go to Kickstarter
Click here to see the exhibition trailer on YouTube
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!