My new solo exhibition – up, running and beyond all expectations
My new solo exhibition, When (S)pain became the Norm, is up and running at London’s Strand Gallery and already excitement is at an all time high, not only for me, but for those wonderful visitors who have taken the time to visit this comprehensive solo show of my artwork. Already the corks have been popping, the guest book is filling up and little red dots are starting to appear alongside the odd artwork signifying that these precious products of my creativity have found new homes.
In my last post, I promised you some photos of the show, and I have lived up to my word – albeit with only a small selection. With so many of my paintings hanging in one place, and plenty of questions being asked by the visitors to the show, remembering to take shots of the exhibition to share with all of my faithful blog followers keeps on slipping to the back of my mind. But here are a few photos showing the exhibition is some of its vibrant colour-packed glory, from the ground floor hung with my more emotionally impacting accident art works, to the basement which plays host to the vibrant Spanish works and an entire corridor filled with Norm paintings and illustrations – henceforth christened “Norm World”.
If you are unable to get to the UK or London to see the show, I really hope that you nevertheless enjoy this sneak peak of what is such a proud moment in my artistic life. If you are however able to make it down to London’s Strand Gallery, I hope that this selection is enough to tempt you further, and that I can look forward to welcoming you there later this week.
For now though, I leave you with some sights from my solo show. Enjoy!