I have a piece in this exhibition, please come and take a look.
Archive for the ‘Exhibitions’ Category
I was asked by Edition Paumes to submit a drawing for an exhibition titled ‘Pray for Japan’. The exhibition details are available by clicking on the link here. All money raised will go to the Japanese Red Cross to help the victims of the earthquake and tsunami. Martha, my ten year old daughter wanted to submit a drawing too, both of us send our love to Japan.
Claire has produced these new Risograph prints which will have their debut at the ‘Multiplied’ Art Fair at Christie’s starting on the 15th October, more info here. My favourite has to be ‘A Fixed Gaze’ (Gold Edition), limited to a print run of 45. They are also available to purchase online at www.elphicksshop.com.
15th – 18th October
We are pleased to announce that we have been invited to exhibit at Christie’s first contemporary editions fair. There are some amazing galleries participating so we feel extremely excited and privileged to be taking part. You will find us on stand number 35. For further information please visit www.multipliedartfair.com.
‘Posted is a temporary exhibition space in a former post office in East London that will present a series of art exhibitions, performances, screenings and workshops celebrating the post and exploring and examining our postal history and heritage’. Look out for Julia Riddiough’s fantastic book ‘Misguided’. For more information please click here
I am exhibiting at a fantastic new ‘at home’ gallery space called the Front View in the beautiful seaside town of Whitstable, for information please click here.
I am exhibiting on a group stand with Design Nation at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. I will be exhibiting alongside Carole Waller, Chris Eckersley, Ella Doran and Katy Holford. You will find us on Stand Number CW/04 from 19 – 23 May 2009. I am very excited about being involved in such a prestigious show and having been to Chelsea for several years as a visitor I am feeling very privileged to exhibit there. I’m sure it is going to be fantastic exposure for my work as well as my shop Elphick’s, better still I will be able to view the Show Gardens early in the morning before all the crowds arrive.
I have produced this poster as a Chelsea souvenir, recreated as an Offset Litho at 60cm x 80cm it fits in an off the shelf frame. You can pre order yours by calling 020 70337891. The poster is £15 + postage.
This etching is now being shown in two exhibitions, the first ‘Drawn Together’ which you can find out about here is a group show of drawings and prints by artists connected with The Prince’s Drawing School. The second, ‘The One Ton Show’ which you can find out about here is an exhibition of 100 artists producing work around the theme ‘London Lyrics’ for £100.
Alternatively it is available at Elphick’s, open Sundays 9am-4pm.
Earlier on in the blog I posted one of my new works under the heading ‘Fleur’. A collage created from some French Deco Wallpapers. I have spent hours cutting out the flowers to create my own floral arrangements inspired by the florist Contance Spry.
Here is the latest in the series which will get it’s first showing at my latest exhibition at the Wallner Gallery, Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham.
It’s been reproduced as a limited edition Giclee Fine Art Print in an edition of 20.
The exhibition runs from Saturday 16th August to Sunday 21st September.
True to form our glorious British Summer is proving hard to find. ‘Wish You Were Here’ is a group Summer themed show which aims to bring the sunshine to Columbia Road. Expect to see nostalgic images sure to lift these Summer time blues. Artists include Polly Banks, Rose Blake, Rob Clarke, Sharon Elphick, Dan Holliday, Kim Jenkins, Hazel Nicholls, Kavel Rafferty, Robert Ryan, Dandy Star, Nick Sullivan and Julie Westbury. Work from this eclectic group of artists will include illustration, fine art, photography, textiles and graphic design – all making it’s debut at this, Elphick’s first-of-many exhibitions. A slice of Summer whatever the weather for a fortnight at Elphick’s on Columbia Road.