Monday, 30 April 2012

exhib update

Book Reading by Reverend Peter Owen Jones of his new book

ABRAXUS HEX

7pm Sunday 13th May 2012
Terrace Room
Ticket price £5.00
Paul Newman

This will accompany an exhibition of Illustrations from the book by Erin MacAirt at Pelham House, Lewes
11th May- 19th June

For tickets please contact Pelham House Reception 01273 488600

 
 

Sunday, 22 April 2012

printing

i really should invest in a better camera............me and Bee at work in the studio........................... i do love a bit of belgian house/trance  ;) The Subs
from Ghent-----------------

Saturday, 21 April 2012

mirror mirror

exclusive to Brixi (Brixton Village, London) are 3 mirrors i've made with aphorisms written in reverse...'a time for self reflection', 'mirror mirror' and 'reflect what is in your heart'. They are unique hand crafted, blow torched, burnt, branded mirrors -  once they are gone...



Brixton Village ---- ahhh the best black coffee


Circus, boutique in brixton village

Saturday, 14 April 2012

exhibition

it's official - blood, sweat & tears have gone into my upcoming show at Pelham House in Lewes (i just accidentally stabbed my leg with a scalpel, it hurts). Come along and see the results! You'll find me and my work in the bar ;) . Peter Owen Jones will be reading from his new book, and the illustrations will be on show.




Thursday, 12 April 2012

upcycle

this is my upcycled apron made from an old shirt i bought in a charity shop. i cut off the sleeves and used them for the ties at the back and the cuffs for the pockets.
beastly beets, have you ever seen one this big!?
apron in action




Sunday, 1 April 2012

the red curtain

there is nothing quite like going to the cinema... me and my nephew were planning on a trip to the observatory but the sky was full of one huge cloud that never parted, so we changed plans and went to the Curzon in Eastbourne. Going to this cinema is like being on set for a David Lynch film. I love the old skool tickets and hypnotic curtains ;)




 We went to watch The Hunger Games (Gary Ross), it's a bit like the Japanese film Battle Royale (without half as much graphic violence) and ends with a message that hope & love conquers all!