Here's the info about the Urban Art Fair in Brixton, I'll be exhibiting there this weekend.
Summer is here and now is the time to enjoy art in the open air at London's largest annual alfresco Art Fair. For the ninth year running the residents of Josephine Avenue will be transforming their sleepy, tree lined street into a bustling exhibition space. With a hundred and fifty photographers, printers and painters exhibiting this is our biggest event yet. Entry is FREE and with prices ranging from under a tenner to over a thousand pounds this makes it a truly affordable event for all art lovers, whatever your budget.
As well as a seeing a wealth of art, you can also taste a mouth watering selection at our various foods stalls which will include Mexican, Carribean and Indian, plus our Saturday 'Tea & Cakes' stand. Live Art will be provided by graffiti artists Soulful Gallery and JPart who will both be creating stunning new works on our Urban Art Walls. On the Saturday you can treat your ears at our SOUND STAGE which will feature an eclectic mix of music from local musicians (for more info click here).
You can also help us raise money for good causes on our Charity Sunday.This is when 10% from all sales will be donated to our two charity partners The British Home and Trinity Hospice.
Urban Art 2010 is a unique London event not be missed. Not only is it the perfect setting to view new and original artworks, it is also a great way to meet and talk to artists face to face. All this plus live graffiti being created in front of your very eyes, delicious food to taste, some great music to listen to, plus the opportunity of raising money for some very worthy causes...what more could you ask?So make a note in your diary and set a date to experience art in the open air... it's what Summer days were made for.
17th & 18th July, 10am-6pm. Josephine Avenue, London SW2
I'll be introducing a couple of new prints, which are versions of the illustrations in the book project I'm working on. This one is called 'The Allotment', and the one below is 'Dawn Chorus'. Hope to see you there!