...But after one of the driest summers we remember (Faversham saw more than two clear months of hot, sunny weather with not a drop of rain), the workshop is (finally!) starting to take shape and plenty of pots of paint have been emptied (carefully) onto various homes' walls, windows and doors.
Amongst these other projects we are working towards the East Kent Open Houses 2018 with a series of illustrations and sculptures, alongside curation and graphic design for the Alexander Collection 2019 at Faversham's Alexander Centre on Preston Street.
These coming few weeks we will be painting in a club and two houses, up-cycling a console table with marble effects to match a previous set of greek-style plinths, finally putting the roof on the workshop (weather-permitting!), and - after a rather long but extremely busy summer - working alongside staff and the new(ish) patron of the Alexander Collection, Pim Baxter OBE (National Portrait Gallery), to put together its 2019 installation, appropriately entitled 'Anniversaries'. This is to celebrate five years of showcasing local artists' works, alongside established artists from many backgrounds. (More about that in coming blogs)
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More information about the East Kent Open Houses 2018 can be found here.