Friday, 15 May 2009

Curator's Choice

Blimey, I've been quiet, haven't I? It seems that a great deal has been going on, but none of it found it's way into Boogie Street. A lot of it was just stuff, not lending itself to writing about, but one or two things should have been mentioned.

Most importantly, especially as I sit here waiting for the Parcelforce man to turn up, is the invitation to show some work at the Lloyd Gill Gallery in Weston-Super-Mare. I know, Weston-Super-Mare! You can't get much further from Gateshead, really, but one of the wonders of the Interweb is that people who might otherwise not see your work get to do so. This invitation is down to my exposure on Flickr.

Lloyd Gill, the Director of the gallery, selected the following paintings for showing in the upcoming show, Earth-Water-Concrete-Steel-Brick:



Building by a Motorway
(Oil on canvas, 91 x 91 cms)


Newgate Street
(Oil on canvas, 66 x 90 cms)


Millennium Bridge, London
(Oil on canvas, 50.8 cm x 50.8 cms)


Aegean Hideaway
(Oil on canvas, 50.8 x 50.8 cms )

The exhibition starts on 26th May and runs until 19th June. If you live in the area, why not drop for what looks an enjoyable show? Sorry I can't be there to talk to you.

6 comments:

Owen said...

Top two in this list are my favs of the curator's choice. Well done and the best of success to you Harry.

harrybell said...

Thanks, Owen. It was an interesting experience looking again, for the first time in a long time, at Building by a Motorway. There's a great deal about it that I like.

April Jarocka said...

All the best with the exhibition Harry! My favourite from what you've shown is the Millenium Bridge. Nice work all round though.
Regards
April

harrybell said...

Thank you, April. There's already been an expression of interest in buying the Millennium Bridge.

vivien said...

congratulations!

it makes a great series

April Jarocka said...

Best of luck with selling your work Harry!