Here are some pictures from an exhibition my classmates and I put together at the Embassy Tea Gallery in London. We all produced work exploring our own (or someone else’s) paradise within the city of London. My pieces, titled The Regulars -shown above- look at the people that spend their days drinking in their place of escape and paradise, the pub. The exhibition is running 17th – 22nd June 2014 so if you’re around in London go and check it out! Free admission.
Based on Royal Tenenbaum as a character from the Wes Anderson film The Royal Tenenbaums
A few weeks back I sold the last copy of this print! A massive thank you to everyone who has bought my work! Not to worry I have more for sale at The Abbey Tavern in Kentish Town. They’re selling like hot cakes at the moment so get in there while you can!
A shrine to celebrate M.I.A. as a symbol that women shouldn’t be restricted to staying at home as she performed 9 months pregnant at the Grammy Awards in 2009. The ‘icon’ is a body cast which I painted.