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Blue Mythologies

Blue Mythologies by Carol MavorCarol Mavor’s latest book, Blue Mythologies: Reflections on a Colour, has just been released. This series of explorations of the colour blue presents readings which are at once sociological, literary, historical and visual, taking the reader from the blue of a new-born baby’s eyes to the films of Jarman and Kieslowski.

It also features Iris’ Stocking, by Annabel Dover.

Find out more and purchase the book through our bookshop.

Annabel’s work will be in another book soon; our own This ‘Me’ of Mine: Self, Time & Context in the Digital Age is in production. Mavor’s beautiful fairytale, Like Weeds, written for Annabel will be included in the book. Here’s a short excerpt:

At an early age, Annabel began composing her own nomenclature for the colour blue. Her tiny, densely nature-rich, taxonomically inscribed world was a blue marble writ large: like the earth itself. Annabel’s village was famed for its kindly Giant. He was nearly seven feet tall and weighed over twenty-three stone. He was strong. He was gentle. Children loved him. When he walked down the street, you could hear the children in peals of giggles chiming in with his roaring, big laugh. The Giant would carry boys and girls, three to a shoulder, begging them to kick him harder so that he could feel it. Little ones, who were too excited about the newness of their first steps, preferred not to be carried. They followed along at a brisk trot wearing baby-blue baby reins, complete with tinkling bells.

The Girl-Naturalist had once worn these reins and had sat on his shoulders.

Watch for more news coming soon…


Sandra Crisp wins Print International Prize, David Minton exhibits in ko-ax drawing at Mascalls Gallery & Aly Helyer is selected by Paul Noble for Creekside Open 2013

Paul Nobel installing Creekside Open at APT GalleryIn fact, This ‘Me’ of Mine was installed at APT Gallery when Paul and Ceri were selecting for the CREEKSIDE OPEN. It was all very mysterious and sequestered and by all accounts a marathon effort to whittle down the entries to make their selections. But select they did; both shows are sure to be fantastic and well worth a visit to APT Gallery. Congratulations to Aly Helyer for being among the selected artists!

Selected by Paul Noble
A.P.T Gallery
2 – 26 May 2013
Gallery open  |  Thursday to Sunday from 12noon to 5pm  |  Free entry
Opening Reception and Prize Giving  |  Saturday 4 May 2013  3 to 6pm  |  Paul Noble will award three prizes of £500 each
Cos Ahmet  │  Andrea Artz  │  Helen Ashton  │  ATOI – Amy Thomas and Oliver Irvine  │  Marta Bakst  │  Aglaé Bassens  │  Dominic Beattie  │  Jessica Blackwood  │  Allan Boston  │  Shane Bradford  │  Denise Bryan  │  Lindsey Bull  │  Richard J Butler  │  John Butterworth  │  Laura Bygrave  │  Emmanuelle Camus  │  Jane Cattlin  │  Christopher Clack  │  Paul Cole  │  Stephen Cooper  │  Gemma Cossey  │  Emma Cousin  │  Daniel Crews-Chubb  │  Alex Crocker  │  Blue Curry  │  Nicholas Dedics  │  Aidan Doherty  │  Claire Dorsett  │  Richard Ducker  │  Andrew Ekins  │  James Epps  │  Luci Eyers  │  Hayley Field  │  Craig Fisher  │  Gordon Flemons  │  Grant Foster  │  Mariano Gana  │  Natsue Golden  │  Stewart Gough  │  Helen Grant  │  Luey Graves  │  Kate Groobey  │  Neil Haas  │  Julia Hamilton  │  Aly Helyer  │  Lesley Hilling  │  Nicky Hirst  │  Andrew Hladky  │  Luke Humphries  │  Bruce Ingram  │  Benjamin Jenner  │  Frank Jennings  │  Andrew Kerr  │  Caroline King  │  Amanda Knight  │  Alec Kronacker  │  Tamiko Kusuhara  │  Simon Leahy-Clark  │  Caterina Lewis  │  Lana Locke  │  David Lucas  │  Lorrain Mailer  │  E J Major  │  Enzo Marra  │  Maslen & Mehra  │  Jan May  │  Oliver McConnie  │  Andrew Miller  │  Stuart Moller  │  Ebrel Moore  │  Eleanor Moreton  │  Ange Mukeza  │  Amy Owen  │  Nicholas Owens  │  Matthew Pagett  │  Jitka Palmer  │  Kyu Eun Park  │  James Parkinson  │  David Pike  │  Ruth Piper  │  Justin Piperger  │  Tom Pitt  │  Emily Platzer  │  Nick Powell  │  Jasmine Pradissitto  │  Katherine Reekie  │  Reka Ritt  │  Dai Roberts  │  Tania Robertson  │  Carole Romaya  │  Sam Rountree Williams  │  Michal Rubin  │  Melanie Russell  │  Anna Salamon  │  Lizi Sanchez  │  Margot Sanders  │  Ed Saye  │  Andrew Seto  │  Fay Shin  │  Claire Smith  │  Sophia Starling  │  Christy Symington  │  Shubba Taparia  │  Mia Taylor  │  Ernesto Torres Alarcon  │  Rebecca Townrow  │  Stella Tripp  │  Vanesa van Vlerken  │  Pepe Vives  │  Robin von Einsiedel  │  David R Watson  │  Gethin Wavel  │  Ashley West  │  Paul Westcombe  │  Tisna Westerhof  │  Caleb Whitefield  │  Lucy Whitford  │  Sarah Kate Wilson  │  Damian Wojcik  │  Diana Wolzak  │  Robert Worley  │  Eric Wright  │  William Wright  │  Yi Xin Yan  │  Guimi You
Selected by Ceri Hand
A.P.T Gallery
6 – 30 June 2013
Gallery open  |  Thursday to Sunday from 12noon to 5pm  |  Free entry
Opening Reception and Prize Giving  |  Saturday 8 June 2013  3 to 6pm  |  Ceri Hand will award three prizes of £500 each
Eve Ackroyd │ Tony Antrobus │ Miriam Austin │ Juan Bolivar │ Allan Boston │ John Brennan │ Agnes Calf │ Melanie Carvalho │ Cordelia Cembrowicz │ George Charman │ Martyn Cross │ Mark Davey │ Rose Davey │ Anita Delaney │ Adam Dix │ Geoff Dunlop │ Dexter Dymoke │ Andrew Ekins │ Annabel Elgar │ Rita Evans │ Gordon Flemons │ Grant Foster │ Cadi Froehlich │ Sofie Grevelius │ Hannah Hewetson │ Vicky Hodgson │ Emilia Izquierdo │ Paul R Jones │ Robin Kirsten │ Maria Konstanse Bruun │ Alex Lawler │ Bethan Lloyd Worthington │ Alex March │ Enzo Marra │ Nigel Massey │ Georgina McNamara │ Clare Mitten │ Gorka Mohamed │ Doireann Ni Ghrioghair │ Alejandro Ospina │ Justin Piperger │ Alicja Rogalska │ Melanie Russell │ Rachel Russell │ Miho Sato │ Lisa Selby │ Elizabeth Shuck │ David Brian Smith │ Christine Stark │ Callum Sutch │ David Theobald │ Abbi Torrance │ Ashley West │ Jack West │ Hannah Wooll │ Isabel Yellin │ Fantich and Young
A.P.T Gallery
Harold Wharf
6 Creekside
London SE8 4SA
Art in Perpetuity Trust
Registered Charity No. 1045363       

ko-ax drawing invitation

David Minton is selected for ko-ax drawing at Mascalls Gallery in Paddock Wood. With descriptions like, ‘A landscape cut into a discarded envelope; dress-making pins tracing the line of a child’s ball; a baby’s first waking gestures caught with a fleeting pencil line,’ it promises to be an interesting look at contemporary drawing in Kent.

5Ways Filmstrip 4 and The Bigger Picture in Print International 2013And Congratulations! to Sandra Crisp for winning the 2013 Print International Prize at Oriel Wrecsam Gallery, North Wales. Her three pieces, [Imprint] Soft_Terrain (inverted), 5Ways Filmstrip 4 and The Bigger Picture, which is of course part of This ‘Me’ of Mine, were chosen from amongst the 40 other international printmakers in the show. Well Done!

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Molly Behagg is inspired to share work, Sandra Crisp is selected for PRINT INTERNATIONAL 2013 and short-listed for ISEA 2013 in Sydney, Aly Helyer exhibits in ‘A House of Many Windows’

(c) Molly Behagg

(c) Molly Behagg

Through a Twitter call for artists to share work inspired by This ‘Me’ of Mine, Molly Behagg has shared two series, Vertigo and Thaw. Molly’s “work is concerned with notions of the self as transitory and unfixed. [She is] interested in the relationship between reflective surfaces and the presence of the viewer in a space. Partial images fascinate me, often occurring naturally created by light, water, mirrors and glass, they allow glancing moments of clarity before disappearing.” Molly also has an article on identity and place in the current issue of Engage 31 magazine called: Museums of the Self . Find out more about Molly’s interests and vision on the INSPIRATION page. If you have been inspired by This ‘Me’ of Mine, contact me. I would love to share your work or text too.

The Bigger Picture (c)2009 Sandra Crisp

The Bigger Picture, (c)2009 Sandra Crisp

Sandra Crisp is on such a roll she’s making thunder! Sandra has just had three works selected for the seventh biennial PRINT INTERNATIONAL 2013 at Oriel Wrecsam Gallery, Yale College in Wales. Professor David Ferry RE FRSA has selected ‘The Bigger Picture’, featured here on This ‘Me’ of Mine, 5Ways Filmstrip4′, and ‘Imprint, Soft Terrain (inverted)’, which can be seen in our interview, Memory Surfaces. EXHIBITION:13 April – 8 June 2013
Opening Event: 2 – 4pm Saturday 13 April 2013 

Sandra has also been short-listed for the 19th International Symposium on Electronic Art for her film ‘Mapping London’s Subterranean Rivers’ to take place in Sydney Australia. Presented by the Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) and held alongside Vivid Sydney – a festival of light, music and ideas – ISEA2013 will showcase the best media artworks from around the world and provide a platform for the lively exchange of future-focused ideas.

An X Lover, (c)2011 Aly Helyer

An X Lover, (c)2011 Aly Helyer

Aly Helyer has work coming up in A House of Many Windows, curated by the super Day & Gluckman curating team.

The portrait, the mask, the ownership of identity and the burden of historical portraiture can all be mined from the depiction of a person…Often the figure is eradicated in contemporary art practice. Landscapes are barren, sculptures reject the hint of human intervention with pristine finishes, white cube galleries are a clinical platform. Immediately an emotive layer is added through the depiction of a person. Identity infects and affects works of art, how we read them and how they are produced. In this exhibition nine artists who work with the body as subject through paint, sculpture, collage and photography present a myriad of responses to our relationship with ourselves.

A House of Many Windows will be at Collyer Bristol Gallery in London, March 6 to June 12, 2013, opening March 6, 6 to 9pm.

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David Riley’s Updated TUNC, Aly Helyer in ‘Soul Meat’, Sandra Crisp Wins Eaton Fund Grant, David Minton: Cradling of Loss

Twitter user names: coded and transcribed (c)2013 David Riley

Twitter user names: coded and transcribed, (c)2013 David Riley

David Riley has updated his Twitter piece for This ‘Me’ of Mine. The list of followers has grown so much since he first conceived of the piece, it required some rethinking for presentation. I’m delighted with the new results! David plans to update and grow this work with each venue installation of the tour. So if you haven’t yet followed @codedimages here is the link so you can add your twitter name to the list and become part of this artwork. See the virtual Twitter User Names – Coded

Sinnerman (c)2013 Aly Helyer

Sinnerman, (c)2013 Aly Helyer

Aly Helyer is exhibiting in ‘Soul Meat’ curated by Lee Maelzer, at Lion and Lamb Gallery until Feb 16.

“These painters take a dark look at the body and the mind – a conflict between the intellectual and the spiritual, with the corporeal and all it suggests resulting at times in comically grotesque hybrid mutations….”

“If it’s true there exists a realm, in the relations of soul and body, where cause and effect, determinism and expression still intersect in a web so dense that they actually form only one and the same movement which cannot be dissociated except after the fact…”

Michael Foucault from Madness and Civilization

See more of Aly latest work on her website.

Eaton Fund logoSandra Crisp has been awarded a grant from the Eaton Fund.

“The grant will be used to fund the printing and framing of a large format digital print ‘The Bigger Picture’ for forthcoming UK touring exhibition This ‘Me’ of Mine 2013. This kind assistance is extremely welcome at this point in my career as the costs involved in producing such large works for public exhibition have proved to be extremely challenging in recent times.”

Sandra Crisp

Read Sandra’s ‘Thank You’ to the Eaton Fund.

Pigeon and Line, (c)2011 David Minton

Pigeon and Line, (c)2011 David Minton

David Minton is preparing for a solo exhibition at Trinity Town and Country Foundation Gallery in Tunbridge Wells.

See Cradling of Loss 26 Feb to 9 Mar.

“In David Minton’s drawings and paintings flowers die, birds fall to earth, the work arrives; the making of the images is a cradling of loss. These works are small instances of tension created from the impossibility of description, the incompleteness of experience, the wish for resolution. In the making, the physicality of paint, the elegance of line, offer tactile comfort.”

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Annabel Dover, Hayley Harrison & David Riley News

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Annabel Dover: Dark Starlit Heaven Residency at Aid & Abet

Annabel Dover’s residency, Dark Starlit Heaven, started earlier this week as part of Aid & Abet’s Temporary Residency in the House at Kettle’s Yard. She will be drawing with silverpoint – a form of drawing that was popular in the 1400s. A silver stylus touches the gesso surface to create an image. The drawing darkens as the silver tarnishes. Dover’s drawings focus on the objects that have personal stories attached to them, real or imagined. This is a great opportunity to witness an artist at work and find out more about this fascinating drawing process. Find out more from Aid & Abet

Familiar, 2012 Hayley Harrison

Hayley Harrison: Familiar selected for Lynn Painter-Stainers exhibition

Hayley Harrison’s painting, Familiar, has been selected for the Lynn Painter-Stainers Exhibition at the Mall Galleries from Monday 18th February – 2nd March. Find out more about this year’s selections and see the 98 works chosen at Lynn Painter-Stainers

Hayley works predominantly with painting, but also uses drawing and text. Her work currently questions what ‘Home’ is, in both a physical and psychological sense. Recent paintings invoke a sense of timelessness and absence. She is interested in how we recognise ourselves in the quiet moments that surround objects and place.

Secret Story, 2012 David RileyDavid Riley’s Secret Story at West Ox Arts Gallery

David’s work is part the West Ox Arts Gallery exhibition Secrets & Stories, until Jan 27. See a video of the exhibition here.

“Using a cipher, a secret can be shared in plain sight. Knowledge of the key will reveal the secret to the chosen few. With time and resources, the key may be discovered and the secret revealed beyond the intended audience. Once deciphered and revealed the story contained within the secret can be read as-if intended for all to see!”  David Riley

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Aly Helyer wins Audience Choice Award for Exeter Contemporary Open 2012

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Audience Choice Award – Winner Announced

The winner of the Audience Choice Award for Exeter Contemporary Open 2012 is Aly Helyer.

Hundreds of visitors to the exhibition have been voting for their favourite work and Aly’s rich and colourful paintings representing creatures of the unconscious were a clear winner. On hearing the news, Aly said:

‘I’m thrilled! Being a painter is, by its very nature, a solitary existence, so for people to connect with my work on any level is so important to me. I’m thankful to Exeter Phoenix for offering me the opportunity to exhibit and get this kind of feedback.’

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Aly Helyer’s ‘An X Lover’ and ‘Tender Pervert’

Aly will receive the £200 prize, which is sponsored by Exeter Natural Health Centre.

‘Exeter Natural Health Centre is delighted to be sponsoring this award and Aly Helyer’s beautiful, vibrant works are well deserving of the prize.’
Ali Morrish, Exeter Natural Health Centre

The winning artwork can be seen at Exeter Phoenix until 1 November and entrance is free.

Congratulations Aly!

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More Than We Seem

Borrowing Hayley Harrison’s new blog title for this post, I’d like to share some of the blogs of the This ‘Me’ of Mine artists. Many of these blogs are active exhibition spaces or working ‘sketchbooks’, some in the real sense like Hayley’s blog and some in the sense of a virtual space to work on ideas. Some of these blogs are journals recording life as an artist – all of them are fascinating documentation of the creative process.

Hayley Harrison

Sketchbook entry No. 55 by Hayley Harrison

sketchbook entry No. 55 by Hayley Harrison

‘More than we seem’ is a sketchbook diary of journeys and encounters.

Something’s Happening a log journal of self realisation as an artist.

David Riley

322, annetta © revad david riley at coded images concepts

322, annetta © revad david riley at coded images concepts

coded images: annetta a virtual exhibition in 26 parts of work built from cartridge paper, masking tape and electrical insulating tape.

coded images: a 1 pixel cursive alphabet an alternate installation of David’s 1 pixel cursive alphabet.

coded images: C I R C U A R E themes an exploration of phonetic symbology in the form of circles and squares.

F O R M A T  a blog dedicated to exploring the facilities and limits of an a-n Artists Talking blog.

Sandra Crisp

Filmstrip- Global sunshades (c)Sandra Crisp

Filmstrip- Global sunshades (c)Sandra Crisp

Work in Progress a virtual work space/studio log.

EXTRA! a visual journal of things that take Sandra’s attention.

Edd Pearman

Palace (c)2011 Edd Pearman

Palace (c)2011 Edd Pearman

Edd Pearman a news journal of Edd’s career activity.

Kate Murdoch

No No No (c)2011 Kate Murdoch

No No No (c)2011 Kate Murdoch

Keeping It Going a personal journal of life as an artist.

Cathy Lomax

Basil Rathbone & Tyrone Power in 'The Mark of Zorro' film still, source: Through a Glass Darkly

Basil Rathbone & Tyrone Power in ‘The Mark of Zorro’ film still, source: Through a Glass Darkly

Cathy Lomax: Art Review and Comment is a long standing blog about Cathy’s interest in movies, pop culture, Karen Klimnick and so much more.  It is a look at what fascinates.

Through a Glass Darkly “A stream of image consciousness from artist Cathy Lomax”

David Minton

Tracey's Thrush (c)2012 David Minton

Tracey’s Thrush (c)2012 David Minton

‘It’ a Hiding to Nothing a third person narrative of self, a first person discussion with an alter ego named ‘It’.

Annabel Dover

Brick vault, part of Annabel's new living situation at Burrell Road

Brick vault, part of Annabel’s new living situation at Burrell Road

Market Project Annabel is member, co-founder and contributor to the Market Project blog.  Market Project is an artist led initiative formed to research and share information on career and economic development for artists, with a focus on ways forward in an ever increasing atmosphere of artistic arrested development.

Anthony Boswell

'Construction' (c)2012 Anthony Boswell

‘Construction’ (c)2012 Anthony Boswell

‘Et in Arcadia Ego’ – Beyond Painting a self-reflective blog on life as an artist.

Reside Blog: Anthony Boswell  is part of The Reside Residency.  Anthony is documenting work in progress while being artist in residence in his own home; hallmark of the residency programme.

Jane Boyer

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..and of course my blogs

Rebecca Projects an informational blog on art writing and artist career development.

Blending Primaries a personal blog looking at the challenges and rewards of being an artist, writer and curator, and often how each of those practices informs the others.

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Some News Updates

This ‘Me’ of Mine has a new Facebook page.


Aly Helyer has work in the upcoming Exeter Contemporary Open:

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Exeter Contemporary Open 2012Chloe Brooks | Anita Delaney | Nisha Duggal | Aly Helyer | Brendan Lancaster | Olivier Lariviére| Ruth Piper | Siobhan Raw | David Theobald

You are invited to the private view and awards presentation on Wednesday 12 September from 6 – 8pm with presentations at 7pm. 
This annual exhibition is a chance to see work by some of the most talented emerging artists from across the UK and beyond, selected by artist S Mark Gubb, independent curator Paula Orrell and Phoenix Gallery curator Matt Burrows.

Exhibiting artists are eligible to receive the £1000 Overall Award, two £500 Additional Awards and a £200 Audience Choice Award (voted for by visitors to the exhibition).The exhibition continues Friday 13 September to Saturday 1 November.

*Due to limited capacity, places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please confirm your attendance by clicking here, or by calling 01392 667598 and leaving your name/s and contact details. You will only be contacted if full capacity is reached.

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Catching up with Summertime

Summertime is the time for fun in the sun – right?  It’s also the time for some great art activity and the artists of This ‘Me’ of Mine have been very active.  They’ve also been busy composing their thoughts in several new blogs, see the list below.  Here are the highlights of some of their recent and upcoming activity:

Annabel Dover:

'Marshall & Snellgrove' (c)2011 Annabel Dover

Marshall & Snellgrove, (c)2011 Annabel Dover, cyanotype on paper

Golden Thread Gallery

Royal Academy Summer Show
Curated and selected by Tess Jaray

Fringe Arts Bath

Santorini Biennale
Santorini, Greece

Kate Murdoch:

'10x10' (c)2008-2012 Kate Murdoch

10 x 10, (c)2008-2012 Kate Murdoch

Coastal Currents Arts Festival
Stade Hall, Old Town, Hastings

Exhibition of 10×10:
19 – 21 September 2012, 4 to 7pm

Artist Talk:
19 September 2012, 7pm

Object Swap:
22 September 2012, 5 to 8pm

David Riley:

sonnet 84, colouring shakespeare (c)2012 David Riley

sonnet 84, colouring shakespeare, (c)2012 David Riley

HEADLINE: 99 days of colour coding the news
Online Exhibition at:

SONNET: colouring Shakespeare
Online Exhibition at:

Anthony Boswell:

Marker (c)2012 Anthony Boswell

Marker, (c)2012 Anthony Boswell

Reading Room
Little Berlin, Philadelphia, USA
Curated by Becky Huff Hunter

Reside Residency
The Reside Residency is inspired in equal parts by the notions contained within Xavier de Maistre’s ‘Voyage around my Room’ and the founders inability to find a suitable residency for an individual with familial and professional responsibilities.

Hayley Harrison:

Portrait (c)2012 Hayley Harrison

Portrait (c)2012 Hayley Harrison

Hayley has been painting portraits at several art fairs this summer.  Here is a list of some of the fairs she’s attended:

 Faircharm Summer Fair

Dandy Lion Market

Mayton Street Festival part of Holloway Arts Festival 2012

Dalston Eastern Curve Garden part of Dalston Flower Show – Chelsea Fringe

New Blogs:

David Minton: It’s a Hiding to Nothing
Kate Murdoch: Keeping it Going
Sandra Crisp: Work in Progress
Anthony Boswell: ‘Et in Arcadia Ego’ – Beyond Painting

The project is also starting to get some press attention. Anthony’s interview was mentioned in The Arts and Crafts Gazette in June. In July Perrick Senelaer editor of Art Pie invited me to be a contributor and write about This ‘Me’ of Mine. It gives me a unique opportunity to write about the project from a different perspective and I hope will offer further insights into issues surrounding This ‘Me’ of Mine. I have an article coming up for Art Pie on my interview with Shireen Qureshi.  Our interview will be posted here in the next few days,  so watch for that. And last week, @an_artnews mentioned me in a tweet with some other very exciting groups and individuals making a mark on the UK arts scene, I was very honoured. As a result the project has gained some new followers.

So if you are enjoying the developing content, help us spread the word. You can follow the project by clicking on the ‘follow this blog via email‘ button or the ‘follow@thismeofmine‘ button just below the list of tweets. Leave us a comment too, we’d love to chat with you. If you would like to support the project have a look at our BOOKSHOP for books which have inspired the artists of This ‘Me’ of Mine, commissions from book sales go to fund the project.

Thanks very much to everyone who is watching!

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Cathy Lomax and Kate Murdoch in Diamond Geezer at WW Gallery

Diamond Geezer
16 May – 9 June
WW Gallery, 34/35 Hatton Garden EC1N 8DX
Open Weds – Fri 11 – 6pm; Sat 11 – 4pm
11-4pm on Saturday 2nd, Sunday 3rd, Monday 4th & Tuesday 5th JuneFree EntryCathy Lomax, Alex Michon, Dick Jewell, Sadie Hennessy, Boa Swindler, Siobhan Barr, Imogen Welch, Paul Kindersley, Enzo Marra, Deb Covell, Lisa Muten, Alli Sharma, Matt Day, Sardine & Tobleroni, Wendy Elia, Kate Murdoch, Chiara Williams.In commemoration of the Jubilee year, the WW Gallery are pleased to present ‘Diamond Geezer’, a group show of works responding to the imagery and iconography of the Queen throughout her reign.

For More Information go to WW Gallery

Note to editors:
Curated by Debra Wilson & Chiara Williams
For more information please contact Chiara Williams & Debra Wilson at or Francesca Brooks at

Cathy Lomax, ‘A Taste of Honey’, 2008, acrylic on paper, 152x122cm
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