Tuesday, 29 October 2013
For just two days, 10 of my recent pastel works will be on display at the Pertwee, Anderson & Gold gallery in London on Wednesday 27th & Thursday 28th November 2013.
15 Bateman Street
Soho, W1D 3AQ
12pm - 6pm (Wednesday)
11am - 6pm (Thursday)
This show celebrates 10 years of Elephant Family, supporting their work with wild elephants across Asia.
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Friday, 20 September 2013
We hope to have a venue and date confirmed within the next couple of weeks, so watch this space. If you would like to be added to my mailing list, please email me at email@example.com
In the meantime, here is one of the works in progress...
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Tuesday, 18 June 2013
Image size - 34 x 48 cm. Printed on A2 quality art paper.
Signed, numbered, and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. Postage and packing is free.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve one.
Thursday, 7 March 2013
This year I've decided to raise funds for Red Nose Day, but instead of doing something invariably unfunny for money, I am giving away some artwork instead:
Simply click on the link above and donate £5 (or more), and you will be entered into the draw to win one of my limited edition prints of a King Penguin (edition of 100).
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I grew up in Kenya, but was in a privileged enough position to have access to a mosquito net and the relevant preventative drugs when in an at risk area. A simple luxury that is not available to a staggering number of people living in abject poverty in Kenya and across the rest of Africa. It only costs £5 for a mosquito net, which could very well be the difference between life and death for someone. Thank you for your donation.
Monday, 17 December 2012
I recently spent an incredible 5 days at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, where I saw plenty of these beautiful, but odd looking birds.
The Ol Pejata Conservancy is a not-for-profit organisation situated in Kenya's Laikipia county. It boasts the largest population of Black Rhinos in East Africa, and also plays home to 4 of the 7 remaining Northen White Rhinos on the planet. I thoroughly recommend a visit:
(Thank you to Scoth Macaskill for supplying the reference material for this piece).
Friday, 14 September 2012
Canvas & Cream Gallery in London is hosting an evening of jazz and art in aid of the Dr Hadwen Trust on Tuesday 2nd October (from 7.30pm).
Tickets are £10 and can be bought on the door, or reserved prior to the event by emailing Alex Carter: email@example.com
I will be showing a small selection of recent pastel works in the gallery space, which will be available to buy, with part of the proceeds going to the Dr Hadwen Trust.