Fresh November growth from the East London bunker…

Fresh November growth from the East London bunker, fresh layers on smaller deep-edge canvas pieces, 20cm x 20cm, along with “Fourth & Broadway” a silk screen and spray paint piece on a 12″ record sleeve… All pieces heading to the Angus Hughes Gallery next week

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New layers, fresh growth on three of yesterday’s canvas pieces

At this time of year,growth can spurt, painted growth anyway, today’s November growth before the light went…. New layers, fresh growth on three of yesterday’s canvas pieces. A painting is never finished until someone takes it away….

More a constant burst than an outburst….

An outburst of afternoon gardening and tending to the leaves…. November 12th 2014 – More growth, fresh layers… well not so much an outburst, the gardening and the tending to the leaves never stops, more a constant burst than an outburst….

The need for colour and leaves in November….

Need some colour around here this dull November East London morning. Busy in my bunker preparing new pieces.  Here’s some leaf growth and a large canvas from 2013 and a piece painted in about an hour in front of an audience who just stopped to watch, out on Vyner Street, East London, one day when the sun was out….

Leaves (spray paint on canvas, 2013)

Leaves (spray paint on canvas, 2013)

 

“you don’t look like you’re interested in art…”

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First Thursday then, for the last thirty-seven in a row, my First Thursday was spent on a busy corner halfway down Vyner Street, frantically Cultivating. Haven’t been able to get out and properly explore an East London First Thursday for over three years now. here’s some words from last night….

ORGAN: East London, First Thursday, Martin Whatson, Project Space, “you don’t look like you’re interested in art”, last night’s exploring

November 2013 - Painting on a found piece of wooden packing case (sold)

November 2013 – Painting on a found piece of wooden packing case (sold)

 

S is for Shoes in The Gallery, three years of people walking on the floor at Cultivate

Dealing with leaves and the falling down of things, and getting increasingly annoyed with both the way artists are treated and the apathetic way they mostly roll over and let it happen, don’t want to clutter these pages up with all that, although I do think a vibrant art scene that treats artists in a reasonable way is worth fight for. More on the Cultivate page – Ever get the feeling you’ve been cheated? How much to just open an e.mail? We are not your cash cows… Of far more importance are the shoes people wear, whole series of photos via this link – S is for Shoes in The Gallery, three years of people walking on the floor at Cultivateand the notions of a book, an A to Z of the who, what, where and a recording of the three year chapter that was the Vyner Street period of the Cultivate adventure

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