— August 7, 2014

Summer: Colour Saturation

August in London is a time when craving for colour is finally satisfied - flowers blooming à gogo.
Still time to see the smile-worthy, feel-good exhibition ‘Henri Matisse: The Cut Outs’ at the Tate Modern.

Taking a coloured leaf out Matisse’s book I am basking in the joy of colour, no more evident than in the vivacious prints of the gifted print maker, Anthony Benjamin.
Anthony Benjamin said that "An idea is more important to man than any physical object".  In the abstract screenprints of Odeon, Kite Style and Jumbo, the vibrant and intense hues of colour gives expanse of form, perhaps: scattered ancient buildings against hot red sandy soil, fluttering wing and tail in the wind with purple haze of sky, an aeroplane silhouette against the yellow sun.

Summer: flowers in the garden, the prints of Anthony Benjamin to bring pulsating colour to the walls.

Back to school in September with the Modern Shows Fulham Pop-Up

I will be exhibiting at the ‘Midcentury Pop-Up Fair at Loud & Western’, Fulham on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th September.  I am very excited to jump up at my first 'Pop-Up' event.  I will be bringing anything but uniform with a tantalising and interesting selection of 20th century prints, lighting and furniture.  I have a few complimentary tickets available - please contact me if you would like to visit.

Link for the Fair: http://modernshows.com/the-shows/fulham-pop-up/

Enjoy the rest of the summer.


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