Helfa Gelf

Helfa Gelf is almost upon us. This is my maiden voyage into an event i have supported for a long time. I feel as I have grown as an artist Helfa Gelf, each year has cultivated me into new sprouts of direction and appreciation. I have covered all the counties the event covers Denbighshire, Flintshire,Continue reading “Helfa Gelf”

A Sinister Side To Public Art

A Poem by Alan Whitfield A Sinister Side To Public Art From Helkyn I saw brilliance to the outermost edge a full-bodied blue like honey road lines like a cobra supplementing your passing beneath the over pass at hand, waving Why am I here, post haste I approach, like a supermarket bar code. The honeyContinue reading “A Sinister Side To Public Art”

Andy Warhol Youth Service Project

15/9/10 I have an up coming project with the Youth Service. I have been asked would it be possible to make Andy Warhol type image for wall to brighten the club up. I need to provide a list of equipment of which they have a grant for by 16/9/10. In the list i will beContinue reading “Andy Warhol Youth Service Project”

Tweet a day: the work of Ian Teh

http://www.panos.co.uk/bin/panos2.dll/go?a=disp&t=gl-loader.html&_storyState=1&_tlid=2&groupid=13&galleryid=1147&glbid=1653&si=9E846FD6CBAC4F8A908751AE39193C&rnd=4536.48   Capturing something on earth that looks so unnatural must be a special. it evokes various thoughts for me of what I see.  It is actually a estuary in china heavily polluted. Maybe this the answer to where all used battery’s from this country go to. It has aspects of an oil paintings. i like the way it drags your eyeContinue reading “Tweet a day: the work of Ian Teh”

Giacomo Brunelli, Photofusion , Brixton march 2010

        This was only a small exhibition at photofusion in Brixton of about 15 prints of Giacomo Brunelli but it was such Excellent  quality. What he had created was a variation of street photography. The work reminded me of William Klien. It had a real surreal twist to it. The objects in the picture where animalsContinue reading “Giacomo Brunelli, Photofusion , Brixton march 2010”