This year I’ve decided to build & stretch all of my frames to see how it affects the painting. Not only is it cheaper, but I like the sense of commitment to craft that it provides; blisters and all. Maybe I’ll display the frames on their own. Or not. Whatever.
I think I’m still buzzing from all of yesterday’s woodwork. I also have sawdust where no person should have sawdust.
So. Much. Sawdust… Ignore the dangerous power cord. It was taken care of before any real damage occurred.
These puppies were the best impulse buy ever. I’m a little in love with them.
Clamping down in 5 seconds flat. World record.
This gif was created for the Tate Gif Party, 2014.
Look out for it at the Tate in the 1940′s gif installation.
POINT OF VIEW
NEO GALLERY (Mount Coolum, Sunshine Coast) warmly invites you to an exhibition of new works by:
and Graham Radcliffe
Opening function: Saturday 30 November 5-7 PM
RSVP by 29 November
Exhibition may be viewed at other times by appointment Exhibition current until 31 January 2014 T: 07 5471 6175 E: email@example.com
25th – 27th October / Opening 25th, 6:00pm
VENUE : The Box
A collation of single works from many contemporary artists and performers to be displayed together as one creative body. Inspired by Carl Jung’s theory of the ‘collective unconscious’ the show hints at the many themes and archetypes influencing the subconscious of local Brisbane art.
Works by : Shani Alsop, Dominique Elliott, Martha Poggioli, Claudia Husband, Tom Dalmau, Art of Ellie, Steele Evans, Venom Vision, Jaala Alex, Amy Attwood, Sinead Ward, Dan Ford, Evangeline Cachinero, Woodland Photography, Sophia Mary Mac, Rohan Cooper, Domenic Bartlett-Roylance, Simon McDonald, Jason Lamb, Lynette Letic, Adam Busby, Shane Drinkwater, Claudio Parentela.
Curated by Laura Horrocks.
Last Friday I had the opening to Consuming, Laughing, Forgetting. It was an amazing night filled with many friendly and interested faces. The show’s still going, so I’m looking forward to having another week of showing off the work I’ve been laboring over in the past couple of years.
If you missed the opening, you still have time to come along to a great little event and have a chat about my work:
MEET THE ARTIST:
Saturday, 28 September
11-12, Join Cachinero for a casual meet & morning tea.
Graydon Gallery, 29 Merthyr Road, New Farm