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Last night saw the preview of the Artbound show at Resonate. A huge thanks to everyone who came along to make the night a great success. I tried to get a few pictures of the exhibition but had to give up pretty quickly as it was rather busy. Here’s what I managed to capture at the beginning of the night.
Along with several other artists, I will be exhibiting my own hand bound artist
book and a selection of photographs at Resonate (Unit A3, North Castle Street, Alloa FK10 1EU) from 13th August to 10th September.
A private viewing will take place on Friday 12th August at 7.00pm. International poet Billy Letford will be opening the evening and performing a selection of his own work. I’ve attended a performance by Billy before and can wholeheartedly say it’s not to be missed!
Just thought I’d share a few pictures taken by one of the members at the July meeting of Alloa Art Club. I did a short demonstration for the members on basic monoprinting techniques. This was before I ended up with ink plastered up my arms …
Last Thursday, I tried my hand at Yotsume Toji (four hole japanese stab binding) at a workshop held at Resonate Arts house.
The course was run by talented artist Jana Emburey. I highly recommend having a look at Jana’s website www.jeart.eu to view her fantastic paintings and I just love those monoprints too.
Jana will be running an intensive weekend monoprinting course on the 9th and 10th of July at Resonate. More information about the course can be found here.
I have submitted three works to an exhibition in aid of The Samaritans taking place at Scotland Street School Museum, Glasgow from the 19th – 22nd May. Please pop in if you are in the area.