A new exhibition at Tate Modern features the art works of Paul Gauguin. I visited this exhibition last week, and by going early managed to avoid most of the crowds. This is a very big [...]
I remember, when I was a little girl, on Sunday afternoons at grandma’s bungalow in Findon Valley, she would take a stack of photo albums out of the dresser and we would look at the [...]
Peter Randall-Page describes the thinking behind his new sculpture at Dulwich Picture Gallery. The sculpture I have created developed from a combination of my own current preoccupations and the architecture and surrounding gardens of the [...]
Carlos Cortes has returned to the GXgallery with his new exhibition entitled ‘Cars, Men, Flowers and Birdhouses’. It will be running from 25 September to 6 October 2010. The work of Carlos Cortes in my [...]
Following great success in her 2009 debut exhibition at GX Gallery Alice Wisden is back for her new exhibition ‘Outsiders’. Wisden graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2008 and has since exhibited at a [...]
The first piece of contemporary sculpture ever aquired by Dulwich Picture Gallery was delivered this week. It’s called ‘Walking the Dog’, by Peter Randall-Page and it is spectacular. So was the delivery – see slide [...]
Every day hundreds of students visit Dulwich Picture Gallery for tours and workshops. As the Sackler Centre Technician, I assist the volunteers and freelance artists who lead these workshops, as well as teaching twice monthly Sunday family drop in sessions, myself.
I’m also an artist, and am exhibiting in ‘A Night-There Lay the Day Between’ at Gallery 242, Cambridge Heath Road in the East end from 1 – 5 September.
Read on to find out about my dog…