I created the artwork on the 1 metre fibre glass egg, by layering up each image with screen printed collage pieces in the 4 colour way given. The pink layer is actually a screen print taken from old map of the site before Battersea Power station was built. The egg was on display during the Easter holdiays 2019 as part of the egg experience. It has now found a new home in the garden of a care home for the eldery.
I am showing my Bollywood prints at Chit Chaat Chai, 356 Old York road, Wandsworth, London for three months. Lovely place for Indian street eats.
The Bookmarks projects series aims to encourage appreciation of work in the format of the artist's book. Participating artists each produce an edition of 100 signed and numbered bookmarks to give away through distribution boxes at venues around the world.
Over the last twelve years, the Bookmarks series of free artwork distribution has visited 125 galleries, bookstores, workshops, centres, schools and libraries in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Singapore, Spain, South Korea, Switzerland, Turkey, the UK and USA.
75 artists have contributed 47,500 bookmarks to the twelve projects to date. The artists' bookmarks are divided into 100 sets; one full set being sent to each of the contributing artists and the rest divided and sent in distribution boxes to participating host venues around the world, for visitors to take.
Each bookmark is stamped with the current Bookmarks project website address, which directs the taker of the bookmark to the gallery section of the website. Visitors to the site can view works by the artists and contact contributors via their website and email links on our site.
Venue for Bookmarks XIII from 25th September 2015 – 28th February 2016
artistbookarts at deepspaceworks
11 Hamilton St, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire GL53 8HN, UK
Bank Street Arts
32-40 Bank Street, Sheffield S1 2DS, UK
Bank Street Arts are organising the Opening Up The Book Festival of Book Arts
From 2nd September – 11th December 2015, bookmarks will be available during this
period. Further information can be found at: http://openingupthebook.com
Decker Library at Maryland Institute College of Art
1300 W Mount Royal Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21217-4134, USA
Emily Carr University of Art + Design Library
1399 Johnston Street
Vancouver, BC, V6H 3R9, Canada
Hampshire, GU14 7JZ, UK
Manchester Metropolitan University Library
Sir Kenneth Green Library
All Saints, Manchester, M15 6BH, UK
Market Place, Manly, NSW 2095, Australia
Bookmarks will be on display from 19th September to coincide with the Manly Library
Annual Zine Fair as part of Manly Arts Festival 2015.
Bookmarks will be shown during BILA III (the 3rd edition of the Biennial for the
Artist’s Book Treviso, Veneto Region) from 10th October - 2nd November 2015.
Opening Saturday 10th October at 6pm. NabilaFluxus will also be show the
bookmarks at the arts market on the first and third Sunday of each month at the
former St. Anthony Church, Piazza Di La Rotonda, 31050 Badoere, Morgano,
Treviso, Italy. http://www.nabilafluxus.com
Main Street, Oughterard
County Galway, Republic of Ireland. Open: Wednesday & Thursday 11am - 1pm,
2pm – 5pm and 6pm - 8pm; Friday & Saturday 10am - 1pm.
Tompkins County Public Library
101 East Green Street
Ithaca, New York 14850, USA
Hand painted by Claire Robinson, Divya Batra-Pasgon, and Arati Devasher at the Wimbledon Art studios for the Elephant charity
I love discovering new processes and challenges and am constantly looking for new ways to express myself. Book arts is a great way to do this.
City breezes play is a small art book that I created by first printing on both sides of my paper in two colour ways blue gold/ turquoise.
I then cut it up so that it would concertina and fold up into a little box, that was also printed on the lid..
There are 40 in the edition and are £40 each.
Each box is signed and dated.
This book is inspired by a poem by Amy Levy called The Plane trees. These trees are everywhere in London and actually under treat at the moment from a disease in Europe that could mean we would lose them all and that would be a tragedy for London.
PRIVATE COLLECTION Oxford Brookes University 2/40 city breezes art book
Printing my largest print to date. 'Rekha' is inspired by the bright colours of India and its film industry posters. She is one of the Bollywood greats. I mono printed onto the screen to give each sari of each print a different look. backgrounds have different colours and treatments including 22ct gold leaf and flocking,