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A Belgian Friend

A Belgian Friend (2016) is a new Screenprint edition of 100, made from reworking an original ink drawing from one hundred years ago.

The print is available from Newbridge Bookshop, Newcastle as well as online direct from my Big Cartel webpage www.pashleyjackson.bigcartel.com
 100yo together FINAL
A Belgian Friend (2016)
Screenprint, edition of 100
21 cm x 29.7 cm unframed
Bread and Butter Paper, 270gsm

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Battersea Art Fair / October ’09

Country Funk (Realised) 2008/9

Country Funk (Realised) 2008/9

Following success at the Manchester Buy Art Fair in September, the dis-figurines shall be making an appearance at the Battersea Affordable Art Fair, London.

The works are represented by Curwen Gallery, London and the Fair is open from Thursday 22nd to Sunday 25th of October 2009. See the Art Fair website for ticket prices and pre-booking.

Also on show with Curwen Gallery at the Fair will be…

David Rhys Jones
Edward Bawden
Henry Walsh
Michael Brayford
Simon Philpott
Thomas Martin

Hope to see you there.

 

Upcoming Shows & Art Fairs

Evil Boyfriend

Work from late 2008 will be on show and for sale at the Globe Gallery SUMMER ART SALE EXPO, from July 10th – August 8th 2009. Opening times are Wednesday to Saturday 11:30am – 5pm

Globe Gallery is located on the forth floor of Curtis Mayfield House in Carliol Square, Newcastle city centre. Upstairs from the legendary World Head Quarters night club.

A small selection of works will also be on show in Hangar 51 as part of the Ouseburn Trust Invitation show. Hangar 51 is located at 51 Lime Street, Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle and the show runs from July 18th – July 26th.

This show promotes the art and design skills of the Trust’s voluteers and is to coincide with both the Ouseburn Festival Weekend and NARC Festival Weekend who have an awesome line up of bands. If you see only one band that weekend I recommend checking out Chippewa Falls at Cluny_2.

Additionally some may be interested to know that this show has been curated by myself and been made possible thanks to help and support from local companies who have donated funding and supplies as well as a great team of dedicated volunteers, artists and designers and the Ouseburn Trust.

And come September the disfunktional ceramic family and me myself shall be venturing to the Manchester Affordable Art Fair for fun and frolics. Represented by the Curwen Gallery, London – new works from the Idioma Tragica Series and the Water Colour Series will be on display and up for sale at the Affordable Art Fair in Manchester from September 24th – 27th 2009. So spread the word to all Manchester based amigos y familia. Hope to see you there.

Smashing love from Peter-Ashley and the disfunktional ceramic family

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