Monday, 28 February 2011
Saturday, 26 February 2011
Friday, 25 February 2011
HOST - a collaborative installation with David Gates opens this week At Velvet Da Vinci in San Francisco, opening reception is this evening.
The 'collaborees' are Helen Carnac, David Clarke, Robert Ebendorf, Tom Hill and Katy Hackney (that will be me then)
I also sent out a batch of new Jewellery for the gallery to show.
I do hope San Francisco enjoys it, I wish I could be there!
Wednesday, 23 February 2011
A message from Mr. Rob Ryan:
As you know, just over a year ago on 12th January 2010 Haiti was hit by a catastrophic earthquake and 13 months later, the country is still in need of so much help.
To try and do my bit to raise some money, I’ve designed and printed a brand new limited edition screenprint which will be sold on Etsy and in my shop, Ryantown on Columbia Road.
The price will be £200 and with Paypal and Etsy fees subtracted (please see breakdown), this leaves £186 per print sold going straight to the Haiti cause. If we can sell the whole edition of 200 of these, we could raise a massive £37,200.
Each print measures 54.3 cm wide by 39cm high, printed using water based inks onto Heritage Woodfree 315gsm paper which measures 68.5cm wide by 51cm high
Etsy fees: 3.5% of each print + 20cents per print = £7.00
Paypal fees: 3.4% of each print + 20 pence per print = £7.00
Total fees: £14 per print sold.
Best Wwishes and Many thanks,
go HERE to buy!
Tuesday, 22 February 2011
Monday, 14 February 2011
Thursday, 10 February 2011
Wednesday, 9 February 2011
Yesterday we ate trees.
The enamel plate says A is for apple, B is for ball, C is for car, D is for dog, and E=MC2 in the middle!
We sold these & other witty ceramic plates by a long forgotten designer from San Francisco . . ?
UPDATE - they were called A-1 Product Co.
Lovely people we met at the SF Gift Fair, whatever happened to them?
Tuesday, 8 February 2011
Amid the madness of our Grand Sale, I managed to sneak an hour at the hairdressers.
I've been going to 4th Floor for about 15 years and it's always a treat.
Its in a a beautiful space on a rooftop in Bloomsbury.
This visit, they had their 20th birthday bunting up… white, bright, C A L M....
Monday, 7 February 2011
Popped round the corner this Sunday to see the clowns leaving the 65th annual Grimaldi Service at Holy Trinity church in Dalston.
I must admit I'm not a fan of clowns, but was strangely drawn, I'm glad I didn't take N, aged nearly 4!
For a far more in depth & eloquent explanation see Spitalfields Life