Fifty Two Exhibition & The Saddest Ghost


I love this sad ghost guy by Marcel Dzama.


I love 100000 Years of Revenge too. I may never have discovered the work of Canadian artist Marcel Dzama if it weren’t for an exhibition I am taking part in next month.


Calm Air All Ice are curating the exhibition entitled Fifty Two which will run from 28th of March- 3rd of April at Room 212 in Bristol. I am so excited to be taking part in my first show based in the UK! The premise of the show is quite ambitious, Claire & Camilla have invited Fifty Two artists and makers from around the world to take part. Fifty two, that is going to be a lot of work to hang, especially as the gallery is the smallest in Bristol! I read the mini interviews with some of the artists taking part over on the Fifty Two blog and clicked a link to Dzama’s work. I confess that I haven’t written my interview yet, soon, soon. Pop on over to Calm Air All Ice, you may discover a new love too.


I had some postcards made of the fish boys and the two wall hangings pictured above and below. It was so exciting seeing my work in a new format, I think I am going to make some prints next. Oh yes!


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4 Responses to Fifty Two Exhibition & The Saddest Ghost

  1. Oh yes, prints !
    I recently get a postcard done of one of my pictures (an owlette) and loved it so much, it is so nice to actually be able to “hold” one of your own images !
    Magical !
    And I love yours, wow !

    You are everywhere ! You are a star, my dear. A shiny one !
    x x x

  2. Cathy says:

    your postcards look great, I love how textiles can appear in print. I’m in the show too. yay! x

  3. Christelle says:

    Thanks for discoveries 😉
    And your prints…wow! I love your embroideries! And you’re totally right to make more.
    I want more 🙂 It impresses me a lot!

  4. claire says:

    Thanks for the mention! we’re so pleased to have you involved!
    Those embroideries are stunning!

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