North-South-Easterly-Western Typings, London
My environment, the grand old city of London, continues to fascinate and provide inspiration for my work. ‘Typogenic’ compositions flag up as I walk, cycle, drive, train, bus about. The eye is trained, now almost involuntarily hunting for shapes, curves, textures and tones that stop me in my tracks, speak to me and trigger a typic.
The typics in this folder were all typed from life, the originals are going to be viewable and available to purchase from the Will’s Art Warehouse stand, who are representing me at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea Park, London 8-12th March. If you’d like complimentary tickets to Wednesday night’s Private View use code: WILLSARTPV ; or Thursday Late View (when I’ll be in attendance and doing some ‘typing for wellbeing’ 5:30-9:30pm) use code: WILLSARTLV HERE . N.B. Either ticket admits you for the entire duration of the fair.
Details of the works in this gallery:
Westminster Bridge (from Lambeth side), 2015. (SE1)
Holly Lodge, Highgate (Borough of Camden) , 2017. (NW3)
Eastward View from the Sky Garden, 20 Fenchurch Street, 2015. (EC3M)
Westward View from the Sky Garden, 20 Fenchurch Street, 2015. (EC3M)
Walking away from Greenwich (en route to tracking down Deptford Creek), 2017. (SE10)
High/Low Tide: Barnes from Barnes Bridge, 2017. (SW13)
View from a Train (near Queenstown Rd, I think), 2017 (SW11)
Omnibus Building (Clapham), by Night, 2016. (SW4)