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Post #61 - 13 Nov 2018, 21:45

My WW1 Centenary exhibition is now open until Dec 13th if anyone is interested in coming along.

Admission is £250, discount of 10% for survivors of The Great War (non wheelchair users only please, I don't want tyre marks on my laminate floor).


Here's my drawing, you can purchase these rolled up in a tube for just £99.99

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Tea and coffee available at extra cost.
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Post #62 - 14 Nov 2018, 07:41

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Yours is really shit, my six year old niece's effort is loads better.
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Post #63 - 14 Nov 2018, 07:42

StickupPercy » Wed Nov 14, 2018 7:41 am wrote:Image

Yours is really shit, my six year old niece's effort is loads better.

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Post #64 - 20 Nov 2018, 08:41

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I was shelf-stacking in the kiddies' section at Tescos last night when I liberated a few balloons. I've put this up in the gallery today and I reckon it will be a nice little earner. :)
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Post #65 - 24 Nov 2018, 07:34

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I couldn't sell my last one so I've cut a bit out of it and re-framed it to see if the punters will bite. Ha!
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Post #66 - 22 Dec 2018, 19:39

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I've just seen this amazing installation in town. I never knew that Poundshop were patrons of the arts. I wish I could afford things like this for the gallery. Ha!
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Post #67 - 22 Dec 2018, 22:04

Rick Shaw » Sat Dec 22, 2018 7:39 pm wrote:Image

I've just seen this amazing installation in town. I never knew that Poundshop were patrons of the arts. I wish I could afford things like this for the gallery. Ha!


It would only take one small prick to ruin that display. :devil:
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Post #68 - 22 Dec 2018, 22:15

Mr. Martial » Sat Dec 22, 2018 10:04 pm wrote:
Rick Shaw » Sat Dec 22, 2018 7:39 pm wrote:Image

I've just seen this amazing installation in town. I never knew that Poundshop were patrons of the arts. I wish I could afford things like this for the gallery. Ha!


It would only take one small prick to ruin that display. :devil:

Where's dannynomates when you need him?
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Post #69 - 02 Jan 2019, 07:33

I'm doing one of those "post-ten-paintings-you-like" on Facebook. Today's is this one of Gwen Stefani by Dan Carman:

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In the words of the artist:

"...this suggestion of performance psychologically involves the viewer with the making process, provoking instinctive responses to her precarious assemblages”

Now you may think this is a pretentious load of old bollocks but it's precisely the sort of thing that gets the punters flocking into the gallery spending big bucks. Ha!
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Post #70 - 05 Jan 2019, 08:47

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The duck painting didn't sell so I've cut the fucker up and turned it into a cityscape homaarrge to my hero Lowry. The trouble is I can't paint the matchstick figures, the little bastards are really difficult. Ha!
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Post #71 - 22 Jan 2019, 08:09

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I'm really getting into Sidney Nolan's work. He's obviously been heavily influenced by our own Ronnie Kray.
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Post #72 - 11 Feb 2019, 18:36

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I'm opening an art school: North Yorkshire Art School coming soon to paint images like these. Ha!
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Post #73 - 11 Feb 2019, 20:40

And if that's successful, I'll be opening a campus on Teesside.

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Post #74 - 19 Feb 2019, 22:08

Next exhibition at Three Works opens soon. It will include three big jobs (over two sculptures and one painting) spread literally over the three galleries. It's called 'Pretty Shit'.

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Post #75 - 20 Feb 2019, 07:11

Rick Shaw » Tue Feb 19, 2019 10:08 pm wrote:Next exhibition at Three Works opens soon. It will include three big jobs (over two sculptures and one painting) spread literally over the three galleries. It's called 'Pretty Shit'.

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Can you stop posting pictures of shit? :angry:
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Post #76 - 20 Feb 2019, 07:13

StickupPercy » Wed Feb 20, 2019 7:11 am wrote:
Rick Shaw » Tue Feb 19, 2019 10:08 pm wrote:Next exhibition at Three Works opens soon. It will include three big jobs (over two sculptures and one painting) spread literally over the three galleries. It's called 'Pretty Shit'.

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Can you stop posting pictures of shit? :angry:

You mean can you stop posting? :huh:
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Post #77 - 26 Feb 2019, 22:34

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I'm going to do a retrospective at the gallery of this artist. I've had lots of Kunz there before but not this one.
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Post #78 - 03 Mar 2019, 21:14

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John Winters' 'Standing Figure' in my gallery.
Plaster bandage, compost, epoxy resin, glitter, oil paint, gold and silver leaf, wood, pine tree, plaster of paris, acrylic metallics.

I can't give the fucking thing away. :(
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Post #79 - 03 Mar 2019, 21:24

Rick Shaw » Sun Mar 03, 2019 9:14 pm wrote:Image

John Winters' 'Standing Figure' in my gallery.
Plaster bandage, compost, epoxy resin, glitter, oil paint, gold and silver leaf, wood, pine tree, plaster of paris, acrylic metallics.

I can't give the fucking thing away. :(

I'm not surprised, I warned you about this, more shit. And I'm not talking about the compost. :rolleyes:
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Post #80 - 04 Mar 2019, 23:01

[-] Maybe Rick Shaw would sell my artistry in his gallery. :)

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