hideout [in the sticks]

news: i have three small framed collages in the Cork Brick Gallery.

Cork Brick Gallery and Antiques
6 Earsham Street
Bungay
Suffolk
NR35 1AG
Tel: 01986 894873

Open Tuesday to Saturday 11am – 5:30pm.

many thanks to Ken for the opportunity to show some of my new pieces in the gallery.


hideout [in the sticks] 2015, 74mm x 83mm


still in the sticks, on a light switch, a work-in-progress.

most of these constructed / collaged pieces have been displayed on various light switches around the house [prior to being framed in small black boxes, as required for exhibitions].

back to collage: casual throwback to 1996 [possibly 1995].

up the creek:

still have this small piece of work [somewhere in the house]. dreaming about ‘little house on the prairie’, even then.

[to be continued]

news recap: i have three small framed collages in the Cork Brick Gallery.

red brick bricolage 2015, 69mm x 78mm

Cork Brick Gallery and Antiques
6 Earsham Street
Bungay
Suffolk
NR35 1AG
Tel: 01986 894873

Open Tuesday to Saturday 11am – 5:30pm.

One Comment

  1. Jazz
    Posted January 23, 2016 at 11:29 am | Permalink

    end note: sticks and styx. in greek mythology, styx is a river – after the goddess styx - one of the rivers leading into the underworld, separating earth from a place of eternal doom… thankfully, this has no connection to the colloquial phrase ‘in the sticks’ [http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/in-the-sticks.html]