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Grande Dame at Sentient Gallery

I have been meaning to blog this for ages, but as I was working on a new animated vid for the last 4 months – everything in my life fell by the way side – oops! Anyhoo, the amazing neon light designer and all around glamour puss Rebecca Mason has opened up a new gallery in Folkestone called Sentient Rooms, and I am happy to say they are stocking my work! Super stoked to be showing in such a cool space with so many other rad artists! And pleased to tell you, that my work has been flying outta there! Yay! She really has a great eye and there are a lot of pieces that I would like to have in my home too. So, if you are in the Folkestone area, pop in and have a look! There is something for every taste and budget! More soon! oxo gd

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Ink-d Gallery Signs of Light Opens Friday

Ink_d Gallery

Ink_d Gallery


Hello All! Ink-d Gallery, Brighton are having a very special show – Signs of Light – that opens this friday March 21 & runs until April 21. Andy Doig, Carne Griffiths, Dan Baldwin, Tina Keane, Magnus Gjoen, Myself and other artists that work in illuminations will have glowing works on display. There is a PV tomorrow for you locals. This is a special one you don’t wanna miss! Click here or pic for more info!
oxo gd

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Culture Night

Last night my husband and I made the art show rounds. We started off at The New Curiosity Shop at 28 Redchurch Street to check out Chris Bracey’s neon show. It was SPECTACULAR! My fave was a massive skull made out of light bulbs!! All the lights are fantastic though, plus there are some other cool willy wonka type sculpture pieces, and interesting portraits. It’s up until March 17th, so check it out! The vid above is some previous pieces by Chris, amazing!!

After that we headed to Orbital Comics for the Stripped show. Very cool stuff there indeed! My fave was Dennis Franklins work. He did the above drawings, click the pic to read his interview with Jason Atomic. There was loads of cool stuff by other super talented artists and if you’re in the west end, pop in Orbital Comics to check it out!

Since the show was comic influenced I put this poster in – Creeps & Freaks. I was inspired by vintage 60’s horror comic covers like Strange Mysteries & Terrifying Tales, and came up with my own.. Maybe one day Ill write a story for it! Limited run of 50. Also available on Etsy. Click the pic! More soon! oxo gd

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