What with moving house (and wondering if the people in that industry really know what they’re doing), organising my first major solo exhibition, and coping with work it’s been a busy time. The exhibition was at Brooklands Museum in Weybridge and was of my night photographs of the Brooklands race track, which was a great place to have it. I received some tremendous feedback including from people who wouldn’t normally visit art galleries.
Some of the prints can be seen again at the Windsor Contemporary Art Fair in the Windsor Race Course Grandstand on November 9th and 10th, so if you’re interested get in touch as I have some 2 for 1 tickets available. It’s usually a very laid back affair with some fabulous art on display.
Also the BBC have featured The Spirit of Brooklands on their website, and not to be outdone, Top Gear have also run a feature. It’s amazing what appearing on the BBC does for hits to your website!
I’ll be posting some new work soon so it will seem like feast or famine when it comes to my blog posts!
Things have been a bit quiet on the blog lately but that doesn’t mean I have. In November I am taking part in the Windsor Contemporary Art Fair at Windsor Race Course (http://www.windsorcontemporaryartfair.co.uk), and will be showing for the first time some of the Brooklands night shots, as well as some other prints from the archive. There will be a couple of 44″ prints from Brooklands, which I must say do look really quite impressive!
The Private View is on Friday November 9th from 6-9pm and the show is open to the public from 10am – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday, and on the Sunday there is a wine fair “running” at the race course too. Get in touch if you want an invite to the Private View (this also gives you half price entry on the other days).