The National Brain Appeal has launched a fundraiser, a Letter in Mind, and this year’s theme is ‘A Sense of Place’.
Here’s one of my entries; the other can remain secret for now! And any artists who’d like to participate can find the details by following the link above; you’ve got until June 30th.
Here is some recent work, available via Thortful.com. I give you very reasonable price!
Like the owls, the bears will eventually be auctioned to raise funds for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital… and here’s a pic from the FaceBook page… I noticed that my Happy Hospit-owl is beaming happily from the left hand side of the picture…
For more information, take a look here. Meanwhile, here’s one of my contributions:
This one’s still under wraps at the moment, but here are a couple of little characters to whet your appetite:
You’ve seen the tantalising glimpses of moth design; they’ve been up and flying all summer, and now my creation, Earth Moth-er, has been photographed in her natural habitat!
Located at Hull Truck Theatre, 50 Ferensway, Hull.
A birthday gift to a lovely lady from her colleagues – who also feature quite actively in the pic!
This was THE most fantastic commission as part of the Big Read… King Edwards Schools Foundation had sponsored the Book Bench featured in the photo, and Denis Ramplin, their Director of Communications & Marketing contacted me to see if I could paint a mannequin for their bench. He’d been inspired to track me down after he met our Happy Hospit-owl, produced by me on behalf of Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity… so he knew I like a crowd!
Many stories are featured on here, and rumour has it that there’ll be a competition to name him. We’ll see.
He’ll always be ‘Mannakin Skywalker’ to me!
The work will be on display in Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery until 13th September 2016, when it will be moved to King Edward VI Schools Learning Hub at Birmingham Airport.
As part of the Amy Johnson Festival, artists were asked to submit designs to decorate fibreglass moths which would form a sculpture trail around the city. Like The Big Hoot, but with owls’ prey really. I love these projects, and was delighted when ‘Earth Mother’ gained a sponsor – a local, family owned travel company. I’ve just finished my moth, and the journey back to Bromsgrove.
More about the festival here.
Anyway, we have been asked not to reveal too much of the moths prior to the launch on July 1st, so here are some tantalising glimpses: