My new home - the Albemarle Gallery!
I am very proud and honoured to finally be able to announce that I am represented by the Albemarle Gallery in London.
I know I'm not alone when I say it has always been a dream to have my artwork shown in a Mayfair Gallery.
This has been my year for dreams coming true and I feel very fortunate to be counted among the artists at the Albemarle. Tony Pontone and all the team at the gallery have been amazing in helping me make this transition to the big league and I can't wait to show them what I can do in the months and years ahead.
There are currently 2 of my original drawings at the gallery and 2 of my limited edition prints (keep reading to learn which print is being released for April).
My April Limited Edition Print
I met Mana while doing volunteer work for Macmillian Cancer Care. She is originally from Australia and I feel fortunate to have met her and been able to draw her.
The original drawing is in a private collection in Oslo, Norway, but this limited edition Fine Art Print is my April release and is now available for purchase from my website or the Albemarle gallery.
Fine Art Print is strictly limited to an edition size of 30 plus 5
artist proofs and has been inspected, hand-signed and numbered by me.
For more details and to order visit the PRINT
page of my website.
Please stop by the gallery if you get a chance, as all of the artists
represented are amazing and the exhibitions change regularly. My first
solo show at the gallery will be in May 2014!
Albemarle Gallery, 49 Albemarle St, London W1S 4JR (just 5 minutes from the Green Park tube station).
My original drawing of Elizabeth Taylor can be seen at the Albemarle Gallery, along with my drawing of Heath Ledger.
You can view the evolution of the drawing on my blog.
The prize draw winner is...
Thank you to everyone who participated in the contest to guess which gallery I would be joining.
I am so touched by all of your repsonses, and glad that so many of you wanted to be subject models. I wish I had time to draw everyone, but there just aren't enough hours in the day.
The winner, drawn from a hat from nearly 100 entries is -