Happy Easter, Pesach, Ramadan and anything else I may have missed!
Photo credit: Chris Freeman from the Colour Walk
I would just like to say a very big thank you to everyone who made it to my Private View at the Foundry on 23 March 23!
When you show alone it's both exciting and nerve racking.
This month and May are all busy
My solo show 'How do I make you feel?' continues at the Foundry until the 31st of May,
Open 8.30am - 6pm weekdays
17 Oval Way, SE11 5RR
Nearest tube Vauxhall
With 25 paintings and 50 photographic works, including brand new portraits never seen in public before, for example Sue Elsegood's (Left), as well as other activists who are trying to make the world a better place.
On the right is the portrait of Baroness Jane Campbell. She is one of the few disabled representatives in the House of Lords.
This painting is a large acrylic on canvas, size 1.20 x 1 metre.
If you would like to meet me when you visit the exhibition, please drop me an email and I’ll do my best to meet up with you.
A reminder to all...
I am not 60 yet, just a few days to go, but I am taking this year to reflect on my artistic practice and enjoy and share my creations which involve my colourful portrait painting, alongside the video collages, photographs and montages as well as performance and poetry.
Join me and learn to draw like you’ve never drawn before; using your own body and memory you'll create group drawings and individual pieces.
The workshop follows experimental practice and looks at new ways to use drawing, to have fun and come together in a safe space.
* About Bethlem Gallery workshops: Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult. Concessions are available for SLaM service users, people over 60, students, people receiving ESA, people registered disabled and their carers. If you can't attend it's important to let us know so your concession ticket can be given to someone else.
There's more... Cats
I currently have an exhibition of just my cat portraits at
Café Deli Felice, 40 Albion St, London SE16 7JQ,
Opens 8:30 am till 5 pm Mon-Friday
The exhibition is on until 27 May 2023
The nearest tube overground Rotherhithe
Those who have been watching me will have seen some of these works as part of my Cat/Kat Saturday on my Instagram feed.
All of my Cat paintings are for sale. I also have Giclée prints starting at just £100.00 unframed Size A3, on Hahnemühle cotton rag paper with a longevity of 400 years. The framed canvas prints are £175.00, 16 x 12 inches. These are all limited editions and only printed on demand.
What people say:
"I ordered a canvas print, 'Tiger' from Michelle and the whole process from payment to receiving my print was seamless. Would definitely purchase again.
Exhibiting at ORTUS at the Maudsley Hospital, 82-96 Grove Lane, London SE5 8SN on 24 May
Bill Boards at the Turf Gallery project in Croydon, location and dates to be confirmed
Carnival 19 - 28 May, Safe House 1,139 Copeland Road, SE15 3SN – Private view 20 May, 5-8pm
In June I’ll have an open house and you will be able to visit and see me. I will have many pieces on display and I will be having a studio spring clean, please call in advance for address.
I will be taking commissions from 1 June, small paintings A4 size start at £375.00 please direct message if you are interested.
Giclée prints start at £100.00 unframed
Canvas prints £175.00
Tea Towels £15.00
And a little bit about me. I am a graduate from the Slade School of Fine Art, Exeter College of Art & Design and an exchange student at Hochschule für Bildende, Künste Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.