Islington Exhibits

If you’re whizzing along the Holloway Road in the direction of Highbury Corner, look over your left shoulder as you pass number 158 to catch a glimpse of my stained glass books in the window of Blackwells bookshop.

It’s to do with Islington Exhibits, an initiative that unlocks hidden venues in Islington to give artists a space to display their work. It’s produced by Rowan Arts in partnership with St. Luke’s Centre and Cubitt Education, and this year I’m participating for the first time

When you’re finished looking at the reflections of the passing traffic in the stained glass books , then go along to Emmanuel Church at 145 Hornsey Road, London N7 6DU, where you can see some of my large-scale paper pulp works alongside, among others, Joycelyn Alstron, Danny Green and Barry Milord Sanford.

Un fiume curioso 85 x 110 cm 2009


The exhibition runs from
Friday 25th June – Sunday 4th July 2010
Mon – Sat 11 am – 7 pm, Sun 1 pm – 3.30 pm (sharp)

PRIVATE VIEW   Friday 25th June, 6pm – 9pm

Look forward to seeing you there.

Many thanks to  Finsbury Park Business Forum & Tollington Parish for sponsoring the event and to Pete from The Londoneer for the write-up.


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