A BIG Thank You to those of you who came along to the recent Eastern Open 2012 Art exhibition in King's Lynn to see my artwork from my current series of work, "An introduction to Grief and Joy". The feedback was really kind and positive.
In one week's time, on Monday June 18th, artworks from my latest series will be featured at the 'Art Takes Times Square' billboard premiere in New York.
Nine of my Cracktown v2.0-era works (seen here), as well as superb works by other international artists will be displayed on bright LED screens (9ft x 12ft) located on Broadway and 43rd Street.
Working in concert with the Times Square Alliance and Chashama, Artists Wanted has produced this event which celebrates art in Times Square and the launch of See.Me - a new website connecting artists, photographers, designers, filmmakers and musicians to an international audience. With Art Takes Times Square, several of the most iconic video signs in Times Square will be made into an immense display of art.
If you are in New York at the time, you are warmly welcome to come along to the Premier Event.
Please take note of the following details:
The Times Square Billboard Premier EventDate/Time: Monday June 18, 2012 7.00pm-10:30pm
Location: Times Square NYC (Broadway between 43rd Street and 44th Street)
Special Performance by: Twin Shadow
RSVP: Not Required.
I also have *ONE* exclusive VIP pass to give away for the glittering Art Takes Times Square VIP Party from 9.30pm that day, which will also show a selection of my artworks amongst work from other international artists...
The Art Takes Times Square VIP PartyDate/Time: Monday June 18, 2012 9:30pm-1.00am
Location: 144 West 42nd Street (between Broadway and 6th Avenue)
Special Performances by: AndrewAndrew and Questlove of the Roots / Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
RSVP: please contact myself on email@example.com by 10pm BST on Tuesday 12th June - first reply gets the VIP ticket!
For those not able to go along to the show, there will be photographs taken of the whole event and posted online - firstly on my Facebook Arts page then, in time, on the blog.
Many thanks for your continued support.