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Art Exhibition London

PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:18 pm
by DavidM
For those who are interested, I will be participating in a short art exhibition in London next week. I'll be showing my recent sculptures together with the paintings of a friend of mine, Liz Graham-Yooll.
The exhibition is at 54 The Gallery, Shepherd Market, in Mayfair, from Monday 6th until Saturday 11th February.

There is a Facebook page for the show;
http://www.facebook.com/events/255746417801965/

I will be in at the exhibition regularly during the week if anyone here wants to come by. If there are people from the Forum who would like to get together socially I'd like to suggest that they come over on Friday afternoon, the 10th, and have a drink at the gallery with me, from about 5.30 on.

http://www.davidmackie.it
http://www.lizgraham-yoollshow.com/

Re: Art Exhibition London

PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2012 11:06 pm
by NormanD
DavidM wrote:If there are people from the Forum who would like to get together socially I'd like to suggest that they come over on Friday afternoon, the 10th, and have a drink at the gallery with me, from about 5.30 on.
If the snow hasn't settled and the creek don't rise, maybe Forumistas will get to see this exhibition (and have a drink together) tomorrow. It's a very good exhibition, of painting and sculpture, there's so much to enjoy here. David's work is wonderful - lively, imaginative, beautifully crafted. I have little of the language of art criticism to persuade - so I'll just advise you not to miss it if you're in London.

Re: Art Exhibition London

PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2012 11:48 pm
by Rob Hall
I shan't be able to make it myself David, but thanks for the invitation. Any opportunity for a get-together is a good thing in my book.

Good luck with the exhibition, I hope it's a success for you.

Re: Art Exhibition London

PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 12:06 am
by DavidM
It seems the weather is against us.

Still, if anyone can make it over to the gallery I can promise them some mulled wine to warm them up.