Close up of new sculpture by Valerie Inns inspired by a residency with Astro Lighting for The Gibberd Gallery ‘s current project: Arts Means Business.
The sculpture has been created using plaster, one of the materials used by Astro in their lighting product range.
The work in progress will be featured in an upcoming exhibition at Gibberd Gallery, alongside work by other artists.
Looking forward to working again with ever innovative Gibberd Gallery’s on their Arts Means Business project #artsmeansbusiness
Love this Frink, part of the The Gibberd Gallery ‘s permanent collection. Always something new to discover and appreciate at the gallery.
Always sunny in Margate. Caters for all. It now has the fantastic Turner Contemporary Gallery, and of course it’s also Margate with its great beaches, old town, artists’ and creative quarter, and let’s not forget those slots.
We’ve been really lucky filming along the Kent coast over the last few days. There are so many interesting artists in this part of Kent, a great creative environment to work and live.
King Street Images’ producer Maxine King will be attending the The Art of Wellbeing Conference, Hatfield. Recent studies have shown increasing evidence that participation in culture and creativity can have significant health benefits and, indeed, increase wellbeing.
As part of the conference King Street Images’ film New Connections, which profiles an over 50s dance group based in Watford, will be screened.
King Street Images works across culture, heritage, and the arts in the East of England and London, including projects to promote positive change within communities and organisations.
Went off to the Tate yesterday. As you can see I was prepared for the journey. That Scott film really had an impact on my travel arrangements.
Couldn’t resist a little bit of modelling while I was there. I think my kids were making a hasty exit at this point…
I hope Germaine Richier wouldn’t be too upset by my posing in front of her “Shepherd of the Landes”
If only I’d got round to watching “Downhill Racer” how cool I may have looked. But then again I have seen “Cool Runnings” and ,well, that didn’t seem to rub off.
Kingstreetimages’ film “For Want of a Label” now showing at Gibberd Gallery. One of the series of artist films I’ve been making.