Here’s Kingstreetimages’ latest film which celebrates the Arts Means Business initiative from The Gibberd Gallery. The film features artists Valerie Inns, and Sarah Brown – Architectural Artwork and Glass. The project included artists working in residences withRaytheon, Astro Lighting, and Arrow.com.
We had a great day filming at Raytheon in Harlow for The Gibberd Gallery’s: Arts Means Business film. We were working with artist, Sarah Brown – Architectural Artwork and Glass whose work will feature in the forthcoming exhibition at The Gibberd Gallery. And yes the pears were very tasty.
Spent the day filming at Astro Lighting where we were lucky to catch artist Valerie Inns’ lunchtime workshop. The film captures artists including Sarah Brown, Valerie Inns, and Connie Flynn’s work. This work was made as part of residences in businesses including Raytheon, Astro Lighting, and Arrow Electronics for a forthcoming exhibition, Arts Means Business at the The Gibberd Gallery.
Can’t wait to see Sarah’s work, which we will be filming next week as part of the The Gibberd Gallery’s upcoming project: Arts Means Business. The project includes artists in residences located in businesses around Harlow and an exhibition creating a vital link between art and business. King Street Images will be filming artists and businesses including Raytheon, Astro Lighting Limited, and Arrow Electronics
I was at the Gibberd Gallery yesterday filming gallery director Corrina Dunlea for our forthcoming profile film about the Gibberd Gallery, which is run by the Harlow Art Trust. The full size version of the Obelisk can be found in Broad Walk, Harlow, and stands at over seven metres tall.
I was over in Harlow last night filming Jackie Chakravarti’s private view at the Gibberd Gallery as part of our film profiling the historic gallery which is right in the heart of Harlow, Sculpture Town. The town has not only a fantastic gallery run by Corrina Dunlea for Harlow Art Trust but also a fantastic collection of sculpture. Really looking forward to this one as the collection is not only sculpture but also a magnificent collection of British watercolours.