Tuesday, 8 March 2016

From the 24th to the 28th of March I’ll be showing some of my work along side the sculptures of Tim O'carroll and the paintings of Frederick Thackeray-Vincent.
Our exhibition will be taking place in Soho, London on the 1st floor of the lovely Georgian building of 49 Greek street. 
The Private view will be held the evening of Thursday 24th March 6-9p.m.
Hope you can come and have a look/drink with us.
Union Trade-
The wand and lasso are no longer the reserve of magicians and cowboys. The allure of beautiful women, the subtle veneer of oils and common material pushed to excess. Find them here, in a show of painting and sculpture.
Carl Stimpson’s analog practice has focused on producing strange new narratives from a host of cut and pasted comic book images.
Tim O’Carrolls abstract, process-based creations spontaneously combine ephemeral, cheap media such as card, foam and wax into beautiful bronze sculpture.
Fred Thackeray-Vincent’s paintings stem from places long forgotten, from things which have yet to be, and of substances that hang in between. 
This show preserves a workman like ethic, made of those who closely hone a craft and with diligent care for their materials. Further statements, studies, post cards, sketches and more will be available on attendance of the private view.

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