Friday, September 02, 2016

#MakeitEaling and Red 60

A story that ties the work to a theme.
Yesterday I had (at first) an errand to do- helping a friend submit a photo of his work in wood for a potential competition - in fact the lack of numbers submitting meant the organisers had a rethink.

Still went and had a nice cup of tea and a chat and took the photo (left) - the work's material  has an interesting provenance  being constructed from wood from a former bench from  local Quaker meeting House - the text a reworking of Quaker sentiments.

After the session I had a quick look at the Ealing Summer Arts Market - nice to chat with people exhibiting and good to see BEAT still getting their message out.

Make it Ealing/BID are working well to promote such events (market and BEAT) these sort of fleet of foot teams can make a real difference (oh yes they've confirmed I've got the Bond Street Pop up for 2 weeks in November).

A nice vibe to the late summer's evening

An ongoing initiative 

Red 60

In a weeks time I'll be busy setting up for Ealing's first Art Trail - I'm hoping that visitors to Orchard Café, the venue I'll share with Gordon Cookson, John Kaye and Tim Layden  (West Ealing's Orchard Café) will have visitors who are interested in the Leap Year project - you can see the 'Rough Cut' here.

Meanwhile here's #60

A cool hotline in Red

A phone it's hard to miss

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