I thought I’d let you know that I’m going to be exhibiting my artwork at the Urban Art Fair 2010 in Brixton, as I did last year.
It’s one of those lovely quirky annual London-type events. Held in Brixton in July, a street is closed off to traffic, and artists are given a pitch to hang their works.
As the website say: “For the ninth year running the residents of Josephine Avenue will be transforming their sleepy, tree lined street into a bustling exhibition space. With a hundred and fifty photographers, printers and painters exhibiting this is our biggest event yet. Entry is FREE and with prices ranging from under a tenner to over a thousand pounds this makes it a truly affordable event for all art lovers, whatever your budget.”
A percentage of the proceeds from sales on Sunday goes to the Trinity Hospice and the British Home.
The event is held on 17th & 18th July, 10am-6pm in Josephine Avenue, London SW2.
Do drop by if you’re in London then – would be lovely to see you all!
Video above is from last year’s fair.