I exhibited my fabulous Pop Art Bottoms and Montage Icon Portraits at this years AAF Battersea along side other artists represented by The Cynthia Corbett Gallery. The private view was a huge success with champagne flowing to a mash up of soulful ska and electronic beats played by the brilliant Chris Pedley from The Baker Brothers. This fair was very up beat and it reflected in the sales, every gallery sold well, people’s spirits were high and there was definitely less of a feeling of economic doom and gloom. As per usual at our stand, the Cynthia Corbett Gallery, it was an array of colour and contemporary art, glowing like a succulent juicy orange waiting to be peeled!
I sold some lovely bottoms and so got to display several pieces of my work by re-hanging. I took several strolls down the aisles and took some pictures of art that interested me or stood out from the crowd. Of course i remain loyal to some of the fabulous artists that my gallery represents such as Deborah Azoppardi! I have also attached a couple of pictures to remind you that i hand paint the body first before photographing it as people don’t seem to get that!xx
Deborah Azzorpardi next to my montage Icons of Marlon Brando and Marilyn Monroe
The fabulous Cynthia Corbett Gallery stand
Petri Dishes amazing art by Klari Reiss with The Cynthia Corbett Gallery
Jackie Tsai ‘Floral Skull’ love love love!