It’s been a long time I haven’t updated my blog!
Like with everything, the longer the wait, the less you know what to write about. Does it even still make sense to talk about certain experiences or travels after a while?
Are you interested in knowing how the shows went? I suppose yes.
Currently, most of my life and art career update go in my patreon newsletter…
That being said, I am taking the time to write today for two perfectly good reasons.
The first is a finished sculpture, Arc, which you can see just above and below.
I used an empty paint can that I finished while doing the mural painting at Dédale in Vannes. (more on that later!)
I used mostly epoxy clay and paint and I really do like that material. It’s not as “easy” to sculpt as polymer clay, but I like the air dry capacity of it. I also bought other air dry clays with little or no plastic in them but haven’t yet tried them. I am a wimp when it comes to trying out new materials.
The second reason is a much more exciting one for me and is already in the title of this post.
My work has been accepted to “the Other Art Fair” in London! And they work with Saatchi *___*
It’s the third time I try to participate, and against all odds, I got accepted!!
The show is beginning of July, so clearly I have not too much time to get ready for the show!
I currently am still working on three other sculptures and have decided not to add any of these new ones to my shop before the art show. I might also bring some of my framed watercolors, unless they get sold until then.
I want to be sure to have enough of artworks to present there.
If you happen to be in London beginning of July here the details
The Other Art Fair, London
Handyside Canopy, King’s Cross
Ok! That’s about it!
Hopefully I get to update the blog a little more next week, I do have some topics I’d like to talk about, but I’m buried under sculptural work these days!