My new screen print, Shoreline
I'm proud to be supporting the forthcoming 'Designing The Everyday' exhibition at Towner, Eastbourne with my latest screen print, Shoreline.
In 1934, Harrods hosted an exhibition called Modern Art for the Table featuring some of the greatest names of British art including Paul Nash, Graham Sutherland, Laura Knight and Duncan Grant. Yet the display was not of their paintings but tea services, vases and wine glasses.
Towner celebrates the anniversary of this exhibition with a display of original objects from the Harrods exhibition, an examination of Ravilious at Wedgwood and a wider survey of artists working in British industry during the 20th century. The exhibition draws from the Towner’s extensive collection with rarely seen loans from private and public collections.
Designing the Everyday explores the work of the Omega Workshop, Shell and Ascher studios as well as the contemporary designs for the home from St Jude's including designs by me, Mark Hearld, Emily Sutton, Ed Kluz and Peter & Linda Green.
The exhibition is curated by Nathaniel Hepburn.
I have created a new screen print, Shoreline (illustrated here), especially for the exhibition - it's a large screen print - image size 725mm x 560mm in an edition of 150 copies.
The first 35 copies will be sold to support Towner's work and are available at an exhibition opening price of £295.00 for an unframed print (excluding postage).
To purchase one of these 35 copies, please contact Towner direct.