View Full Version : How many shows can I have in November???

11-05-2001, 02:55 PM
Hehee. Well, thought I'd let you know how ridiculously packed my winter schedule is. I have *no* idea where this has come from since I haven't had a proper exhbition up until last month.

First, a little photo from my first solo show last month:

Last week was the opening of a two-woman show with my friend Jo - she is a printmaker and this was her very first show of her oil paintings so she was very nervous! :) Me (left) and Jo:

Those are her paintings in teh background so here's a piccie of some of mine (the official photographer was Jo's daughter so the non-blurry photos were limited :D):

Whew! Tomorrow is the opening day of the National Society of Painters, Sculptors and Printermakers so if you're around Westminster it's on until Sunday (I'm an associate member) Friday is the opening day of the 2nd Annual Canvas Club Exhibition at the National Maritime Museum, and that will be on through January. Our Lee Green Open Studios are Nov 24-25 and there's over 20 artists participating, it'll be my first open studio so I'm getting ready hanging paintings on my walls (oooh, the landlord will love that) and building print bins. Oh, and there's the little matter of doing more paintings for a 3 woman exhibition that opens December 4th in the Greenwich Visitors Center, next to the Cutty Sark.

Er, can we say stresssssssss? Heehee. Ah, I thrive on it! Unfortunately I haven't touched my oil paints hardly in about a month because everything needs to be ready NOW so acrylics are the theme of the month.

Well, if any of you are around London feel free to drop in!

11-06-2001, 12:35 PM
Hi Tina
Went to the National Society show in Westminster today. Great to see your work in the flesh. Had to hunt about a bit for Sea Light which was not with the others. Lovely work.

Am hoping to come to your open studio. Is it near a tube or station?


11-06-2001, 02:03 PM
Glad someone made it to Westminster - I didn't! Haha! Oh, it's too much work to get to Westminster and I have to go help steward tomorrow anyway.

The easiest station to my house is either Lewisham, Lee or Blackheath stations, all have trains from Victoria or CharingX - you can walk from Blackheath or Lee, or take a bus from any of the stations. To make it easier, there's a map here:


It would be really nice to meet a Wetcanvaser! Maybe I'll have to wear my t-shirt. :D And I'll have wine as incentive for any visitors. Lynn Knight, a printmaker & jeweller, will be displaying in my flat too.


11-08-2001, 04:28 PM
Congratulations, Tina! I'm so happy for you. Too bad I don't live in Britain, I'd come visit you or your work.

P.S.: I love the photos taken by Jo's daughter. Makes it look like the show was held in the Joker's tilted hideout, from the old Batman TV show! :D :D :D

-=- Jen