Sunday, 1 March 2009

James Hobbs: Skylark 2, 3-22 March 2009

I'm the featured artist at Skylark 2 at the Oxo Tower on the South Bank, London, from 3 to 22 March, showing prints and drawings, some of them so new I still haven't finished them. I will be at the gallery on
Thursday 5 March from 6-8pm
Friday 13 March from 11-6pm and
Sunday 22 March from 11-6pm
so drop in and say hello if you're passing by.
The gallery is open daily from 11-6pm, closed Mondays.

Skylark 2 Gallery
1st Floor OXO Tower, Riverside
020 7401 9666
www.skylarkgalleries.com
Nearest Tube: Waterloo/Blackfriars
A few minutes from the National Theatre
Entry free

Image: James Hobbs, Paddington Station, £320/£120 framed, £90 unframed.

8 comments:

happyjacqui said...

good luck

josé louro said...

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Caroline said...

Good luck, James, wish we could be around to meet you!

happyjacqui said...

Is there anyway of seeing the prints that you have on show at Skylark?

James Hobbs said...

It went well - sales, commissions and other interest. The prints were mainly the most popular that are already available: Spitalfields, Paddington Station, Salcombe, as on the website www.james-hobbs.co.uk
But there were new drawings too, as on my Flickr site, of Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square.

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Lumi 9 Painting said...

So in a sketch like this - nice work, by the way - I thought it would be fun to guess which was the first line laid down.

I'm betting on the upper curve of the wrap-around billboard in the center. Close?

Hooray for digital media.

-darick

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James Hobbs said...

You would win a prize if a prize was on offer. It was, I'm sure, that line. Not that I remember, just that it makes sense. It places both the centre of the drawing and the skyline - and the line of perspective going along Shaftesbury Avenue. And anyway, it looks bolder.