The Strand Gallery is excited to announce a new exhibition journeying into the creative mind of comedian Vic Reeves. Hot Valve Leak: Visual Ramblings of Vic Reeves will explore how his many artistic influences have come together to produce such a wide-ranging and eclectic output, while evoking the importance of performance to all his creative endeavours. Works range from drawings and collages to large scale paintings all with hints of wit and absurdity. Prepare yourself for this colourful and humorous show by a man of multiple talents.
Hot Valve Leak: Visual Ramblings of Vic Reeves will run February 13th – 23rd 2013.
In the third chapter of his film trilogy with Irish artist Conor Harrington, film director Andrew Telling journeyed to north Norway as part of the 2012 arts event Komafest.
The semi-abandoned island of Vardø, situated within the artic circle, is an inspired location. With an expansive landscape and endles light it provides the perfect backdrop for Harrington’s skillful craft.
The results speak for themselves. We very much look forward to future collaborations between these two…
Old Norse by Andrew Telling
Black Herds of the Rain by Andrew Telling
Crossing Lines by Andrew Telling
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Tagged Andrew Telling, Conor Harrington, Film, Film Director, Fine Art, komafest, Murals, Norway, Old Norse, Painting, Short film, Street Art, vardo
Actress of both stage and screen, art graduate of Central Saint Martins, dancer and former student of the Royal Ballet School, Hetty Baynes-Russell will be exhibiting at The Strand Gallery later on this month.
A delightful exhibition of thirty-five paintings take you through four decades of Hetty’s life on stage, in film, radio and television, in this humorous yet personal, autobiographical exhibition.
Betsy & Blapsy – The Life and Times by Hetty Baynes-Russell runs from November 14th – 24th.