Here are some photographs from the Jealous Print Studio in London today as I editioned my Making Eyes Across The Room print. The images are courtesy of Joss Fenn.
Thursday, 6 March 2014
Friday, 21 February 2014
I am delighted to announce that a number of my works are now part of the Victoria and Albert Museum Collection, London. These works are The Circa Suite created for the Impact Festival in Dundee in 2013, Lullabies, A Posy For You and Everything And Again (And Again) made in collaboration with Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen and Today Work, Tomorrow Leisure Pursuits (Version 2) produced with Jealous Print Studio, London. I am honoured to be part of such an important collection.
I Know You'll Take Care Of The Little Things, taken from the Circa Suite (8 prints in total in the suite)
A Posy For You
Posted by Adam Bridgland at 01:35
Saturday, 25 January 2014
Geist Chalk Drawing
Live Printing Set Up
A huge thanks to everyone who came to my Poetry Society Private View last week. It was a great evening complete with live printing and a number of poetry readings in response to my work. I will be publishing these wonderful poems on my site over the coming days for you to enjoy.
Exclusive Live Print from the Private View
Posted by Adam Bridgland at 14:31
Saturday, 18 January 2014
Over the last month I have been proofing a new patch print entitled Today Work, Tomorrow Leisure Pursuits With Purpose (Version 2). Printed on Saunders Waterford 310 gsm paper, it is a five colour screen print and will be an edition of 30. The work can be viewed for the first time at the opening of Escape, a new group exhibition curated by Monica Petzal, at Printroom at Home, London.
Posted by Adam Bridgland at 12:50
Thursday, 16 January 2014
Here is my new edition Making Eyes Across The Room. The print is a three colour screen print with Nylobag on Somerset Satin 300 gsm paper and 56 x 76 cm. Printed at Jealous Print Studio, the print is available in two versions, looking left and looking right.
Posted by Adam Bridgland at 14:16
Next Thursday evening sees the opening of my solo exhibition with the Poetry Society, London. I hope you will be able to attend and see the works for yourself but in the meantime here is a little interview I completed with the lovely Mike Sims from the Society about the exhibition and the my art practice.
Posted by Adam Bridgland at 13:09