All about organising, thinking and preparing...and writing

As my solo show approaches at great speed, I've been running left and right, phoning, listing, planning, scheduling, correcting, stressing, tweaking, thinking and writing ( most probably all in that order!)

The writing has been the new challenging fun part. After months of work, my book "My Colours of Graphite. Black on Grey on White", finally boasts dotted "i''s" and crossed "t's" and looking (nearly) ready to greet the big wide world.

Once a date for the exhibition was set, it seemed like a nice idea to bring out a small book- a retrospective covering the last 15 years of my life. A very special and sincere way to pay tribute to all the people who have believed in me and supported me along the way.

It's looking great, over 80 of my drawings have come together to show the world just how powerful a single pencil can be. As you can well imagine my scribble friends are on a pedestal as we retrace the 15 years we have spent together.

The launch is scheduled for the beginning of April.... Stay tuned.
If you would like to pre-order your copy please feel free to send me a note at info@sheonahamiltongrant.com

Comments

April Jarocka said…
Sheona this solo show with book sounds like a fabulous moment to look forward in your life, and as your blogging friend and fellow artist I for one would like to wish you every blessing for your big moment. Great stuff.
Mega dances here...
April
April thank you so much: one month to go and it literally is all go at this end. I am so looking forward to it if only because it will mean that I will get to see so many of my patrons.
Thank you so much for your kind words. Taking them and keeping them safe :D
Best.
Wind said…
Wonderful drawings! Best wishes from Romania!
Hello Wind, thank you great to meet you. Waves from Belgium

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