Campari Campaign & My Linocuts

Affordable Art Fair Art Without Walls arts in London Campari ContemporArti Eros Linocuts London Mont St Michel

Had my first train journey in over 15 months yesterday - I had cycled past the train station at Watlington several times wishing I could get on a train to see some art.

Feeling a bit apprehensive but determined to go and find my artwork as part of the Campari / Art without Walls campaign with the Affordable Art Fair and the gallery my work is with "ContemporArti" -thanks to you all .

The train was great bigger better trains now - still a bumpy ride though. Plenty of space for social distancing. 

Arriving in London I then took the Tube to Old Street station - another hurdle done. Again very quiet. Coming out of the tube there was amazing art work between the underground escalators. 

Walked around found these two of my work. 

I'd booked to see Rodin at Tate Modern in the afternoon so didn't have time to seek out all 500 artworks on display (not all mine obviously haha). 

It all looked really great - bit of a shame that London is so quiet at the moment so a lot less people seeing it - it did make the trip for me much nicer.

This finished Sunday so hurry if you want to go... 

Affordable Art Fair link 



Rodin at Tate Modern great to see an exhibition where you have space to look at the work. Loved his sensitive watercolours too. 

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