Floodgates

Floodgates
DW44–26/6, 2016, pencil, oil on board, 27 x 30 cm

DW44–26/6, 2016, pencil, oil on board
27 x 30 cm

Often when times are complicated I need to draw a lot.
But never before I have made drawings as a independent piece of work.
My friend, the print dealer Julian Page, suggested I try my hand at it and after overcoming my initial reluctance the floodgates have opened.

Those who had a sneak preview of my drawings have been enamoured by them and to my delight I have been offered several opportunities to show them.

In a few days time they will have their first outing at Herrick Gallery in Mayfair.
Following that I will show some drawings, together with several new paintings in my inaugural show with Jessica Carlisle gallery.

Hot on the heels will be my first of two solo shows of drawings, first with De Queeste Art in Belgium and then, last but not least with Julian Page Fine Art in his pop-up gallery in Clerkenwell.

Surely enough activity to keep me out of mischief and perhaps inspire you to make it into a kind of pilgrimage to see them all.

Look forward to see you….
Marcelle

02|07 > 01|09|2016
SHUFFLE
Herrick Gallery
93 Piccadilly, London W1J 7NQ

02 > 30|09|2016
Hard-boiled Wonderland, with Marcelle Hanselaar, Rui Matsunaga, Nahem Shoa.
Jessica Carlisle Gallery
Mandeville Place, London W1U 2BF

28|08 > 25|09|2016
Drawings/Tekeningen
De Queeste Art
Trappistenweg 54, Be 8978 Belgium

13 > 18|09|016
Drawings
Julian Page Fine Art
Clerkenwell Gallery
20 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DP

07|06 > 24|09|2016
The Ruth Borchard Collection: next generation. Self Portraiture in the 21rst Century
Piano Nobile Kings Place
90 York Way, London N1 9AG

KALEID Editions talks about my artist book Kitab al Fihrist/Book of Lists.

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