Thursday, 26 January 2012

Works on Paper Fair and More

The Mausoleum above the Hell Fire Caves, Bucks....
a wonderful Christmas Expedition....



Back to work.....
I have decided rather at the last minute to take a stand at this fair again;
I've tried to upload the ticket but it won't display properly
best e-mail me and I can send a proper one by e-mail - leave a request in the comments box? or best e-mail me on pprints@talktalk.net

I'm really looking forward to it now
check out their website ( see just below ) to get lots of details and pics...

e-ticket
2 - 5 FEBRUARY 2012
SCIENCE MUSEUM LONDON SW7
01798 861 815 Watercolours Works on Paper Fair
www.worksonpaperfair.com

Carolyn Trant at Parvenu Press
requests the pleasure of your company at the
Watercolours + Works on Paper Fair

www.worksonpaperfair.com 01798 861 815

Weds 1 Feb: 3pm - 9pm by ticket only
Thurs 2 Feb: 11am - 9pm
Fri 3 Feb: 11am - 6pm
Sat 4 Feb: 11am - 6pm
Sun 5 Feb: 11am - 6pm

She will be exhibiting her recent woodcut Artists Book - Who Killed Cock Robin and cut-out book, The Untenanted Room, based on work with poet James Simpson.

Watercolours Works on Paper Fair

ADMITS TWO FOR FREE
drawings watercolours prints photographs
Opening Preview
Wednesday 1 February 3pm - 9pm
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Lots else on the go too
INCLUDING

PALLANT HOUSE GALLERY CHICHESTER
The Untenanted Room: James Simpson and Carolyn Trant

(Talks,Online Booking Available)

Thursday 16th February, 6:00pm



Sussex Poet James Simpson will read from his latest volume and discuss creative collaboration with artist and printmaker Carolyn Trant. Followed by book-signing in the Pallant Bookshop.

£7.50 (£6.50 students, £6 Friends) Pay bar available
Buy Tickets Online

Make a day of it and catch the end of the wonderful Burra exhibition. there is also a new Enid Marx exhibition in the prints and drawings room and another of photos of and works by Lucien Freud.


LAUDERDALE HOUSE, Waterlow Park, Highgate
Poetry in the House
Thu 9 Feb
Agenda Poets


Agenda is one of the best known and most highly respected poetry journals in the world, having been founded in 1959 by Ezra Pound and William Cookson and is now edited by Patricia McCarthy. These selected poets - Timothy Ad├Ęs, Clare Best, Gill McEvoy, Christine McNeill, Andrew McNeillie, Sue Roe and James Simpson - promise a fascinating and wide ranging evening of poetry.

Time: 20:00 to 22:00

Standard price: £5.00

Concession price: £3.00
Concessions are available for students, people on benefit and over 60s. Proof must be provided when collecting tickets.

Tickets available on the door.

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