Friday, February 22, 2013

New Exhibition June 2014

       

This is the courtyard to the gallery Cidi Hiaya in Granada where I am going to be showing some work next year as part of a group exhibition called "Perspectivas Britannicas".

It is a very beautiful old Carmen in the heart of Granada city, the exhibition space is good and seems to be very well lit with an abundance of while plinths. There is a permanent exhibition area that I recommend for a visit, the art work there is good and the prices are not too high.


The courtyard is policed by two identical black cats with yellow eyes that revolve around the glass fronted window seats halfway up the Carmen. I couldn't manage to catch them with my camera (wrong camera and they moved too fast). This area is clearly their garden and they were very suspicious furious about anyone in it without them being there.

I will keep you up to date with what I intend to make for this space, but my initial feelings are to produce Ginger Jars.

2 comments:

Jessica Rosemary Shepherd said...

This is great news! Fabulous. Good to hear that a pair of lucky cats will be looking after your pots too. Looks like a lovely space.

Linda Starr said...

congrats on the upcoming show, what a beautiful courtyard and a perfect location, reminds me of a hotel we stayed at in San Ignacio in Baja Mexico. I wonder if you will make a pot with a black cat with golden eyes?