Apparently in the world of finance, there is a theory about ‘cushions’. it’s all about how stock prices bounce back after a fall. You’ll be relieved to hear that the only cushions I deal with are the soft squidgy variety in linen and velvet. Essentially my cushions are photographic prints you put on the sofa rather than the wall. The imagery is all of an architectural / sculptural nature, and there are a few opportunities coming up where you can enter the burgeoning cushion market in time for Christmas.
Firstly this Saturday in Crystal Palace, I’m taking part in an Artists’ Open House event, which also features exquisite ceramics by Nadine Bell, along with wonderful etchings by Colin Bell. Details below.
Then on Sunday 8th December, I will be down at Boxpark Croydon, for their Made in Croydon market, alongside the fragrant Ludwig London and his delicious scented Christmas candles.
If you can’t make either of those events, they will also be available every Saturday between now and December 14th from the Palace Makers’ stall at Crystal Palace Foodmarket in Haynes Lane.
Let me introduce you to the cushion family:
Back row from left: dino eye / city hall / viaduct
Middle row: museum arches / museum columns
Bottom row: sphinx / dino scales / subway