Friday, March 29, 2013

'Finishing off' the L.A.B. | STUDIO 3 - *Full show 'Crookid stiks 'n' $tones' ON in the three studios*

Dungeness Open Studios -
Three open studios on the West-side beach. All work on show is made to a standard finish in a third studio to the right of Studio 2 and completed over time in early morning sessions in these buildings. Studio 1 is used as a 'clean space' for colouring and printing relief prints. Studio 2 hosts part-time residencies for invited visiting artists and is used as a showing space for new projects or as a viewing space for individual works seen online. L.A.B. | Studio 3 - is used as an impromptu showing space for new projects.

Generally as soon as paintings, prints or drawings are more or less completed they make their way here prior to purchase or further exhibition. We do not consider these spaces to be a 'gallery' as such, more a public extension of a continuing working practice enabling the preview of work in a clean and organised environment.

Directions by road -

www.paintings-for-sale.net/dungeness-open-studios.html

Associated blog | Crookid Stiks 'n' $TONES -

dungenessstudios.blogspot.co.uk/

Web site - www.paintings-for-sale.net

www.paintings-for-sale.net/

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Monday, March 18, 2013

Crookid Stiks & $TONES - FONT work - Preview now on in Studio - I

Crookid Stiks 'n' $TONES - FONT work - Preview now on in Studio 1


Originally uploaded by Bruners

South Face | UP_FROMTHE$TONES - unique FONT work
Crookid Stiks 'n' $TONES - Preview now on in Studio 1 & 2
Paddy Hamilton | Ol' Schofield
Full show in three spaces from the 26th of March
*Information | Background & the friendly crew here - dungenessstudios.blogspot.co.uk/

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Crookid Stiks & $TONES - Photoframe | Good Voodoo - Preview now on in Studio 2

What we do to Lo | Fi digital frames 'round 'ere... Further augmentation

'A fine Merz'

Paddy Hamilton | Ol' Schofield

Full show in three spaces from the 26th of March

*Information | Background & the friendly crew here - dungenessstudios.blogspot.co.uk/

Good ol' Unkle Kurt defines 'MERZ' as:
“I call[ed] my new manner of working from the principle of using any material MERZ. That is the second syllable of Kommerz [commerce]. It originated from the Merzbild [Merzpicture], a picture in which the Word MERZ, cut out and glued-on from an advertisement for the KOMMERZ-UND PRIVATBANK [Commercial and Private Bank] could be read between abstract forms...When I first exhibited these pasted and nailed pictures at the Sturm [Gallery] in Berlin, I searched for a generic term for this new kind of picture, because I could not define them with older concepts like Expressionism, Cubism, Futurism or whatever. So I named all my pictures as a species MERZbilder after the most characteristic one.”