Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Jerwood Drawing Prize 2010

I have a small work in this year's Jerwood Drawing Prize. I saw the show yesterday and really enjoyed it - some things that stood out for me were Andy Lawson's Story of O, page 15, Michael O'Mahoney's Untitled, Nina Fowler's Submission, Yuma Tomiyasu's Untitled (Unknown 3, Victorian) and Julie Cockburn's Tattoo Face. Unusually in this kind of competition I especially liked the piece which actually won (pictured below) - Virginia Verran's Bolus-Space (signal).

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Anonymous said...

Good Afternoon Cathy,

We, at THECUBE would like to invite you to view the work of our Artist in Residence Benjamin Buckley. We Think his work may be of interest to you.
Benjamin Buckley is a London based Artist and a recent graduate from Camberwell College of Art. He is flaunting his bold, vibrant and intricate canvas based images here at THECUBE London in his first solo show.

The subject matter within Benjamin’s images are those that have evolved from his imagination, his “embedded daydreams”. They are fantasy based scenes constructed for the reasons that they do not exist in reality but appears real through his artistic process. The images stand as a symbol of Benjamin’s imagination and ability to compare it to his reality, and is expressed in ways viewers can read into similarly, these are his Projective Drawings.

If you would like to know more about the exhibition and/or would like to come by please do not hesitate to contact us.

There is also more info and samples of his work at: or

We'll look forward to seeing you.

All the best,