Carolyn Gowdy’s Studio
These are two of Carolynâ€™s recent handcoloured etchings.
Girl with Eye and Seashell
Carolyn is presenting a solo exhibition of her ongoing project ‘pOeM pEoPle at the Seaside’ during her residency at the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout & Arthouse in Aldburgh, Suffolk, UK from 6 June to 20 June, 2015.June 8, 2015
Radical Illustrators was a one-off issue of Illustrators Magazine No. 38 edited by George Snow and Robert Mason and published by the Association of Illustrators in England in 1981. This groundbreaking issue of Illustrators Magazine captured a moment in the art of illustration when young reactionary illustrators were rejecting the straightforward narrative approaches of the popular mainstream press and breaking new ground with radically new visual styles that have long since become the norm in illustration.
Contributors to Radical Illustrators included Edward Bell, Sue Coe, Georgeanne Deen, Catherine Denvir, Terry Dowling, Blair Drawson, Robert Ellis, Carolyn Gowdy, Anne Howeson, Rod Judkins, Andrzej Klimowski, Stewart Mackinnon, Robert Mason, Shinro Ohtake, Ian Pollock, Liz Pyle, Brothers Quay, Sol Robbins, Christine Roche, George Snow and Jake Tilson.August 14, 2013
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For those of you that were unable to attend the event on 9th. June ! Good News ! another chance to visit Carolyn’s Imaginary Garden installation and Magic Photo Booth. You will also find there a selection of affordableÂ ‘Gowdyworks’, limited edition etchings and pigment prints.
Carolyn’s ‘Poem People’ stand will be at OPEN EAST FESTIVAL with the Art Car Boot Fair at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday 27th July and Sunday 28th July, 2013 from 1.30 PM each day until at least 6PM. The Festival is open until 10pm each evening. http://queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk/events/2013/6/open-east Nearest tube is Stratford or Stratford International.
Once again Carolyn will be on the lookout for ‘Poem People’ to decorate the environment by asking friends, visitors, members of the public ‘What sort of flower are you?’ You will be able to take your photographic portrait print away with you.
Many delightful visitors visited the Imaginary Garden on 9th. June!! Below are just a few.
Carolyn is delighted to announce that her work has been accepted into the RA Summer Exhibition 2013!!!!! This is a first for her.
‘Bird Woman’, limited edition etching and aquatint, will perch in a frame on the wall there from 10 June – 18 August 2013.
We hope you will be able to visit the exhibition while it is on.
ROYAL ACADEMY SUMMER EXHIBITION
10 June – 18 August, 2013
(10am – 6 pm Saturday – Thursday) (10am – 10pm Friday)
Burlington House, Piccadilly
London W1J OBD
http://www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibitions/summer/about-the-exhibition/June 6, 2013
‘Tanker’ A/P Limited V/E edition etching and aquatint) hangs in THE LONDON GROUP CENTENARY OPEN-Part 1 (14 May-24 May) at The Cello Factory, 33-34 Cornwall Road, London SE1 8TJ Exhibition finishes tomorrow, Friday. Well worth a visit if you are in the area.
May 23, 2013
May 13, 2013
Carolynâ€™s illustrations currently can be found in the double Christmas Issue of The Spectator Magazine, London. The Spectator Magazine is the closest UK equivalent to The New Yorker Magazine. These two images were commissioned for the short story entitled ‘Tbilisi: The Edge of the Real’, winner of the 2012 Shiva Naipaul Memorial Prize.
DECEMBER 11 â€“ 24 2012
Featuring a tempting selection of prints, paintings, and 3-dimensional works from TANIA BEAUMONT EDWARD BELL ALEX DAW TIM DRY TESSA EASTMAN NICOLE ETIENNE CAROLYN GOWDY DAVID HENDERSON STEPHEN KING LIBBY LAWRIE MALI ANNA MALNI KEN McCLYMONT TOMMY McMAHON TOBY MESSER ANDREW RYDER CAMILLA SHIVARG OLIVIA STANTON MIKE WARD RACHAEL WEITZMAN HARRIET WHYATT
See a slideshow of some of the work at
PRIVATE VIEWS ARE ON
Tuesday December 11th 6.30 â€“ 8.30pm Thursday December 13th 6.30 â€“ 8.30pm
Sunday December 16th 12.00 â€“ 3.00pm
286 EARL’S COURT ROAD
(2 minutes walk south from Earl’s Court Tube)
LONDON SW5 9AS
Viewing by appointment at other times
T: 020 7370 2239 E: firstname.lastname@example.org