Last new piece from the Fireworks for dead men show. 

The Stalker Red Schuhart. For anyone familiar with the novel ‘Roadside Picnic’ this is my imagining of Red, the central character.

Available at the NOW EXTENDED show at Coningsby gallery, tottenham street, London, UK! The show has been extended by a couple of weeks to the 17th april, so anyone who didn’t get a chance to come to the Private View or hasn’t been down yet, you now have a couple extra weeks to make the trip. 

The Reverse Glass mirror of this piece, pictured, is still for sale at the show. 

cheers

One more from the show, entitled ‘At The end of the World’. this title wont make sense unless you know me personally.

a definite favourite of mine, available as a reverse glass mirror at the coningsby gallery as part of the extended ‘Fireworks for dead men’ show.

another new one from the Fireworks for Dead Men show.

A double portrait, illusionists Siegfried & Roy!!

wether you love or hate them, this one deserves a place on your wall! Available as a 4 colour screen print or one off reverse glass mirror.

One of my favourites from the show, the pieces will soon be available on the coningsby gallery online shop.  

apologies for the blurry pics of the mirror, better ones soon to come

THE SHOEBILL, another piece from my solo show ‘Fireworks For Dead Men’ which opened monday. the private View is tomorrow night from 6-9 at the coningsby gallery, so those of you in London know where you need to be. Screen prints of this are available, 50X70cm, 4 colours, edition of 20 so get them quick, anything left will be up online at a later date after the show. 

The most evil bird alive…

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wilson-joe:

Joe Wilson invites you to join him for the private view of ‘Fireworks For Dead Men’, the inaugural solo exhibition. 

Private View - 27 March 6 - 9pm

In this exhibition, Joe takes influence from the idea of ‘Memento Mori’. The Latin phrase translates as ‘remember your mortality’, dating back to times of antiquity, the idiom was used to describe artworks that featured a ‘figure of death’. Often placed with their eyes open, the recently deceased were once captured in post-mortem photography as a last remaining memory for those left behind. Joe pays homage to this strange practice in breathtaking, hand printed portraits.

The show centres around a collection of new work, exploring centuries-old reverse glass mirror painting techniques, updated for the modern day to create beautiful and haunting one off pieces. These pieces will be available for sale throughout the show along with a selection of screen printed paper editions. 

A number of older pieces of work and original drawings will also be on display, with a limited number for sale.

Joe’s unique drawing style attracts a mixture of different clients from editorial to fashion, he has produced work for clients such as: The Guardian, Ted Baker, Faber & Faber, Film4, Saatchi & Saatchi, Adidas, Johnnie Walker, 21st Amendment, Little White Lies, Arrow Films, London Fashion Week and Visa. 

For RSVPs & Press enquiries please email:

holly@coningsbygallery.com

The show runs from the 24th March - 4th April

 

The Coningsby Gallery

30 Tottenham Street

London W1T 4RJ

www.coningsbygallery.com

+44 (0) 20 7636 7478

For updates and previews of the show please follow Joe on Twitter @JOE_WILSON / @FIREWORKS4DEAD

Joe Wilson invites you to join him for the private view of ‘Fireworks For Dead Men’, the inaugural solo exhibition. 

Private View - 27 March 6 - 9pm

In this exhibition, Joe takes influence from the idea of ‘Memento Mori’. The Latin phrase translates as ‘remember your mortality’, dating back to times of antiquity, the idiom was used to describe artworks that featured a ‘figure of death’. Often placed with their eyes open, the recently deceased were once captured in post-mortem photography as a last remaining memory for those left behind. Joe pays homage to this strange practice in breathtaking, hand printed portraits.

The show centres around a collection of new work, exploring centuries-old reverse glass mirror painting techniques, updated for the modern day to create beautiful and haunting one off pieces. These pieces will be available for sale throughout the show along with a selection of screen printed paper editions. 

A number of older pieces of work and original drawings will also be on display, with a limited number for sale.

Joe’s unique drawing style attracts a mixture of different clients from editorial to fashion, he has produced work for clients such as: The Guardian, Ted Baker, Faber & Faber, Film4, Saatchi & Saatchi, Adidas, Johnnie Walker, 21st Amendment, Little White Lies, Arrow Films, London Fashion Week and Visa. 

For RSVPs & Press enquiries please email:

holly@coningsbygallery.com

The show runs from the 24th March - 4th April

 

The Coningsby Gallery

30 Tottenham Street

London W1T 4RJ

www.coningsbygallery.com

+44 (0) 20 7636 7478

For updates and previews of the show please follow Joe on Twitter @JOE_WILSON / @FIREWORKS4DEAD
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fireworksfordeadmen:

Exciting photos from the whiteduck workshop. ‘Little Edie’ the ghost of grey gardens,  will be available at the show, 4 colour screen print on colorplan mist 270gsm. Limited to an edition of 40, any remainders will make their way online after the show. 

white duck doing an incredible job with the show prints, come down to the Private view on the 27th March.