Hello all! I hope you’re enjoying the autumnal weather (as in the cold, rain, wind…) wherever you are in the world. I have some rather exciting news that I’ve been keeping quiet for a while; I’m super happy to say that I’m now represented by Advocate Art! I’m looking forward to the next couple of months as to what will happen! Here’s my profile on Advocate Art’s website: http://www.advocate-art.com/artist.jo-cheung REPRESENT!
What a hectic/manic week! On Monday night I dropped off my work at A-side B-side Gallery– Hackney Downs Studios– for the House of Tigers exhibition; leaving Adam, who curated the show, and a few of this other friends to paint the walls (sorry folks!). Anyway, Thursday’s Private View was amazing! The turn out was incredible and the whole place was buzzing with people admiring the artworks and getting to talk to the other 30 plus artists. Adam and his friends did a fantastic job of curating the show; everyone’s work... Read The Rest →
Evening all! Hope your week has been filled with lovely things to see and do. I was meant to blog about ‘Covet’ as it was going, however, running a shop takes so much time and preparation that I never managed to do it! Side note about The Hackney Shop: it’s a pop-up retail space available for Hackney residents (or if you work there) and the whole concept behind it is giving creatives the opportunity to showcase their work for free. Yes, for free. As getting any kind of space is so... Read The Rest →
This month I’ve been pretty busy with work and so it’s been great to be able to do shows just to break things up a little bit. I’m part of ‘House of Tigers’ exhibition at A-Side B-Side Gallery! Super stoked to be part of an awesome show for a great cause, Save Wild Tigers, as well. The private view will be on Thursday 22nd October and the show will run from the 22nd until the 27th. More about the show: House of Tigers- A group exhibition Curated by Adam Bartlett Public... Read The Rest →
A girl made friends with a bird and then she turned into a bird. I’m back at home for a few days so this afternoon I spent a few hours reworking on an old piece of work. I really like how the overall colour palette worked out (surprisingly enough) and I feel that my work has moved into something more abstract and into the unknown!