I’m really happy to announce that I’ll be taking part in this year’s Blue House Yard Markets on Saturday 25th November and Saturday 2nd December- get those dates in your diaries folks! The Blue House Yard is based in Wood Green and it’s a new initiative set up by High Street Works Ltd (in conjunction with the council and Meanwhile Space CIC) , which promotes and provides opportunities for local businesses who are looking for affordable spaces (see here for more details about the project). With the redevelopment of an... Read The Rest →
Last night I was busy making signages for my stall for Noel Park’s first Jumble Trail and I’m really happy with the way they turned out too- nice and simple. I don’t really do hand painted signs that often either so it was quite refreshing to be able to do something slightly new. I was going to bake a cake for my stall too, but then I decided I was being way too ambitious with the idea so left it at that. Plus, the last time I baked was a distant... Read The Rest →
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 →
Double whammy of exhibitions this month and the previous month! Having finished ‘Into the Sun’ exhibition, ‘The Story So Far’ followed on from it pretty much the following day! Last night I went by to pick up my work and I can’t believe it’s over! Here’s a bit of a blurb about my piece for the exhibition: My work for the exhibition explores an ancient folklore that resonates with some East Asian countries, all of which sees the fox spirit as cunning, conniving, and a magical creature that has the... Read The Rest →