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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 power to trick the human mind whilst being able to shape shift into a human form.

I was particular drawn to the similarities that the motif transcends from one culture to another. I wanted to depict the fox spirit as something almost quite majestic, alluring, and mythical.

I didn’t attend the private view as I was working late that evening- sad face here- but I have asked the organisers if I could include some photos from the night. Here are a few photos of the Private View, courtesy of ‘The Story So Far’ Facebook group:






My ‘Fox Spirit’ piece was also featured in the press for the show!



‘Fox Spirit’ will be up for sale in my Etsy shop pretty soon so I’ll do a shout out when the listing is up.


Hello! I hope you’ve all been enjoying the sun and the glorious weather that we’ve been having over the past couple of days. I’ve had a rather hectic few days what with the run up to the show and another show I’m taking part in, which starts on the 1st July at W3 Gallery in Acton (more on that later in the week).

I have to say that the group exhibition ‘Into The Sun’ at A-side B-side Gallery has been really successful especially the private view. Sadly, I didn’t take any photos that night but I have managed to take some photos today when I was invigilating the show.

Firstly, here are my pieces for the show: ‘Luna’ and ‘Sol’.





And here they both are in situ.

Jo Cheung

My work for the exhibtion.


Augustin’s work.


Gallery Space

Adam Bartlett

Adam Bartlett

Ivy Mei (left) and Adam Bartlett (right)

Ivy Mei (left) and Adam Bartlett (right)

Kwok Pui Sai (left) and Paul Shinn (right)

Kwok Pui Sai (left) and Paul Shinn (right)


Whilst I was invigilating, I got the chance to speak to people about the show and my work as well. It was great to be able to connect with others about my interpretation of the theme itself. I think Ivy has done a fantastic job on curating the show and putting together the show so I’d just like to say a big fat thank you to Ivy for all of her hard work! I love the space too; light, airy and it’s not too big and not too small either.

The show is running until Tuesday 30th so get yourselves down to the gallery if you’ve still not seen it!