National Open Art Exhibition 2014
Last night Kaori and I attended the National Open Art Exhibition private view at Somerset House. While I don’t actually have a picture in this exhibition, I did make it into the final round of judging and you can purchase my artwork for a snip on the exhibition website.
When I arrived at Somerset House I had the good fortune of sharing a lift with Antony Gormley (Angel of the North).
As most of you know, Antony is a Goldsmiths alumnus and (like several other Goldsmiths alumni) is a former Turner Prize winner. He gave the opening speech of the evening.
Undoubtedly the osmosis of rubbing shoulders with so many creatives in such a tight space had a stimulating effect on me. After quaffing several glasses of a particularly delightful vintage, I began to fantasise about how ahead of my era I might eventually become - given time of course (hic).
Keywords: Antony Gormley, Emiko Aida, Liz Rajmohani Mundle, National Open Art Exhibition, Ronnie Wood, Somerset House
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