Jo Self whose visionary flower paintings reveal entire universes in the fleshy convolutions of stamen and petal, has embarked on a radical new direction. Her new exhibition is nothing less than an intense compression of her life and work into the smallest museum London has ever seen, and an accompanying book. From her childhood as the daughter of one of ITN's first news cameramen, to her time painting the Dalai Lama's garden, Self's take on an extraordinary and creative life produces an artwork that is as diverting as it is original. Will Self
198 Contemporary Arts and Learning is delighted to present this exhibition by a pre-eminent local artist and long time friend of the gallery.
Saturday 7th November 2009 &
Saturday 28th November 2009
Jo Self in Residence at the gallery 12 3pm
Walk to Jo Self's garden to see the smallest arts museum in the world, draw in Self's garden and make an artists books.
£20 donation in benefit to the gallery
Jo Self's limited edition hand made book ILLUSION will be available to buy from the gallery during the exhibition each individually made book is a miniature exhibition. Books cost £50 each
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