So, the shows are finally up and open. It feels like it’s been a long time coming and, at last, other people can enjoy the fruits of mine and Derek’s conversations that began back in 2016 and have culminated in these shows. I'd never call myself a curator, but have throughly enjoyed the extended conversation and opportunity to engage with such an extensive, and well known, body of work in an attempt to draw out something new.
I’ll be adding a proper section to this website just as soon as I find some time and space to do so, but in the meantime, below are a few images of the shows, taken by the excellent Jamie Woodley. The show itself runs until the end of June, so you’ve plenty of time to make a trip to North Wales and enjoy the chips and Victorian splendour of this seaside town.
There’s also going to be a publication containing some of the images you’ll see below. Watch out for an announcement through social media when that arrives with the gallery.
Thanks to all involved, particularly the gallery staff and their excellent tech-team, Robert Fraser’s Groovy Arts Club Band, Gazelli Art House, Arts Council Wales, The University of Worcester and the wonderful man himself, Derek Boshier