Tuesday, 25 June 2013
Some of my work from 738 will appear in a book about drawing published by Rotovision in the Autumn I believe and written by Helen Birch a fellow drawing tutor back in days of yore. You can see some of the content here.
And you can follow Helen's excellent drawing blog DrawDrawDraw here.
Posted by STEVE WILKIN at 13:05
The 738 newspaper has been shortlisted for the Association of Illustrators Illustration Awards 2013 in the Public Realm category of the professional awards. The work will be on show in October in the awards exhibition at Somerset House.
This is the first time in 25 years that I have entered the Images Awards I was last selected for Images 11 back in the late eighties when I was at Manchester Polytechnic. So I am expecting fame and fortune to follow shortly...
You can see the full shortlist for all the AOI Images categories here.
Posted by STEVE WILKIN at 12:51
Tuesday, 10 April 2012
Many thanks to Ali and Lee for inviting my drawings to the Working Drawings show, and for putting my work on the wall, and then photographing it whilst it was on the wall, and to Kieron, Kayleigh, Andy and Stu (graduates of 2010) for visiting them there.
Posted by STEVE WILKIN at 10:37
Thursday, 8 March 2012
An exhibition called 'Working Drawings" is on tour to London namely the University of Westminster this month. The exhibition was curated by Lee Ford and members of the Visual Communication team at Sheffield Hallam and showcases the initial hidden process of visual thinking and problem solving.
It includes some of my seventhirtyeight work.
Private View - Thursday 22nd of March,
London Gallery West.
Posted by STEVE WILKIN at 04:39
Friday, 17 February 2012
Some images taken the morning after the night before. Craig Atkinson kindly invited my newspaper to make a guest appearance at his exhibition the International Drawing Project which opened last night in UCLan's Victoria Building. The newspaper was available free of charge to previewers. My original sketchbooks are in cases on the first floor mezzanine level, if you would like to peer into them without touching? The opening was very busy and the wine was warm.
Posted by STEVE WILKIN at 05:32