Leonie's current show Plan comes down this Saturday (18th August) after a successful run at the excellent Exhibit Gallery on the site of the Golden Lane Estate (a postwar modernist architectural wonder close to the Barbican centre).
'Presenting works from her large-scale ‘The Envisageable Cities’ series together for the first time, alongside new works created exclusively for the exhibition, Leonie’s beguiling, intricate and fastidiously detailed works on paper continue to dissect and examine the constructed world, and how it shapes us.'
On Saturday 21st July a drop-in drawing workshop on the Golden Lane estate was run by Leonie in conjunction with the show.
Exhibit Gallery, 20 Goswell Road, EC1M 7AA
See Joyzine's review of PLAN
Tuesday, 14 August 2012
Art or sport? Sometimes it feels like the same thing according to the stamp-printed notes in this Oxfam Bookshop window.
'Catching movement' was the title of a Big Draw celebration of drawing held last October with young people from Lord William's School and John Hampden School. They made drawings from observation (one was an accomplished gymnast) that became cut-out Olympic figures, to be inked and printed together on an etching press.
The prints have been photographed to make a concertina book, and are still showing in the window of Topsport, 14 Buttermarket, Thame until after the Paralympics.
The 'Big Draw' starts again in October (www.campaignfordrawing.org)