Tag Archives: Luxor

Egyptian light – exploring new mediums

Spending time back in Luxor visiting friends and familiar places has given me time to explore two new mediums a little further. I have dipped into both techniques back at home but continuing other work in the studio hadn’t given … Continue reading

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Exhibition ‘Luxor: People & Places’ is extended

Luxor: People & Places at the Petrie Museum is now extended until 27th April 2012. Opening hours are Tues – Sat 1-5pm. Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, University College London, Malet Place, London WC1E 6BT

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A homage to the unknown craftman

When I first saw the exhibition Grayson Perry The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman advertised early last year I have been very much looking forward to seeing it. Unlike so many ‘blockbuster’ exhibitions this one certainly didn’t disappoint. I have … Continue reading

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Exhibition – ‘Luxor: People & Places’

‘Luxor – People & Places’ is a collection of drawings and paintings by artist Adele Wagstaff (UCL Slade) made during her recent visits to Luxor. The exhibition includes a number of portrait drawings shown alongside small oil studies inspired by … Continue reading

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Egyptian Portraits II – Autumn 2011

It has been a great pleasure to once again spend some time back in Luxor away from the hectic pace of London life, to make some new portrait drawings of friends while drinking endless cups of mint tea. The majority … Continue reading

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