Category Archives: shardcorner

Open House 2007

This years Open House can be considered a success, with some very interesting/interested visitors. Overall numbers were down on last year, which was a little disappointing, but a combination of poor weather and the dearth of other artists open houses in the area is probably the reason. I’m in two minds about how to approach […]

Open House 2007

Once again I shall be opening my house [or at least part of it] to the public as part of the Brighton Festival. I’ll be open each weekend in May, between 11 and 6 so please feel free to drop by, peruse some art and join me in a cup of coffee or a glass […]

The year in review, 2006

There have been twenty nine aesthetic experiments completed since January, mainly, though not exclusively, in the medium of painting. As is to be expected of the experimental method, some have been more successful than others. Overall, however, I feel this years work marks a solid contribution to the field of aesthetic mischief. The year started […]

Shardcorner no more

Unfortunately, due to the sale of the building, Shardcorner is no more. The aesthetic experiments will continue, of course, but behind closed doors. The results of these experiments will be displayed here. Shardcore is actively looking for another window in which to display his daubs, scribblings, and devious mechanical devices. If anyone has an empty […]

Brighton Pride 2006

Brighton Pride, one of the best freak-gatherings available to man. So it was only fitting that shardcore should be there to contribute to the chaos. Approximately 50,000 beautiful freaks descend on Preton Park for this event each summer, and this year that meant 50,000 beautiful freaks walking right past the front door of ‘Brighton’s smallest […]