For all the obvious reasons this years exhibition will once again be a slightly unusual one and will take place primarily ‘online’ rather than at the house itself.
(home viewings strictly by appointment only)
All of the work will be available to view via the website as usual and I’ve organised a series of short ‘virtual tours’ in which I’ll take you through each room in the house, and say a wee bit about the work as I would if you were here in person. (I’ve also created a short film looking at the story behind the new ‘Caballero’ paintings which is worth checking out if you have time)… As well as that I’ll be available for FaceTime or Zoom conversations if you would like any more information on any of the work while the exhibition is on.
Final viewings of any of the artworks can take place either in your own home (our team will be happy to bring paintings to you on approval) or here at Fairhill on a strictly appointment-only basis in very small groups. The current coronavirus restrictions allow for this, and given its a big house we should be able to do that with proper social distancing etc.
Without doubt, were going to miss the usual hustle-bustle that accompanies these Fairhill exhibitions, and hopefully by the time the summer show comes around things will have returned to some semblance of normality! In the meantime what we’ve put in place will allow you to at least get some idea of what I’ve been up to over the last few months.