This is the opening painting from the Mudclub series featuring Dickheads and Dollar Dolls .
Biography: This is one of other numerous paintings from a sketch freeze/cartoon strip entitled 'Dickheads and Dollar dolls' also originally created by Jonathan Brown who is a student at The Richard Attenborough art centre. A completed short script is available for TV adaption. His last works entitled Black Annis were exhibited from 16/9/09-19/10/09 at the same place. Another exhibition of his paintings entitled 'Camouflage' is to be on shown at Vaughan college also in Leicester at the begining of September until mid October 2010. Alongside it runs another exhibition 'Lost and Found' which runs throughout the year. Work (including that of his own) is featured alongside many other Leicestershire artists. Details of this venue can be obtained by entering the above title into the search engine. His latest exhibition detailing the risque Mud Club series is to be on show at the begining of 2011 at The Independent Art Centre situated on Humberstone Gate, Leicester.Watch this space for more details. Cultivated first as a hobby, prolific art has become an outlet for him. He is also a published prolific writer with some of his shorter works available upon request from Leicestershire libraries. He is also an illustrator and sculpturor who is open to offers of art work . Credits: Forward Press x9 shorts. Black Petals x3 shorts. TBRA x2 shorts. Whispers of wickedness x1 poem. Tales for Melancholy Children x1 novella. The short story page x1 short. Wanderings x1 short. Ad Hoc Manadnock x1 short. Zygote In My Coffee x2 shorts. Request for work from Strangeroad.com. Various Koestler awards. Playwright for prison production. Various illustrations waiting to go upon further request. Author for Buzzle.com. Archived hard copies of some of his early works can be requested through Leicestershire library services throughout the UK.
Country: United Kingdom (Great Britain)
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