Maggies Centre Nottingham City Hospital

On Saturday 3rd December I will joining Maggies at the City Hospital Campus, Gate 3, Hucknall Road, Nottingham, NG5 1PH for their Christmas Fair from 11am until 1:30pm. 

Paul Smith commissioned ‘Red Rabbit’ for his private collection using 1000’s of his designer labels. We are now able to offer a Limited Edition Giclee Print for £140 with a 10% donation to Maggies Cancer Care. A few prints will be available to purchase on the day and orders taken.

Homing Pigeon at Cley-next-the-Sea

Norfolk
Window Exhibition of WW1 Homing Pigeon by special invitation. Crabpot Books, High Street, Cley-next-the-Sea, Norfolk. NR25 7RN. Antiquarian and specialist interest in bird books.
22nd October - 18th November (including Remembrance Sunday 13th).

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Churchill at Turnbull & Asser

Turnbull & Asser were favoured by Churchill, pattern cutting and crafting his shirts and spot silk bow ties. Later referring to Churchill simply as size 46 and designing his famous ‘siren suit’.          READ MORE

Turnbull & Asser, 71-72 Jermyn Street, London. SW1Y 6PF (displayed in store next to Churchill's famous green siren suit) until November 30th 2016. 

Turnbull & Asser, 71-72 Jermyn Street, London. SW1Y 6PF (displayed in store next to Churchill's famous green siren suit) until November 30th 2016

Winston Churchill on Savile Row

For the month of October 2016 Churchill's portrait will sit proudly in the window at Henry Poole, No. 15 Savile Row, London. READ MORE

Red Cow selected for Old Station Gallery Open Derbyshire

Please join us for the Private View on Saturday 24th September 3-5pm.
The Old Station Gallery, Peak Shopping Village, Chatsworth Rd, Rowsley, Derbyshire, DE3 2JE.
Exhibition runs from 24th Sept - 26th Oct 2016 Open SAT/SUN/WEDS 11am-4pm
 

Red Cow with used clothing labels 60 x 60 cm. (Forms part of the collection 20,000 used labels) It took five years to gather sufficient red labels to produce this canvas.

Red Cow with used clothing labels 60 x 60 cm. (Forms part of the collection 20,000 used labels)
It took five years to gather sufficient red labels to produce this canvas.