Stuart was recently commissioned by HRH The Prince of Wales to paint D-Day veteran Jack Griffiths. The painting joins a collection of 12 by a variety of artists including Jonathan Yeo, James Lloyd and Ishbel Myerscough, all paying tribute to the extraordinary men who played a role in the Normandy invasion on the 6th June 1944.
They can be seen at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace until the 17th June 2015.
Jack Griffiths by Stuart Pearson Wright
Don’t miss the Turner Contemporary ‘Self’ exhibition in Margate until the 10th May 2015. A great chance to see work by Sir Anthony van Dyck, John Constable, Lucian Freud, Andy Warhol and Stuart Pearson Wright amongst others.
Stuart Pearson Wright will be exhibiting alongside Amanda Doran, Kathleen Thompson and Boudicca Collins in the group exhibition ‘Tales of the Unexpected.’
The show will be held at Transition Gallery from 2nd November -24th November 2013.
Transition Gallery, Unit 25a Regent Studios, 8 Andrews Road, London E8 4QN www.transitiongallery.co.uk
Stuart Pearson Wright will be exhibiting a body of paintings, drawings and sculpture in his upcoming solo exhibition ‘Love: & Death.’ The show will run at Riflemaker from Monday 7th October – Saturday 16th November 2013. http://www.riflemaker.org/s-stuart-pearson-wright
Stuart is exhibiting New Paintings at Art 13, at Olympia, London from 1st March – 3rd March 2013 http://artfairslondon.com/
Stuart made his musical performance debut recently at Jestival, a small music festival in Jevington, Sussex. Stuart’s band: Plankton was assembled hastily on the day of the festival and featured ‘Big’ Phil Nelson, (formerly of Kafka Hag), Stuart’s cousin Jim Wright, Horatia Carr on drums and featured a guest appearance from The Tiger’s Bride on Clarinet and accordion. Rehearsals only lasted an hour and a half and there wasn’t time for a soundcheck but the somewhat improvised performance was hailed by Stephen Carr, of Farmer’s Weekly, as “Rather good actually”.
Listen to Polly
Listen to Clapham Junction (With Intro)
Stuart Pearson Wright is participating in ‘Marcel Duchamp in South-East Asia’, curated by Tony Godfrey, in Singapore in September 2012.
Equator Art Projects is pleased to present ‘Marcel Duchamp in South-East Asia’, an exhibition in the gallery’s new space at Gillman Barracks, featuring 43 artists from Indonesia, Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Iran, and England.
If you would like to attend the opening reception on Friday 14 September, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please click here
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