Exhibition: Andy Smith at Soma
Illustrator Andy Smith's solo show, Sunny Side Up, is currently running at Bristol's Soma gallery until August 20. The show features a host of screenprints, invariably featuring hand-lettered messages, plus some painted and screenprinted wooden panel artworks too. Here are a few snaps of the show which opened on Saturday:
Almost all the 50 x 70 cm screenprints are available to buy in signed and numbered editions of 30, with prices starting from £50.
They Went That Way hanging screenprinted wood panels, £100 each
Love this, Smith's hand lettered rendering of the words uttered by Captain Scott on arrival at the South Pole in 1912
Push To Quit, screenprinted wood panel, £60
Blue Moose - screenprinted wood panel - £125
Let The Stars Be Your Guide, edition of 30 signed and numbered 50 x 70 cm screenprints.
Sunny Side Up runs until August 8 at Soma Gallery, 4 Boyces Avenue, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 4AA.
To view the work for sale online, visit somagallery.co.uk/somashop
To see more of Andy Smith's work, visit asmithillustration.com
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These are brilliant, particularly liking the 'Where have they come from' print. Trip to Bristol this weekend....
Hang on a minute. Heh. Love Andy Smith.
I love the way they are presented in the first photo. The strong primary colors really bring the all-white studio apartment to life!
Almost reminds me of the cat in the hat... these are so happy and colourful.
You can see more of his work on a website we just launched.
All kinds of splendid and lovely
more brilliantly creative work from a master
We've extended this exhibition until the end of August due to popular demand!
Now his work is also at The Old Sweet Shop gallery in west London
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