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Oil on canvas

100 cm by 100 cm

Three children surrounded by a swarm of drones represent current western points of crisis; the Environment, the Virus and Mental Health. The painting depicts a climate of mounting fear and misinformation, of quarantine and isolation, privacy violation and false truths normalised for the next generation.


CWSTUBBS is self-taught artist living and working in East London. Originally a large-scale video artist, her images were routinely projected on a massive scale at underground raves and on the international club scene.


CW has supported her art by making documentaries and working with young people excluded from school. Her imitable work has led to exposure in galleries and in group shows including the inaugural Nasty Women show, as well as awareness campaigns and many albums covers.


From MRI brain scans, apocalyptic children and botanical skulls, Charlotte brings beauty and vibrancy to subjects that are often disturbing or uncomfortable. Her love of colour, interest in social justice and current affairs, and the human condition informs much of her subject matter as do her terrifying dreamscapes. Her celebratory use of colour, vividly captures flash points of protest, death, politics and mental health.  Charlotte is a member of UK COLAB.


UK COLAB 20/20 OFFICIAL LAUNCH SHOW

WWW.CHOPPERCHUNKY.COM

10 SEP - 10TH OCT


Launching this Thursday 10th September - my second oil painting this century, created especially for this exhibition is available to view and purchase along with a limited run of only 20 prints via the ukcolab website or the chopperchunk gallery site.


Contact adrian@ukcolab.com

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UK COLAB 20/20 OFFICIAL LAUNCH SHOW

WWW.CHOPPERCHUNKY.COM

10 SEP - 10TH OCT

(launches 6:30pm)

I am delighted to be a part of this amazing varied and strong collective. Please like and share this post signalling the launch of the show this coming Thursday the 10th.

We are proud to announce our Official 20/20 launch show will be held on Marc Craig's new virtual gallery experience the "Chopper Chunky Gallery" recently featured in Forbes magazine.

In the show there will be over 20 original pieces by some of the best artists out there and there will also be some prints available of some of the pieces in very LTD runs of only 20 prints in a run.

https://chopperchunky.com/

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Welcome to the Art of Caring 2020 exhibition. This is our 6th year of inclusive international art that celebrates Nurses, Midwives, Carers, and the NHS. Due to the lockdown situation here in the UK we will be showing a selection of artwork online this May (instead of in St George’s Hospital, Tooting).. Every day in May we will publish the work of 4 artists here on the Art of Caring blog. We hope you enjoy the exhibition. Alban, Dean and Bryan (at CollectConnect)


We are delighted to participate in the Art of Caring 2020 exhibition, the year which the World Health Organisation designated as the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife and the bicentennial year of Florence Nightingale’s birth. Any year would have been timely to celebrate the attributes of our highly skilled, multi faceted professions, which make up the largest proportion of the NHS workforce. But with the world facing a global pandemic, it is apposite that in this, of all years, we pay tribute to the contribution and sacrifice made by our colleagues worldwide and offer them our sincere thanks and gratitude.

The theme for this year’s exhibition, ‘Ingredients for a healthy life’ takes on new meaning and poignancy in such unprecedented times. Many images in our exhibition reflect this, appreciating the gifts of comfort and kindness which bind us together. We are indebted to our Artist In Residence, Alban Low in organising our first ever ‘Virtual’ exhibition and hope you enjoy it as much as we have.

http://artofcaring.org.uk/

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