130 g/m2 acid free cartridge paper, water-based pigment ink, solvent-based pigment, neon pink paper, graphite. January, 2021.
I’m working on some large scale architectural drawings using pen and ink. I lightly drew the shape out, painted on layers of red ink to show shadow and now I’m working into the piece with pen.
130 g/m2 acid free cartridge paper, water-based pigment ink, neon yellow paper. August, 2020.
Mixed media (ply, treated pine, gas mask) installation, September 27, 2013
Acrylic glazing sheet, white spray paint, fibreglass rope. December, 2012.
Mirrored acrylic. September, 2012.
Exhibition details: wonder[ment]
I am VERY very excited to be part of this:
The Blank Media Collective “Projector Series I, II & III”
In their own words – “Blank Media Collective champions emerging artists, writers, musicians and performers by giving them a unique platform to showcase their work.”
And true to their word, the latest project is one determined to takeover unusual and unique spaces across Manchester. The Projector Series will be spread across three locations, over three months and bring together a host of artists from different genres in a series of exhibitions, performances and installations.
More information and details can be found here at Manchester’s Finest.
From their site –
“Projector III: Installation at The King’s Arms
End of Season event on 6th September from 6pm – FREE
11 Bloom Street
Greg Thomas’s innovative work confronts viewers with an unsettling re-structuring of structures, engaging not only with the architecture, but also with our assumptions about the strength and stability of community. On the 6th September, topping off an amazing summer of Projector series exhibitions and events, people are encouraged to go along and meet the artist and the BMC team and then join Greg in what promises to be a surprising culmination of his intervention into the space at The Kings Arms.”
If you’re interested please spread the word by sharing this poster too:
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I was made aware thanks to my good pal Sarah Smizz.
We’re hatching a plan for city wide domination! Not really, but we are pulling together a great proposal for an exhibition that will *hopefully* be in Manchester. If not, probably Sheffield. We’re very excited!