Lot 195 - Sean Worrall - Eastbourne Skyline No. 1
Acrylic on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for St Wilfrid's Hospice Eastbourne
Sean Worrall is an artist, mostly a painter, a resident of East London, something hopefully reflected in the current body of work, Sean also co-runs and curates at Cultivate gallery, formally of Vyner St, now nomadic and popping up all over the city. Sean also runs the long-standing Organ magazine (a respected print magazine for many years, now a very busy website), along the way Organ evolved in a series of TV shows an off-shoot record label that ran rather successfully for 15 or so years as well a radio show on London Arts radio station Resonance FM. These days Sean is mostly a painter living and working in East London, a painter who exhibits extensively both in galleries and on the street. Sean has exhibited both as a solo artist and in group shows both nationally and internationally and has work in collections all over the world.
JANUARY 2022 – #43Leaves for January – on the streets of East London
JULY 2021 – A third and final #43Leaves for Deptford X – 43 Paintings on found recycled material left on the streets of Deptford, South London, during the art festival
DEC 2020 – X Marks The Spot – Shipton Street Gallery, Columbia Road, London E2
AUG 2020 – A #43Leaves piece for August, on the streets of East London
NOV 2019 – Harvey and Worrall – Chips, Starz, What Would Joan Jett do? Shipton St Gallery, London E2
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
Sean, a long-time AOAP contributor, made a special trip to Eastbourne to paint his signature skylines for his postcards.
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