Lot 6 - R and F Mo - Happy Cowboy
Lot 6 - R and F Mo - Happy Cowboy
Lot 6 - R and F Mo - Happy Cowboy

Lot 6 - R and F Mo - Happy Cowboy

Watercolour and Ink on Paper

2022

A6 (10x15cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

 
R&F Mo (born Cumberland 1956) explores narratives that connect the seen the sensed and the dreamed, woandering through ideas and places, focusing on ambiguity and place where relations between human and creature kind are performed. Mo (is a member of performance drawing collective: Foá, Grisewood, Hosea, McCall), co-authored Performance Drawing (Bloomsbury 2020). Mo lives and works in South London and teaches drawing at UAL (CSM and LCC). @r.andf.mo 

 

Education 

 

Graduated City and Guilds 1980, RCA 1984.CSM 2004, completed practice based PhD UAL Camb 2011, Turps Correspondence Course 2020, Turps OffSite Course (20-21). 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

November Song (Performance online residency and exhibition) at C4RD London (2008). Drawing the Resolution (Performance & temporary site-specific installation) Margate Rocks, Margate 2007. Works exhibited in A History of Drawing Camberwell Space (2018), TBW Drawing prize 2020, RA Summer show 2021. 

 

Gallery Representation 

 

Oliver Projects @oliverprojectslondon 

 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork   

 

The four postcards are small studies that return to subjects often visited in R&F Mo's works- old folk and fairy tales - such as Robinson Crusoe, cowboys (some lonely other's not), bears that dance with people (not for people), and the comfort of a small safe house - perhaps even a rescue hut out in the wilds that can provide food and shelter for lost woanderers ( spelt with both an 'a' and and'o' to indicate that the wondering of the mind is tied to the wandering of the body). 

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