Ethel Davies's 3Ds Will be on Show at Euroart's OpenStudio in London
Come see Ethel Davies's 3D immersive stereoscopic prints and wall-size projections @ Euroart Open Studios(London, UK), Unit 4, Studio 54 on June 5-7, 2015.
Units 4, 5 and 6
Tottenham, London N15 4QQ, UK
FRIDAY 5 JUNE 2015 6pm – 10pm
SATURDAY 6 JUNE 2015 2pm – 6pm
SUNDAY 7 JUNE 2015 2pm – 6pm
Free Entry / Interactive Music / Donation Bar / Complimentary Tea/Coffee on Saturday & Sunday /Free Car Park
Affordable artworks are installed on a wall, each with an accompanying ‘Bid Sheet’ containing details of the work and the creating artist. On the sheet is the start price of the auction and spaces for visitors to record higher bids & their contact mobile phone number. At the end of each 2-hour period, Euroart’s auction coordinator will contact the highest bidder to return to the auction wall, to collect and pay for their purchase. The Silent Auction is not supervised so visitors are free to view the artworks and place bids at their leisure.
A chance to win a £250 Voucher Prize which can be used to buy work(s) from the ‘Silent Auction Wall’, in artists’ studios or to commission new work. The prize voucher does not have a cash value. The raffle will be drawn at the bar (on the main landing) at 5pm Sunday June 7, 2015..
Euroart is North London’s largest artist-led studios group providing attractive studios at affordable rates. The complex of 70 studios boasts an eclectic mix of talented artists and fosters: networking and collaboration, exhibition and critique opportunities and information and advice. With major regeneration already underway, Tottenham is fast becoming increasingly attractive – not least to artists moving in from surrounding areas like Shoreditch and Dalston. University of the Arts has also recognised the area’s swift links to Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion with a Halls of Residence in the area. Meanwhile, a range of shops, restaurants and other amenities can also be found nearby.
About Ethel Davies
Ethel Davies is a 3D stereoscopic photographer managing the 3DPhotoLibrary in London, UK. To explore her work and for more information, visit www.3dphotolibrary.com. Red/cyan glasses recommended!