Thursday, November 26, 2009
This very special hardback 82 page book has been published to accompany my current show at The Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The book contains an introduction by Clare Dwyer Hogg followed by an interview with me and lots of beautiful images of my work photographed by Jonty Wilde.
These photos include the 11 window decals I designed for the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, each panel measures 4.5 metres high by 1.9 metres wide.
It also contains images of my studio, shop and some of my work. Only available at Ryantown, my Etsy Shop and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. £20.00
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Tuesday, November 17, 2009
I have been working with the incredibly awesome Rug Company, they have made a wall tapestry from one of my papercuts. It's hand woven from wool, measures 1x1m and costs £895
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Monday, November 16, 2009
This weekend everything in Ryantown will return to glorious colour and to celebrate we'll be selling these beautiful lasercut cards which I designed especially for Maggie's centres. They cost £2.50 individually or are available in packs of 5 for £10. All proceeds go to Maggie's and more information can be found Here
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Thursday, November 12, 2009
I produced an exclusive, fundraising print for YSP which is £250 framed and £200 unframed. Only available at the Sculpture Park.
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Thanks to Sir Paul Smith for opening the show and Peter Murray OBE, founding director of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
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Photograph Jonty Wilde
The private view for the show yesterday was a great success! Thanks to everyone involved!
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Rob Ryan at YSP!
From 11 November 2009 - 21 February 2010 I have an exhibition at the visitors centre of the lovely Yorkshire Sculpture Park. The park itself is beautiful and perfect setting with glorious views!
Here are some of the photographs of the show taken by the brilliant Jonty Wilde
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