For our fifth Creative Pathways talk, we will speak to artists who have worked on large scale street art murals in and around Waltham Forest. Our Young Producers will be in conversation with artists who have contributed to the vibrant street art in Waltham Forest.
Mark McClure: Mark McClure Studio
Mark McClure Studio embraces bespoke surface design alongside public art, sculpture and gallery works, all in Mark McClure’s bold, geometric style. With a background in visual design and working with wood, paint and other materials, Mark collaborates with interior designers, architects and public bodies to bring his bold, geometric works to both private and public spaces.
Laurie Nouchka and Tullis Rennie: Walls On Walls
Walls On Walls is directed by visual artist Laurie Nouchka and sound artist and composer Tullis Rennie, who create site-specific, audio-visual artworks and installations at the heart of urban settings, using local participants to help create the artworks and ensuring that creating community cohesion and inspiration is as important as the resulting installation.
Dale Grimshaw is a British street artist and painter who uses oils, acrylic, spray paint or woodcut prints to make powerful works that are full of strong emotions, aiming to show viewers experiences of the visual world as they truly are.
Hatch (Dave Smith)
Hatch is the moniker of London-based artist and illustrator Dave Smith. Mixing bold linework with detailed patterns and tone, Hatch creates graphic, eye-catching and energetic compositions. His work features a variety of characters and iconography from his imagination and his surroundings. He has also worked with such brands as Adidas, Topman, Deliveroo and Relentless.
The event will be held at Waltham Forest’s new creative space, One Hoe Street, and hosted by the William Morris Gallery’s Young Producers.
Arrive from 6.30pm for an informal networking session (light refreshments provided), talk starts at 7pm sharp followed by a Q&A.
This event is aimed at those interested in visual arts and for those who want to meet likeminded people in sector.
Photo credit: William Morris Mural by ATMA - A Wood street Walls project