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We are stardust (Exhibition)

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We are stardust (Exhibition)

On a cold night in 2009 the Goonhilly Satellite earth station was transformed through projection of watercolour, astro-images and shadows. The exhibition was called "We are Stardust" and was devised and created by Tony as the UK's submission towards the 2009 UNESCO International Year of Astronomy. A fantastic event which also included ancient designed wicker and canvas boats known as Coracles filled with dark water and projected live star views from telescopes. Over 30,000 people attended the events during the course of the 4 day exhibition.

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Seeking Enlightenment

Exhibition

Seeking Enlightenment

Seeking Enlightenment is a celebration of happiness. A series of Guaché and Watercolour paintings and sketches which highlight ways in which we use spirituality to bring happiness to others. The exhibition was held between 2013 and 2017 in locations across the UK and also in India. Below is the collection of watercolours that make up this exhibition. Prayer flags at Everest, Watercolour   Yak Butter Tea early morning at Ghoom   Prayer Wheels at Rongbuk Monastery, watercolour  Archbishop Desmond Tutu, a personification of Happiness and Compassion    Fallen and flying wind horse flags at Rogbuck monastery. Chai Lama Tai-Yun Sharing Congee...

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The art of peaceful protests

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The art of peaceful protests

2018 - Ongoing A series of workshops in person and online to look at the art of Placards and Peaceful protesting. It's aim is to allow Young People and Adults to establish a sense of empowerment to change the world and discuss complex issues peacefully through visual arts as the initiator of dialogue. These sessions have been run for organisations and galleries across the UK, including LV21 Lightship Arts Centre, The Scouts and also with various Schools and Youth Groups across the UK. In some cases they have become activism projects which have made a positive difference in their own communities....

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