May and Beyond

I’ll be at the MCA Zine Fair on Sunday the 20th of May. I’m hoping to have lots of new Zines and prints done by then. Well I’m hoping. Plus I’m very excited as I’m working with a couple of talented writers of some wonderful books and Zines. More on that later, but you can check in Secrets which I’ll be updating very soon.

Thank you to all who visited me at the last markets, and all who have ever been. It makes it all worthwhile. The next one is on the 3rd of June, and because I’ll be having the exhibition I won’t be at the July one. Click Here for more information

I have a bit more free time now and am looking to use the time to work on some projects that need finishing. And more painting to be done for the exhibition at the end of June. It will be held at THE WATCH HOUSE in Darling Street Balmain, Sydney. Opening Night 29th June 6-8pm, and open 10am to 5pm Saturday the 30th June and Sunday 1st July. Mark your calendars. It’s Sydney’s premier “I hate art openings” event.

Keep and eye out here on http://saintbeckett.tumblr.com/ as it’s easy to use so I’ve been posting pictures every few days.

SECRETS.

Nicholas Beckett story tales

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