The studio is such an important place for any artist to work, be inspired, take refuge and make art. I am pleased to share these photos taken by young talented photographer Tori Khambhaita from Film’s not Dead capturing me in my new space in Bow, East London, on a special day wearing my bespoke Dege & Skinner wide pin stripe suit working in my space. I have to get a bit sentimental and say a big thank you to my friends Taryn Cianciaruso, Piper Almeida, Daniel Schweitzer and John Hannah who helped me scrub the floors, paint the walls, hang my patterns, help with the move, put the pictures up and just be great friends! Hope my followers have a splendid weekend!
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- RT @BowArts: We're looking for an artist to create a series of artworks as part of the new Bow School development! bit.ly/10R7AKn #… 6 hours ago
- RT @LauraEllenBacon: My website has been updated to include my recent exhibit at 'Collect', Saatchi Gallery lauraellenbacon.com/work/internal_… 6 hours ago
- RT @MargaretStGlry: A nice mention of @MargaretStGlry's Artist in Residence, Hormazd Narielwalla @narielwalla disneyrollergirl.net #Colle… 6 hours ago
- RT @AmyAbbottArt: Food for thought!, Lady Gardens- Hormazd Narielwalla thefabelist.com/2013/03/lady-g… 6 hours ago
- RT @funkyrugs: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy: Hormazd Narielwalla's Collage and Sculpture @Interior_Design - ow.ly/kBPW6 6 hours ago
- An addition to my Pretty Boy series
- Pretty Boys
- Feature in Interior Design - the Fashion Explosion issue, New York
- The Private View at the Modern Pantry
- Love-Nest Private View at Margaret Street Gallery
- I'm so Vain, I thought the show is about me!
- Semprey Magazine features Dead Men's Patterns - Memento Mori Skull Show
- Solo Show hosted by Sheridan & Co featuring the skulls