Jealous ‘Pop Up’ print studio at Heal’s

Heal’s are once again hosting the fantastic works by Jealous Gallery & Print Studio.  For one week only, until 5th February 2012, Jealous will take up residence in the prestigious Tottenham Court Road flagship store and turn their display windows into live studio spaces.  Here, original works will be created by talented artists such as; Amanda Marie, Jayoon Choi, Damien Weighill, Sara Pope and emerging artists such as Diana Taylor, Andrew Curtis, An Gee Chan, Ian Gronzarow, Sarah Fotheringham, Cornelia Balte, Ceal Warnants and Simone Lia and showcasing the Jealous Needs You initiative, Jealous at Heal’s will offer a fresh approach to accessible and contemporary art. This highly interactive and creative project will allow customers to work together with on-site artists, illustrators and designers as well as taking part in personalising and printing their own editions.  A show not to be missed…

Based in North London, Jealous Gallery and Print Studio are dealers and publishers of limited edition prints, with a changing program of exhibitions featuring work by emerging and established artists from varied schools, movements and styles. Producing prints for artists including Charming Baker, Peter Blake and Ben Eine and exhibiting at Multiplied at Christies South Kensington and having worked recently with The Royal Academy of Arts, Jealous are an exciting collaboration at Heal’s for 2012.

Jealous at Heal’s will see the window space split into three distinct areas, each with its own focus on live studio practice and printmaking equipment. Each area will host 3-4 different artists printing editions live on site, building up the walls and windows and keeping the showcase space active and exciting throughout the week long event.

Prices for small prints start from just £35 and range up to £600 and 10% off sales will be donated to the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.

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