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  for you broccoli  2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg).   Sutton Gallery. 7 September - 5 October 2019   The 18th-century painter Thomas Gainsborough used broccoli in his landscape models. Tony Clark was the Broccoli Maestro. Slave Piano’s wrote a play. King Knightshade returned, the asparagus will soon have its day. Je suis broccoli.   for you broccoli  is an exhibition accompanied by a play made in conversation with Amanda Marburg and Colleen Ahern.  Photos: Andrew Curtis

for you broccoli 2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg).

Sutton Gallery. 7 September - 5 October 2019

The 18th-century painter Thomas Gainsborough used broccoli in his landscape models. Tony Clark was the Broccoli Maestro. Slave Piano’s wrote a play. King Knightshade returned, the asparagus will soon have its day. Je suis broccoli.

for you broccoli is an exhibition accompanied by a play made in conversation with Amanda Marburg and Colleen Ahern.

Photos: Andrew Curtis

  Character Painting (King Knightshade)  2019, oil on linen

Character Painting (King Knightshade) 2019, oil on linen

  for you broccoli  2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

for you broccoli 2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

  Character Painting (Oliver de Serres) , 2019 oil on linen

Character Painting (Oliver de Serres), 2019 oil on linen

  Character Painting (Joshua Reynolds) , 2019 oil on linen

Character Painting (Joshua Reynolds), 2019 oil on linen

  for you broccoli  2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

for you broccoli 2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

  Le Broccolini feat. King Knightshade, Blue Singlets et la Famille du Chou,  2019 green buckham solander box by Phil Ridgway, ceramic mushroom, postcard of Mrs Siddons as the “THE TRAGIC MUSE” by Sir Joshua Reynolds, one blue chesty bonds, one yellow vest, 16pp script for the  Le Broccolini,  one bronze broccoli, walnut.

Le Broccolini feat. King Knightshade, Blue Singlets et la Famille du Chou, 2019 green buckham solander box by Phil Ridgway, ceramic mushroom, postcard of Mrs Siddons as the “THE TRAGIC MUSE” by Sir Joshua Reynolds, one blue chesty bonds, one yellow vest, 16pp script for the Le Broccolini, one bronze broccoli, walnut.

   Character Painting (Title Page),  2019 oil on linen

Character Painting (Title Page), 2019 oil on linen

   Character Painting (Chorus - The Broccolini Slave Piano's),  2019 oil on linen

Character Painting (Chorus - The Broccolini Slave Piano's), 2019 oil on linen

  for you broccoli  2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

for you broccoli 2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

Lisa Radford, Character Painting (The Pink Trojan Horse), 2019.jpg
  for you broccoli  2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

for you broccoli 2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

Lisa Radford, Character Painting (Gainsborough), 2019.jpg

for you broccoli 2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg).

Sutton Gallery. 7 September - 5 October 2019

The 18th-century painter Thomas Gainsborough used broccoli in his landscape models. Tony Clark was the Broccoli Maestro. Slave Piano’s wrote a play. King Knightshade returned, the asparagus will soon have its day. Je suis broccoli.

for you broccoli is an exhibition accompanied by a play made in conversation with Amanda Marburg and Colleen Ahern.

Photos: Andrew Curtis

Character Painting (King Knightshade) 2019, oil on linen

for you broccoli 2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

Character Painting (Oliver de Serres), 2019 oil on linen

Character Painting (Joshua Reynolds), 2019 oil on linen

for you broccoli 2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

Le Broccolini feat. King Knightshade, Blue Singlets et la Famille du Chou, 2019 green buckham solander box by Phil Ridgway, ceramic mushroom, postcard of Mrs Siddons as the “THE TRAGIC MUSE” by Sir Joshua Reynolds, one blue chesty bonds, one yellow vest, 16pp script for the Le Broccolini, one bronze broccoli, walnut.

Character Painting (Title Page), 2019 oil on linen

Character Painting (Chorus - The Broccolini Slave Piano's), 2019 oil on linen

for you broccoli 2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

for you broccoli 2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)

  for you broccoli  2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg).   Sutton Gallery. 7 September - 5 October 2019   The 18th-century painter Thomas Gainsborough used broccoli in his landscape models. Tony Clark was the Broccoli Maestro. Slave Piano’s wrote a play. King Knightshade returned, the asparagus will soon have its day. Je suis broccoli.   for you broccoli  is an exhibition accompanied by a play made in conversation with Amanda Marburg and Colleen Ahern.  Photos: Andrew Curtis
  Character Painting (King Knightshade)  2019, oil on linen
  for you broccoli  2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)
  Character Painting (Oliver de Serres) , 2019 oil on linen
  Character Painting (Joshua Reynolds) , 2019 oil on linen
  for you broccoli  2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)
  Le Broccolini feat. King Knightshade, Blue Singlets et la Famille du Chou,  2019 green buckham solander box by Phil Ridgway, ceramic mushroom, postcard of Mrs Siddons as the “THE TRAGIC MUSE” by Sir Joshua Reynolds, one blue chesty bonds, one yellow vest, 16pp script for the  Le Broccolini,  one bronze broccoli, walnut.
   Character Painting (Title Page),  2019 oil on linen
   Character Painting (Chorus - The Broccolini Slave Piano's),  2019 oil on linen
  for you broccoli  2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)
Lisa Radford, Character Painting (The Pink Trojan Horse), 2019.jpg
  for you broccoli  2019 (with Colleen Ahern & Amanda Marburg)
Lisa Radford, Character Painting (Gainsborough), 2019.jpg