At the beginning of 2016 I officially started chasing my dream of being an artist. I am now able to proudly announce my first solo exhibition to end my first year as Messy Miscreation. The National Autistic Society has given me the opportunity to exhibit my artwork in the 50E Gallery in Leicester between the 12th and the 16th of December. I will showing a range of work created over this past year on the themes of mental health and my relationship with ASD. This will be a chance to get my work out there for everybody to see while supporting an amazing charity that helps people on the autistic spectrum across the UK.
The Exhibition will be hosted at the 50E Gallery in Leicester (map below) between the 12th and the 16th of December and will have a diverse range of work which includes prints and original drawings that are currently on the online store.
The address is: 50E Blaby Road,South Wigston, Leicester, LE18 4SD
Link to NAS page about the space: http://www.autism.org.uk/directory/resources/20161.aspx
I was first diagnosed this year and a lot of the work I am bringing with me to this exhibition is about my diagnosis and how my world has changed now I have started to learn more about myself. I have come a long way as a person and an artist over the past twelve months and this exhibition is the perfect way to celebrate and reflect on my achievements. I haven’t done this by myself and I want to thank once again everybody who has helped me along the way to get to where I am today. I hope to see you there.