Tuesday 30 March 2021

Seven Harry Pye Collages made in Lock Down

These collages are all size: A3 and priced at £100 (not including postage and packing)

BELOW: Collage Number 1: "The Yes Men" (SOLD)

BELOW: Collage Number 2: "Everyone Says Hi" (SOLD)

BELOW: Collage Number 3: "Three Cheers For Prince Rahotep" (SOLD)

BELOW: Collage Number 4: "Life Is Good

BELOW: Collage Number 5: "God Is Dead" (Still Available)

BELOW: Collage Number 6: "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day" (Still Available)

BELOW: Collage Number  7: "Planet Metformin" (Still available)

Get in touch: harry_pye@hotmail.com

Sunday 28 March 2021

Le Document TV launches with Bogart documentary

Le Document magazine, which is co edited by Harry Pye and Chris Tosic, began 18 months ago. On the 15th of every month their subscribers are e-mailed new photos, reviews, essays, interviews and photos of cats. Another regular feature in Le Document is the Movie Profiles which are written by Jo Mama. Filmmaker Gordon Beswick has just completed a video version of Jo's tribute to Humphrey Bogart. Jo's text is read by the actor Christopher Strauli (best known for appearing as Norman Binns in the hit sitcom, Only When I Laugh) The film's soundtrack was composed and performed by Francis Macdonald (who is the drummer of Teenage Fanclub and has been nominated for a BAFTA  for his sublime, minimalist  classical compositions.)

The film features Bogart inspired artworks by a plethora of the usual suspects... 

Above: Collage by Leonie Woods

Above: Painting by Harry Pye and Rowland Smith
Above: Painting by James Johnston
Above: Artwork by Chris Tosic

Above: Another Artwork by Chris Tosic

AbovePainting by Harry Pye and Kes Richardson

AboveDrawing by Christian Furr
Above: artwork by Harry Pye and Chris Tosic

 Above: Drawing by: Mikey Georgeson

Above: Artwork by Jo Mama
Above Artwork by Cathy Lomax

Above Artwork by Georgia Hayes

Above: Painting by Harry Pye

See the film by heading over to: here