Sean Worrall is an artist, a painter, a paint addict, a maximalist, and a (slightly reluctant) curator. Currently based in East London where he co-runs Cultivate, a now nomadic gallery, previously defiantly housed in a space smack bang in the middle of Vyner Street. Sean regularly exhibits nationally, and internationally both in galleries, alternative spaces and on the streets.
For this edition of the Art Car Boot Fair Sean is offering smaller original paintings, there are also three limited edition printers offered here at the fair first.
Sean paints every single day, he also runs Organ magazine, has presented a radio show on London arts radio station Resonance FM, he previously ran a long-standing alternative record label, put on hundreds of left-field gigs and music events - all very much fuelled by a punk rock DIY ethic. Sean was brought up on the isle of Anglesey and has now lived and worked in East London for quite a number of years - mostly Sean is a painter.
For the last four hundred and seventy days Sean has been painting a series of daily concluded paintings, a series called "Ten", one painting brought to a conclusion every day, always on a 10cm square canvas and always offered at a price of £10. All the "Ten" paintings concluded in October 2021 are offered here at the Art Car Boot Fair first before they are offered anywhere else.
The "Why Cheap Art Manifesto" poster over there is not my work, the poster is something from the Bread and Puppet Theatre that I always like to hang on my Art Car Boot stall.