Sean Worrall is an artist, a painter, a paint addict, a maximalist, and a (slightly reluctant yet rather busy) 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 Pop edition of the Art Car Boot Fair Sean is offering smaller original paintings, including a series of new paintings (and prints) that are the result of a revisit to older pop art flavours.. Also more of the ongoing series of Electric paintings, a series orginally started especially for the Electric Art Car Boot Fair, interpretations of electric album covers painted during just one very loud rlectric listen of the album concerned, a series that carried on after last Summer's fair,
Sean paints every single day, besides Cultivate, 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, North Wales and has now lived and worked in Hackney, East London for quite a number of years, his art probably reflects that East london base, one day he shall return to Anglesey and jsut painting the line where the sea meets the sky - mostly Sean is a painter.
Recently Sean completed a series of one thousand daily concluded paintings, a series called "Ten", one painting brought to a conclusion every day for one thousand days. One thousand paintings always on a 10cm square canvas and always offered at a price of £10. The series recently came to an end and a selection of the "Ten" paintings concluded this year are offered here at the Art Car Boot Fair
The Cheap Art Manifesto is not my work, it is the work of the Bread And Butter Theatre, a group of touring actors, performers and visual artists from North America, their stement is something I always hang on my stall at physical Art Car Boot Fair Events and it is something I very much endorse.