Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Judith Kerr and Shirley Hughes on why they won't retire, BBC Interview at Gallery

Shirley Hughes and Judith Kerr

Photograph taken by Siyu Chen at Illustrationcupboard Gallery

Judith Kerr and Shirley Hughes were recently interviewed by the BBC at the gallery on 'why they won't retire'. The short film can found on the BBC's website:

Judith was also filmed by the BBC last year in Imagine's Hitler, The Tiger and MeWith Alan Yentob, she revisits Berlin and takes tea in the London kitchen to which that tiger came. It can be found on BBC's IPlayer.

We were delighted to be able to celebrate both Judith's 90th birthday and Shirley's Alfie exhibition in 2013 at Illustrationcupboard Gallery. A limited silk screen edition, of The Tiger Who Came to Tea, was created with Judith to celebrate her birthday. 

The Tiger Who Came to Tea

480 x 320mm
Limited silk screen edition, unique to the gallery and not available anywhere else in the world.
Edition of 75 only. Signed and numbered by Judith Kerr.
The edition can be mounted, framed and glazed for £595. Please contact the gallery directly for this on +44(0)207 976 1727.

Original artwork by Shirley Hughes can be viewed at the gallery at anytime and also on Shirley's artist's page online:

Alfie Outdoors
Pencil, crayon, watercolour, caran d'Ache

No comments: