Heckel’s Horse Jr. Flyer

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Heckel's Horse Jr. leaflet front

Heckel's Horse Jr. leaflet back

The above flyer should be printed and delivered in a week or so. 1000 for me to hand deliver round the locals: Muswell Hill, East Finchley, Highgate. I’ve started meeting an old friend in Kenwood House on Tuesdays, so will be covering Hampstead Heath and Belsize Park.

All assuming my RGB colours survive the CMYK conversion. I use free software for image editing, so live exclusively in RGB land. How hard can it be to put a CMYK filter into GIMP? They have Recursive Transform but no CMYK.

Post the flyers nearly a year in advance of the show, hoping to sell a painting early enough to fund a catalogue. Here’s a post that has all the Heckel’s Horse Jr. paintings so far.

March 2024:
My next exhibition:
Exhibition Title: Heckel’s Horse Jr.
Venue: Highgate Gallery at Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution
11 South Grove
London N6 6BS
Private View:
8th March 2024, 6 – 8.30pm

Exhibition runs until
21st March 2024

Heckel’s Horse Jr. is not to be confused with Heckel’s Horse.

Heckel’s Horse Jr. is an alias used by Edgeworth Johnstone. Under this alias, Johnstone paints works based on Heckel’s Horse paintings in his home studio in Muswell Hill, London.

Heckel’s Horse is a painting collaboration between Billy Childish and Edgeworth Johnstone. Since 2013, Childish and Johnstone have made roughly 200 paintings together, at Childish’s studio in Chatham Dockyard.





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