Cross Examination

Battersea 18th until 21st October

The Affordable Art Fair
Is back once more for the Autumn show and you'll find them set up at Evolution in the middle of Battersea Park until Sunday.

This is a seasonal showcase where you'll find the most inspiring collection of original and contemporary art all under one roof.
I'm a cheap and cheerful kind of person, so I feel quite at home roaming aisles and looking at the works of over 1,000 artists from paintings, limited edition prints and sculptures at affordable prices that suits anyone's wallet or taste.

This event is ideal for people who want to browse, purchase and take away artworks of their choice. If you're a collector or an investor go and check it out. You can thank me later!

If you have some free time this weekend, you can make it a family day out. Just hit the website HERE

It's all there and happening right NOW.


Fela Kuti

Prolific and innovative...

Multi instrumentalist, musician and songwriter was remembered all over the world with various shows and multiple accolades showered on the man every year on October 15, his birth date.
The Fela story has also acquired so much myth and legend that sometimes it's hard to begin to separate the truth from the fiction.
What is certain today is that the cultural icon has been built into an industry of epic proportions. 
Fela Anikulapo-Kuti's live sets at the Afrika Shrine were very colourful to see, the music was exquisite and the atmosphere was always electric.
A popular song at the Shrine was the track below; "Monkey Banana." It's epic Fela, who could be hilariously funny during the yabis sessions at the Shrine. 

When it came to jokes, Fela could dish them out with relish and could also receive them in a good natured manner.

Felabration 2018… Legendary 80th posthumous birthday for Fela by
Celebrating this musical icon, please enjoy th…

London Art Fair

Business Design Centre

Angel, Islington.

The London Art Fair Starts today and will end on Sunday 21st January.

It's always a great event and it gets better every year.

There's been brilliant promotion of the event. I got the emails and saw it on FaceBook and it still caught me on the back foot.

Wishing the London Art Fair a happy 30th Anniversary...

So will I get to the fair? 

It's looking more and more likely it's going to be Friday... It could be Saturday but I'll make it. I missed out last year.

You should come too.

The Burglar

Fela Kuti - Cross Examination

Fela "Music Is A Weapon" as you'll see

Below you'll find a YouTube clip of Fela Kuti and Africa 70 performing a classic Afro-Beat tune titled "Cross Examination." Although the performance took place at the Berlin Jazz Festival in 1978, the sound hasn't dated and still sounds just as fresh and exciting today as it did at that time.

It actually reminds me of the comprehensive show at the Africa Shrine in Lagos during those heady days. The live performances at Shrine were usually songs that Fela hadn't released as recorded music. 

We the fans were treated to music no-one else was aware of unless they came to a live show. This exclusivity brought fans and lovers of the fledgling genre to Shrine in droves.

The song is a political tune, indicting the African Military dictators that seized and monopolised power in a lot of the independent nations on the continent shortly after independence. 

Accusing the soldiers of seizing power by force in military coups and …

London Design Festival 2017

Design Frontiers
Is taking place at Somerset House right now.
The event began on Monday, 18 September and will conclude on Sunday, 24 September.
The first feature here is the main supporter of Design Frontiers. Jaguar

Design Frontiers is a curated and free exhibition that actually illuminates the thinking and working processes of design practitioners, each one renowned for re-defining and leading their respective field.
It's supported by Jaguar and explores the intersection between futurism, commerce, innovation and the demands of the modern marketplace.
More photos will be posted on this site of designs that are creating thought provoking innovations and show how designers are testing the frontiers of their industry.
So watch this space!
Visit the site or contact for more information


Pinise Saul

The Irrepressibly talented

Jazz singer who passed away on 26th October, 2016 will be remembered for a long time.

Click the link to readJohn Fordham and Adam Glasser's Obituary in the Guardianabout Pinise.

On 1st December 2016 a live performance honouring her took place at the 100 Club, by colleagues.

Rather than dwell on the sadness and how much she would be missed, we celebrated her life and her music.

Still, she leaves a vacuum on the circuit and remembered one year later for her joyful and spirited voice, it's a pleasure to listen and learn from one of South Africa's greatest singers.

We miss you Pinise Saul!


Art and Sun!

Colorfield Gallery's
Essentials for the Summer of 2017...

David Ferreira
Code Barre - 3D  100 x 100cm Mixed Media on Plexiglass 2017 (Unique)

Toto et Sa Femme 120 x 120 cm Mixed Media on Plexiglass and Canvas 2017 (Unique)

Peacock Toto 120 x 120 cm Mixed Media on Plexiglass and Canvas 2017 (Unique)

Cactus 150 x 50 cm Mixed Media on Plexiglass 2017 (Unique)

Charlie and Felix 61 x 50 cm Mixed Media on Canvas 2017 (Unique)
Charlie 61 x 50 cm Mixed Media on Canvas 2017 (Unique)

Robert Sgarra
Tintin - Missing Puzzle 150 x 107 cm and 100 x 80 cm