EXHIBITION EXPERIENCED THROUGH THE WINDOW OF THE GALLERY IN OLD PORTSMOUTH
The Gallery window of Jack House Gallery during lockdown has become that of a rather marvellous emporium of delights and is literally filled to the ceiling with items, objects, and images that have been recycled, up-cycled & re-purposed by Jonny Hannah including an old radio that has become a tribute to a recently departed hero the poet Ferlinghetti. Jonny Hannah uses the everyday ordinary as his canvas and makes everything indelibly his own.
Throughout the period of his Art Through Glass show, Jonny will be telling you about his influences, passions, and inspirations posting on the Jack House Gallery Instagram account and Facebook pages so get online.
…literally filled to the ceiling with items, objects and images that have been recycled, up-cycled & re-purposed…
…an obsessive fan of both popular & unpopular culture…
Jonny Hannah is an illustrator, busker, filmmaker, painter, teacher, printmaker who resists defining himself by any of those titles. Jonny Hannah grew up in Dunfermline & studied illustration at Liverpool Art School & then the Royal College of Art. He has been a freelance illustrator ever since, happily residing in Southampton, & is represented by the Heart Agency in London & New York. As an obsessive fan of both popular & unpopular culture, & has been fortunate enough to be commissioned to draw, paint, & collage his heroes.
If you are going to take a walk come by the Jack House Gallery window be sure to download a guide to the many pieces of Darktown Debris on display which will be available in the Gallery online shop. To download the WINDOW GUIDE click HERE!
To read more about Jonny Hannah & maybe watch a little movie click here.
This show has now been extended to Saturday 3rd of April, check the Jack House Gallery website for information on this exhibition and what is coming up in the future: