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ArtHouse Jersey is delighted to announce the next featured artist in their Pop Up series as Glen Fox. Having had to reschedule the show, which had to be postponed due to covid restrictions, the arts charity are once again inviting you to ‘pop up’ to Greve de Lecq Barracks, on Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 September (between 10am and 7pm on Saturday and 10am to 5pm on Sunday) to enjoy a free exhibition of new work. Glen Fox will be at the studios throughout the weekend to answer any questions visitors may have about his art to gain a better insight into the way he works and what inspires him to create. All the work on display will be available to purchase.



On Saturday 18 September, between 2pm and 6pm, in addition to the art exhibitioN there will be accompanying music courtesy of DJ, Dom Hirani as well as a skateboard ramp erected on the grounds nearby. A keen and talented skateboarder, Glen Fox is well known on the local skate scene. Of skateboarding and art combined he said, “Sometimes it’s purely a case of skating around and feeling so inspired that I need to express myself in that moment. It’s always been purely straight from my thoughts and surroundings. To me, art is always more pure when it reflects you as a person, your characteristics and your experiences in that one moment.”


Fascinated with art from a very young age, Glen began experimenting when he was eight years old. His style has changed and grown over the years, as he transitioned between different materials and colours, sketchbooks, canvases and murals. At 16, Glen settled on ‘freestyle’, or as he puts it “straight from the brain to whatever I had within my reach”, a strategy that has served him well. He puts his artistic development down to his love of travel and embraces the challenge and pressure he places upon himself to produce art to exhibit.

Glen Fox is no stranger to ArtHouse Jersey having contributed to a number of projects that have helped benefit the Island’s community, from the Skipton Schools Murals Project to Skipton Forget Me Knots workshops. As a freestyle artist, his prefered medium is large scale ink drawings, the style that largely makes up what you can see at this exhibition.

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