Drawing Club is a collective from Kingston. Each week the members of the collective meet up and create a mural in one of their houses based around a chosen theme. Everything they create is done using a tear and share method where one person cuts a shape and another draws on it so you never know quite what to expect.
They believe that this method is in line with the Drawing Club ethos of not worrying just doing, harnessing the power of friendship to create new and exciting results and eradicating the feeling of ‘what do I draw?’.
At the Stone Space they will be creating an installation based around the late local Alfred Hitchcock and his films, but with the spirit of Drawing Club.
The members of the collective are Dale Crosby Close, Edwood Burn, Gus Scott, Jack Smith, Matthew Robinson, Michael Parkin, Sam Stobart and Akvile Terminaite.
Their show is running from 26 to 29 June 2014.
The private view is on Thursday 26 from 6.30 to 8.30pm.