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New oils at Cambridge Contemporary Art

A collection of new oil paintings will be available to purchase from Cambridge Contemporary Art from 27 February 2021.

2020 saw us all curtailing our travels due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This series of paintings pays homage to the places I did manage to visit during this tumultuous year.

JoT Shop - stocking fillers

Magnetic bottle openers
JoT Shop - stocking fillers

Magnetic Bottle Openers

 

My JoT shop is now live.  You will be able to purchase products that make ideal small gifts.  If you live in CB1, CB2, CB3 or CB4 postage is free. Please use the code FREEPOST to activate. My range of magnetic bottle openers make ideal gifts. each purchase comes gift wrapped with a free postcard.

Go to my shop here.

Magnetic Bottle Openers - £5.00 each

JoT shop launch

JoT shop launch

JoT Shop

My JoT Shop is now open. You will find a range of limited edition bottle openers, pocket mirrors, calendars and prints available to purchase directly.

For the time being I will be only shipping to addresses in the UK.

Each purchase will be gift wrapped and will be sent first class and signed for.

There may be teething issues for the first few weeks but i do hope you like what you see. I have enjoyed putting it together! To purchase please follow this link.

Tick Tock

Do join Cathy Faithfull and myself on a zoom talk on 14 October 2020 at 7.30 pm. We will be talking about our collaboration eARTh. To book go here.

Limited edition calendars for 2021

For several years I produced limited edition calendars and I have been asked by customers to do so again for 2021.

The format has slightly changed but they are still a desk top production. For more information please contact me. They will soon be available to purchase at my JoT shop that will be launching soon.

Library Talk for eARTh

On the 14 October 2020 I will be talking about my collaboration with Cathy Faithfull and our collaboration eARTh. To keep up to date with this collaboration please visit our website.

Cambridge Open Windows 2020

Due to Cambridge Open Studios being cancelled many members have been taking part in Cambridge Open Windows.

Each week I have been displaying work outside on my front drive. It has been lovely to interact with people who have come along to appreciate a wee bit of normality.

Last weekend coming up 25/26 July. Come along and say hello.

Print this City

I have spent the last couple of months developing a range of work that I have wanted to do for several years.

I am a city dweller, originally from London but now living in Cambridge UK.

This new range will incorporate my favourite cities.  I have began with Cambridge and New York.

I will be showcasing them for the first time in my windows during every weekend in July 2020. Thereafter you will be able to purchase them online or through Cambridge Contemporary Art.

For more information contact me at jo@jotumer.com

woodcut printmaking

I've been experimenting with woodcut printmaking again this past week. I remember a wood engraving class I attended at Edinbrurgh Printmakers a few years ago with Angie Lewin. Angie said 'protect your blacks'.

Still work in progress.

 

 

Milton Road Library talk

In June 2020 I will be hosting a zoom talk with my fellow  collaborative artist Cathy Faithfull.  This is a brief description of what will be discussing.

"Artists Jo Tunmer and Cathy Faithfull met whilst undertaking their MA at Cambridge School of Art. On completion of their degrees the passion they shared for the changing landscape spurred them on to work collaboratively under the name ‘eARTh’. They use recycled materials to open up new dialogues that are primarily focused on climate change issues. Their current enquiry repurposes clocks and jigsaw pieces that illustrate the need for action and how time is of the essence in this climate emergency.

So much of the resistance to mitigating climate change has come from those who insist that 'society is hard to change'. The global response to this current pandemic has shown that this is actually not true. Huge changes made on how society operates have been acted upon in a matter of weeks. It is apparent that when lives and livelihoods are at stake, individuals are prepared to make sacrifices and changes in order to have a future.  So by applying this new 2020 vision it is possible for us all to accept a ‘New Normal’ where not only caring for one another is paramount, caring for the planet also becomes second nature".

Date will be announced soon.

 

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