So for a week in early February I had an entire gallery space to myself for the first time. York Street Gallery in Ramsgate is a gem of a place, run with great gusto by the brilliant Mike Samson (a rather fine artist in his own right). I had 30 of my linocut pieces in the show, along with the dinghy sail featuring a blown up version of "Rescue 3" - one of my linocuts depicting a coal mine rescue worker - hanging from the gallery's lighting rig. The show looked great, if I say so myself, with some sales and lots of new friends and contacts made. I'm suffering the inevitable post-show blues but looking forward to my next show, a group exhibition at the Horsebridge Centre in Whitstable from 3rd - 10th June. I'm also keeping busy with the next album cover for the brilliant Funke and the Two Tone Baby and planning a new series of prints based on more exhibits from London's Natural History Musuem. Have a look at the York Street Gallery site for details of upcoming shows and follow them on Facebook.