Home Is Where The Art Is

Happy Gallery's 'Home Is Where The Art Is' for Shelter will be 'popping-up' Downstairs at Mother in London.

For two weeks we'll be showcasing over 20 pieces of original artwork and limited editions by several artist. The work and show will be based on the theme 'Home' and the artists interpretation.

20% off till the end of Jan on Toby Triumph prints!

All you romantics out there! Thinking of an artistic Valentine's present?

We have six 'Home' prints by Toby Triumph left over from the last show.
Risograph Print - 297 x 420 mm - £25. From a print run of 70 we have numbers: 2, 3, 5, 6, 8 and 13.

Happy Gallery's 'Home Is Where The Art Is' for charity Shelter popped up Downstairs at Mother in London from Feb 2nd to Feb 13th.

For two weeks we showcased over 20 pieces of original artwork and limited editions by several artist. The work and show was based on the theme 'Home' and the artists interpretation.

A huge thank you to everyone who took the time and effort to show artwork at The Happy Gallery and making a difference. 

A great success, with a fantastic turnout was reflected in reviews and sales. You can view and buy originals and limited edition prints in the shop

The shows beneficiary Shelter - The Housing and Homeless Charity helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness – and they campaign to prevent it in the first place.

You can buy original framed artwork and limited edition prints at all our exhibitions and any further purchases of the pieces should be made through the artists own websites. We aim to represent charities and artists and find this is the best way. This is a platform for them.

Driven and supported by a larger team, the artists for this show were; Anna Mullin/Sneaky Racoon, Daisy Campbell, Jack Crossing, James Cook, Lucy Mahon, Maia Walczak, Mairi Hughes, Mother Design, Ross Neil and Toby Triumph.

A note by James on why Shelter was the show’s beneficiary:

“We think long and hard about who we'd like to represent and we all wanted to support Shelter. They do such amazing work for such a worthy cause and one we're all exposed to." We're very proud to be supporting them.

We want to thank our generous supporters for making this event possible and for showing their support in making a difference through art and design: Mustard, Electric Theatre Collective, Hub.tv and KO League.com

Many thanks to Nick, Adam and Matthew from www.jealousprints.com for all their help. Customer service and advice doesn't get any better!

Jealous is a Contemporary Screenprint Studio, Gallery and Publisher based in East London’s creative hub of Shoreditch, and Crouch End.

Known for their collaborative approach to producing high quality limited edition prints with many Illustrators, Graduates and Established artists and their editions can be seen at many of the Art Fairs they attend including Art 14, The Original Print Fair at The Royal Academy, The London Art Fair, Moniker and the Affordable Art Fairs.

Thinking deeply about the resources used in producing the show, we make every effort to use materials from ethical and sustainable sources. From the ink and paper used in the prints to the frames, canvases and even our business cards. We’ve used printers that use water-based inks, recycled ink cartridges, paper and wood frames from sustainable forests.