January 2020

3500 x 1800 x 75cm. Wood, treated cloth, metal and permanent chalk. An unique artwork utilising a found vintage roller blackboard where Bellingham hand-wrote three different visual/concrete poems on each of the three parts of the rolling board using permanent white chalk. The work can be moved such that a different poem can be seen at different times. Unique. Signed on base....

Glasgow: Wax 366, 2010 26 x 21cm, 24pp (self cover). Artist's book (issued as a festive gift at the New Year as is Bellingham's habit), the word day is reproduced as a small photograph 365 times in the book (with evidence that Belling actually did that not just repeat the same image. Limitation not known. Fine....

Glasgow: Wax (Bellingham), 2000 Six separate printed sheets - each 43 x 18.5cm in plastic transparent pouch. The first sheet being the title and the rest each a faux optometry chart made up only by each of the English language vowels in turn. Edition of 250 copies (aside from a deluxe "exhibition" edition of 10 framed copies). Fine....

Glasgow: Wax366, 2020
14 x 16cm, 2pp artist postcard with a text showing white on orange on the front: "IT HAS NO FORM/IT HAS NO WEIGHT/IT HAS NO COLOUR/IT HAS NO SHAPE/IT IS INVISIBLE/IT IS TOMORROW." A new year's gift from the artist. VG+. ...

Glasgow: Wax366, 2020
21 x 15cm, 2pp artist postcard with a text on the front (indented into the card) - MORNING SUMMER AFTERNOON WINTER/SPRING NOON AUTUMN EVENING. The two lists mix up two groups of time emphasising the parallels between the conceptual groupings. A new year card sent to friend and family as a gift. Limitation not known. VG+. ...

Edinburgh: Morning Star Publications, 1999 A set of two, 13 x 25cm stamps. Cinderella postage stamp design by Bellingham - one is a series of lines (measures) and the other a small number of shapes found in the gaps between bare branches in trees which are foregrounded by the artist by painting their shapes. From an edition of only 500 taken from the Imagined Lands small portfolio. Fine estate. PRICE IS FOR BOTH SETS OF STAMPS AS A GROUP...