If you can’t go out, won’t go out or would just prefer to stay warm, fear not because for this week the gallery will come to you. Here’s the best of what’s inside the gallery right now...
The weather may be somewhat on the wintery side at current, but if you have been forced to stay at home or stuck at work the suffering need not go on. A cracking art purchase can cheer anyone up. The pick of what’s hanging up right now is below...
Dan Baldwin – ‘Half Way Between The Gates of Hell and the Garden of Eden’
Possibly the worlds longest ever title for a print, but so worth the effort to say. A really great print from Baldwin that increasingly grows on you the more you look at it. Released to coincide with his recent Los Angeles exhibition this piece is the last one our London gallery has. Been very popular it is a signed edition of 50.
Beejoir – ‘Oil Cans’
Simple and seriously effective. Beejoir returns to the foray with a great print release: the ‘Oil Cans’. Originally a series of 10 prints, currently in our London gallery we have just three remaining. All beautifully framed in a contemporary aluminium box frames. These are very well executed editions in great colours.
Static – ‘Luxury Vandals’
This print series has proven so very popular. We have one remaining print with the white background and pink lettering. A small signed edition of only 40, this print hanging on your wall will cheer you up no end. Static are definitely the artists to keep an eye at the moment.
At current we have a few editions by the anonymous art star that is Banksy. If you don’t own one and love his work, we couldn’t recommend anything more highly. A beautiful thing to have at home and all Banksy’s come with a guarantee to make you feel very proud upon every viewing!
These pieces are just a snippet of what we have available right now in the gallery. A further selection of unframed and framed works include: Blek le Rat, C215, Damien Hirst, Pure Evil, RYCA, Peter Blake, Kozyndan, Modern Toss, Antony Micallef, Hush, Nick Walker…the list goes on!
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