The (reasonably) big painting painted at September’s Camden Inspire festival is now on show (and indeed for sale) at Camden Open Air Gallery. The piece went up in the gallery yesterday and will be on show, alongside something like 15 other paintings that other people painted over the two days of the festival, until November 6th. If you’re interested in the painting then you need to speak to the gallery directly.
You can read some words and see photos of the work from other people here – ORGAN THING: Those paintings from last month’s Camden Inspire festival, now on show at Camden Open Air Gallery, who’ll be Prime Minster by the time the show ends? Who’s in charge today? Is anyone driving? – and yes, it was a rather “interesting” day yesterday in terms of those lying cheating Tories and their games! So yes, the painting is up in the gallery in Camden, it is for sale. The painting is 120cm x 120cm and painted on wooden board (if that’s too big you can always ask me to paint a small one, or one on canvas (or indeed a bigger one) for you…
Camden Open Air Gallery is at 216 Camden High Street, London, NW1 8QR. The Camden Inspire paintings are up until November 6th and then the gallery kicks in with and exhibition called Bittersweet by Leo Sweron and Jeru Kinnaird that opens on November 11th.
There’s more about the festival inself here – ORGAN THING: Two days of street art, music and more, did Camden inspire?