This piece is currently being exhibited at Tower Bridge Engine Rooms, as part of a Southwark Arts Council's Art at the Bridge #7 exhibition in Tower Bridge, London. I am incredibly proud to tell you the image is being used for their website landing page:
INFORMATION ABOUT THE ARTWORK:
I walked over London Bridge on a daily basis for 4 years on the way to my job in The City. Although my day job was in an office, I had been a closet artist since I was a teenager. I loved walking over the bridge and became fascinated by the view. Every day, it offered me another picture, another mood, another colour, another revelation. As I marched with an army of commuters, I couldn’t believe how the majority walked on without looking, they couldn’t see the endless beauty on either side, it didn’t matter to them. What a shame.
10% of all proceeds of this piece will go to Southwark Arts Council.
Giclée prints are made on Portrait White 285gsm and can be made up to A2 size. Please contact me for a quote.
Mobile device image, printed on Portrait White 285gsm.