The Nunnery Café’s first exhibition of the year is a collection of works by London-based muralist, artist, and educator Will Redgrove. With a distinctly bold and colourful practice, Will’s work revolves around community and art in the public realm, often incorporating elements of nature, symbols, satire, fairy tales, myths, and popular culture.
He cites classical tattooing, 60s comic books, and mass culture, such as pulp magazines and vintage advertising, as central influences in the development of his distinctive storytelling style.
Will’s latest series of illustrations exhibited in this show are a personal set of observations, inspired by vintage matchboxes. Political at times and at others more provocative, through them we see the importance of acknowledging the past to visualise and imagine new, more hopeful futures.
This is the sixth exhibition in our series of shows in the Nunnery Café, which showcase affordable works of art from Bow Arts artists. All works are for sale and those priced between £100 – £2500 are available to purchase using Own Art. This is a national scheme that allows buyers to spread the cost of purchasing an artwork over 10 monthly instalments, with the benefit of an interest-free loan.
The exhibition runs until the 31st March and is free to view.
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