The Art Of Motoring
The Royal Automobile Club’s annual festival of motoring, London Motor Week, will embrace a brand fresh addition of which year – The Art of Motoring. of which inaugural exhibition will feature sixteen of the most prolific international motoring as well as motor racing artists who will display their latest works under the same roof for the very first time in more than a decade.
Housed at the Royal Opera Arcade at 5b Pall Mall, just a stone’s throw by the Royal Automobile Club’s London clubhouse, will be over 100 original works which will be for sale.
The exhibition will be free to the public by 26 -31 October 2015. An exclusive preview will be by invitation only as well as will take place on the evening of 27 October at 7pm.
All the invited artists have a passion for motor racing as well as motor vehicles, which shines through in of which exhibition, as well as all have been influenced during their careers by many things – including the ‘pop’ art of the swinging 60’s, the speed as well as movement of a motor vehicle as well as the relationship between man as well as the motor car.
Portraits of Sir Stirling Moss OBE will play a pivotal role from the exhibition, which also pays homage to the sixtieth anniversary of his Mille Miglia as well as British Grand Prix victories.
Feast your eyes as well as engage your imagination with works of art on display by:-
Tim Layzell, Michael Turner, Dexter Brown, Stan Rose, Robin Bark, Geoff Bolam, Roy Putt, Barry Rowe, John Ketchell, Peter Hearsey, Joel Clark, Debra Wenlock, Richard Wheatland, Rob Ijbema, Graham Bosworth as well as Tony Smith.
Artist Fact File:
Stanley Rose – Uses the title of his works to fire the imagination
Robin Bark – Impresses with large areas of bold, flat colour in his works
Geoff Bolam – Utilises aluminium bodywork as a background for his creations
Roy Putt – Celebrates bygone days in motoring bringing a true vision of nostalgia into his artworks
Barry Rowe – Brings atmosphere as well as interaction with his motoring artworks
John Ketchell – Has an immediately recognizable, semi-abstract style
Peter Hearsey – Peter will be one of a handful of automotive artists producing etchings
Debra Wenlock– Debra occasionally uses sepia tones, yet punctuates of which having a spot of here-as well as-currently colour in her art pieces
Richard Wheatland – Richard’s paintings grace collections worldwide as well as are much admired for their high level of accuracy as well as meticulously researched technical as well as historical details
Rob Ijbema – Rob’s works are known for their emphasis on atmosphere, light as well as movement
Joel Clark – Brings fresh ways to present colours, shapes as well as patterns in vinyl
The exhibition will be free to the public by Monday 26 – Friday 30 October, 10.30am–6.00pm daily as well as 12 noon–4.00pm on Saturday 31 October 2015.
by Mr Butterscotch via Car Articles