Your chance to get sight of some erotic art at major new Fenland exhibition
XXX EXhibition at Chatteris this month is definitely one for broad-minded adults. There will be the work of three artists on show at the studio.
There is a preview evening on Friday, January 21 from 7.30pm till 10pm. The exhibition will continue on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 from 10am-3pm.
The event is free and the exhibition will take place at Savage Studios 24a - 26 South Park Street, Chatteris.
Taking part in the exhibition is:
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International photographer and multimedia artist opens his portfolio and on display will be his newest work. For the first time Rob will be exhibiting his newest original work using a combination of photography, drawing inks and acrylics, some of which will be based on his popular “shoe” series. Also for the first time, Rob will be exhibiting work made up of wood, leather, nylon, inks, acrylics and stencils. Limited edition photographic images will be on show and as Rob wants his work to be available to everyone his prices will range from �1 for art cards up to �125 for some of his originals.
Rob said: “I am always looking to develop new skills and push myself forward with my art so this opportunity to exhibit erotic work is both a new and exciting experience.”
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Assemblage and mixed media artist, who has exhibited locally, nationally and internationally. She will be displaying work that has been entered in the Royal Academy of Art Summer Exhibitions as well as some of her life drawing, collage and assemblage work and her handcrafted unique jewellery.
Marian said: “Creating work of an erotic nature is a new departure for me and I have found it quite challenging and exciting. I’m looking forward to exhibiting alongside Rob and Richard, the exhibition will present a wide range of artwork from three different perspectives and I hope visitors will enjoy the diversity of interpretation of the subject.”
At the show she will be demonstrating her working methods and showing work in progress.
Artist, author and illustrator, hosts the event at his Chatteris studio. He will be showing some of his latest work and will be displaying techniques in flesh tones in a variety of media. He will be demonstrating some of his working method and is happy to give help and advice.
Richard said: “I normally throw the studio open once, maybe twice, a year for studio exhibition. The purpose for me is three fold; yes, the sales are nice, it does give the public a chance to buy at studio prices. It also gives people a chance to see an artist in a working environment. It is nice to make a connection and chat to people; an artist’s life can be quite solitary, and opening the studio is a chance to talk to folk about what they like, what they don’t like and art generally.”
For further information please contact Richard at email@example.com or 01354 696421