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SPRING SHOW 2023

Fleek Gallery Spring Show 2023 Saturday 1st April – Friday 30th June Fleek Gallery is proud to announce it will be presenting NEW art work in a fantastic Spring Show.  Some of the amazing artists to be exhibited will include: Illuminati Neon, Daniel Hooper, Damien Hirst, Raffaella Bertolini, Jason Pengelly, Emma Gibbons, Mr Ben, Henry Hate, Jan Chmielewski and more. The Private View 31st March between 4.30pm – 8pm Come and join us for a glass of complimentary bubbly (or soft drink) whilst viewing our new artwork.  Said Dan Martin, Gallery Director “The evening is going to be a lot...

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Ilfracombe art Trail 7th - 8th May 2022

Ilfracombe Art Trail 7th - 8th May 2022 For more details follow link below https://artilfracombe.co.uk/

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ART IN THE UNSEEN WORLD

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ART IN THE UNSEEN WORLD

Holding the pipe that needs to connect to the giant arm pointing towards Jesus, does this man work tirelessly to create this unusual machine? What will come of this creation once he has fulfilled his task and everything has been put in place? Just over to his right a troop of monkeys guard and prepare the double canon just above the holy ones head. How did he get here, what was his journey and what will come of him? Maybe he was hired by some of the highest spiritual entities in the universe to commit his life in the pursuit...

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KEEP THE FAITH IN ART

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KEEP THE FAITH IN ART

Religious and spiritual symbolism in imagery goes as far back as when people first started scratching into any surface. It’s something inside our human psyche that wants to understand the world around us and give everything a meaning or purpose. It is with this curiosity to have faith in something which makes us feel part of something divine.  This has led to the symbolic imagery we can now see today. To break down the entire history of religious and spiritual imagery in art in a few short paragraphs might be a bridge too far so instead I’ll just focus on...

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THE WORLD CHANGING MUSIC

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THE WORLD CHANGING MUSIC

What do you think is going on in the mind behind the eyes of this incredible portrait? There’s a magic in never knowing the mystery of expressions like this and to see them so perfectly personified through art. This signed original oil on canvas titled ‘Kurt Cobain’ by Jasper Starky certainly does this.       Sifting through a collection of cassette tapes in a market stall in 1994 me and a friend chose a tape each. He bought ‘The Spaghetti Incident’ by Gun’s & Roses and I got ‘In Utero’ by a band I had heard about but never heard their...

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