Ben Oakley Gallery launches a joint exhibition from Jo Peel & Mark McClure
Join us in the Gallery with a drinks reception on Friday 11th September from 7pm. Exhibition continues until 4th October.
For those of you who can’t make it to the Gallery please enjoy our Virtual Gallery online….
Having worked with Artist Jo Peel over the last ten years we are excited to welcome her back into the Ben Oakley Gallery her works are sophisticated and have an uplifting edgy feel they have evolved over the years but haven’t lost any of Peels atmospherics and detailed observations of our urban surroundings. She has travelled extensively continually painting huge walls around the globe, was the first Street Artist to paint a wall at the Royal Chelsea Flower Show and continued to produce exquisite screen prints and original paintings on canvas, one of which now resides in the Sheffield Museum.
Mark McClure is new to the gallery so we’d love you to give him a hearty BOG welcome. Marks’ geometric striking works grace public city walls to gallery walls internationally and across the UK.
His larger exterior works take on an abstract architectural feel and mirror their surroundings as he uses his distinctive palette with dynamic shapes.
McClure’s’ interior pieces are also bold and structural, they include multi layered screen prints, original one off pieces working with wood, paint and a variety of mediums all with a strong graphic visual appeal.
Having both worked together on Living Walls with the mighty Moniker Projects in 2014 a plan was hatched to produce a series of unique collaborations together and individual works for a two person show. Though down to each other’s busy commitments the show has had to wait until now. We hope you all make time to see the show here at Ben Oakley Gallery Greenwich London SE10. Those unable to travel will gain a chance to view and buy a piece in our Virtual Gallery online at BenOakleyGallery.com, until further notice.
Get in touch if you would like to purchase any of the works available.
We offer 0% on all works to make that little bit easier. Thanks Ben
Thanks as usual for your continued support.