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Coming soon! The Brunswick Art Gallery

We’re really excited to announce the up-coming opening of a brand new art gallery, here at The Brunswick, in the heart of Bloomsbury.

 

The Brunswick Art Gallery is set to open early in the New Year and follows our recent partnerships with creative organisations and artists such as Open House London and sculptors ‘Gillie and Marc’ whose world renowned piece ‘Together Forever on Wheels’ has recently been installed here.

 

The new gallery will see us working in partnership with Stephen Turner Fine Arts and will feature permanent collections from a fantastic portfolio of unique artists that are currently taking the arts scene by storm.

 

Artists signed up to be resident at The Brunswick Art Gallery include lead artist Willard Wigan, together with Shaun Gagg, Walter Furlan, Kieran Crowder, Len Gifford, Ed Chapman, Hamad Al Humaidhan, Will Carr, Stephen Kettle, Shirley Brorokhov and Temper.

 

Willard Wigan is the world’s most famous micro-sculptor, famed for creating art of such minute proportions that it virtually cannot be seen with the naked eye – each piece commonly sitting within the eye of a needle or on a pin head. Willard is in the Guinness Book of Records for his work and has appeared on numerous TV shows including BBC’s ‘Inside Out’ and ‘The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien’ in the US. He even marked the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II by sculpting the Queen’s portrait on a coffee bean.

 

Willard will be present at the opening of The Brunswick Art Gallery, giving guests the opportunity to gain a unique insight into his work.

 

Yorkshireman Shaun Gagg creates larger than life welded sculptures using a variety of everyday items including coins, nails and keys to create beautiful pieces of art.

 

Glass sculptor Walter Furlan takes inspiration from Picasso, clearly exhibited in his vivid and profoundly dimensional pieces.

 

Kieran Crowder’s defining art project ‘Here lies’ is a thought provoking reflection on what it is to be human, while his paintings study the human face in a more aesthetic form.

 

Len Gifford’s work is inspired by the human form – stemming from his work as a mannequin sculptor.

 

20 year old Hamad Al Humaidhan’s work adopts the style of the likes of Picasso, Salvador Dali and Jackson Pollock, painting his world with youthful emotions to create vibrant works, full of energy.

 

Will Carr’s stunning kinetic wind sculptures explore the relationship of geometry and form, interacting within their environment. Using stainless steel and corten metal, will creates intricate, large scale pieces of art for public spaces, private gardens and exhibitions.

 

The intricate slate sculptures of Stephen Kettle are truly incredible. Using slithers of slate to create both figurative and abstract pieces. His work has made it to prestigious homes such as The London Science Museum where a statue of R.J. Mitchell (designer of the legendary Spitfire) resides, as well as Bletchley Park where a statue of Alan Turing is permanently housed.

 

Shirley Borokhov has a predilection for subjects caught in action – especially horses – but also dancers, gymnasts, and other athletes. Her stunning sculptures have an equally idiosyncratic and recognisable style.

 

Temper is critically acclaimed as the most naturally gifted graffiti artist of his generation. Creating art for brands including Sprite, Coca-Cola, Saachi and Saachi and the BBC as well as his ‘Minuteman’ exhibition at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

 

These stunning collections offer the creatively inclined of Bloomsbury and beyond, a unique and inspiring experience in the heart of London and an additional stop on the London arts trail.

 

The Gallery will be located at the rear of The Brunswick near Skoob Books and Drury Porter and will be opened in early 2020 – more details to follow!