Last year I featured the work of the talented local Illustrative artist Veronica Rowlands, her series of pictures entitled London Fashion Dolls and Surreal Doll Collection takes familiar and nostalgic dolls and transforms into something more surreal and fantastic .
Over the next few weeks, Veronica will be holding an exhibition that will feature her fashion dolls but also her more recent ‘Interactive Wallpaper’ which has been created with members of the public across the city. To produce this piece of work, Veronica has taken her hand drawn characters to venues across London and asked for help from people of all ages to colour them in , adding their unique hand writing to a piece of community artwork to raise awareness and funds for Beating Bowel Cancer and Breast Cancer Care.
The wonderful and eclectic results will be shown in this exhibition alongside a solo exhibition of recent artworks with a percentage of all sales being split between the charities.
The launch of the exhibition will start with a Vintage themed Tea Party – with the opportunity to view & purchase affordable mini Artworks & greeting cards 3.30 – 5pm on Friday 6th February followed by the evening Private view at 6.30-9pm, the exhibition will continue until 3rd April 2015.
The Exhibition will be at Free Space Gallery,
Kentish Town Health Centre
2 Bartholomew Road
If you would like to find out more about Veronica’s work , visit her website here
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