If you are quick, The Opera Gallery in London will be exhibiting the finest pieces from a collection of some of the world`s most celebrated young artists.
BLING BLING has rocked the art world with some incredibly colourful and ostentatious pieces designed to amaze you. This unique art exhibition London 2010 runs in conjunction with The Princes Foundation until 31st December 2010.
New and established artists rely on the Opera Gallery who recognise that collectors often have an eclectic taste. As a result, the gallery constantly showcases a broad variety of artists and genres from painting, sculpture, furniture and photography.
A little something different to be enjoyed until New Years Eve, a unique London experience.
About the Artists featured –
Marcelline Lapouffe is the youngest visual artist featured at The Opera Gallery, London. Aged 23, her work is very eccentric and humorous and her use of sequins and spangles embodies perfectly the flashy and bling-bling young pop culture.
Laurence Jenkell`s art is based on a crystallisation phenomenon. Her monumental candy wraps are a joyful combination of sweet recollections of childhood and visual pleasures associated with the idea of sugar.
Vincent Poole`s very pop and energy-filled collages link specific London locations with the people, brand, objects and marketing materials associated with the area.
Meredith Ostrom is a graduate of New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, who was discovered by Jean-David Malat in 2009. Many of her paintings focus on her own female physical form impressed onto vividly painted canvas.
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