Wednesday 9 September 2015

Thursday 6pm till 9pm at The A Side B Side Gallery

"London, New York, Paris, Munich" everyone is talking about a new Pop Art exhibition and album launch party organised by myself, Astrid Horkheimer and Micko Westmoreland. The p.v. is on the 10th of Sept from 6pm till 9pm. The gallery is then open on the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th from 12 till 6pm. The A-side B-side Gallery is part of Hackney Downs Studios, The address is: Amhurst Terrace, London E8 2BT.
For your chance to not only win a signed copy of the new Yours Etc Abc L.P. but also a painting of Micko Westmoreland by Harry Pye worth millions all you have to do is come to the private view tomorrow which lasts from 6pm till 9pm and buy a one pound raffle ticket.
Every one who buys a one pound raffle ticket will receive a charming Brian Jones badge!
The show features painting, prints, drawings and a few surprises.
Artists Mac Honeyman and Fabian Webb Brown have made a small den in one corner of the gallery where visitors can sit and write their fave song lyrics.
Above: Catherine (Director of A-Side B-Side Gallery)
Above: Geraldine Swayne has made a small but beautiful painting of Micheal Jackson and a parrot.
Barry Thompson has made brilliant drawings and paintings of the late Kurt Cobain. Hugh Mendes is contributing obituary paintings of both Soul legend Issac Hayes and the loathsome former Top of The Pops presenter Jimmy Saville.
Team Beswick & Pye doff their caps to 2-Tone legends The Beat.
Liam Scully is installing his Artists Sign Trident/Tidal' series of drawings. Mikey Georgeson has made a dreamy painting of Roy Orbison. Other artists in the show include Dominic of Luton, The Wrong Paul Hamilton, Bob London, and Rude Boy Ray Gange! Below image: 'Florence & The Machine' by Julie Bennett more info on Julie's work: HERE

FIND: A-side B-side Gallery is located off Amhurst Terrace within the Hackney Downs Studios and is a stones throw away from Hackney Central, Dalston & Stoke Newington. TRAVEL: For public transport the closest stations are: Rectory Road & Hackney Downs or Dalston Kingsland & Dalston Junction. The nearest bus routes are 30, 276 & 488. PARKING: Parking in the car park outside the gallery is restricted to 15 mins for loading & drop offs. Daily parking permits are available from the Hackney Downs Studios reception or alternatively, there are parking bays nearby on Amhurst Road & Downs Park Road. EATING: The Russet, our nearby restaurant & cafe provides locally sourced breakfast, lunch and dinner service including delicious handmade pastries and cakes! They are open 8.30 - 11pm most days. Check their website for details... ️ The gallery & cafe are fully wheelchair accessible

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