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London Trawl Chapter 4:London walls 4/10

London Trawl Chapter 4:London walls 4/10

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  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 10 Aug 2017, 00:36
Seriously skillful work...very well done!
Richard Trim: I think so too, Ray ...and open to the public domain ..which is always good.
  • Chris
  • No Nowhere
  • 10 Aug 2017, 07:27
Brilliant stuff, love it..
Richard Trim: Do you mean my photograph or the wall art?
Dale Grimshaw was born in Lancashire, in the North of England. During a difficult childhood, his drawing and painting became extremely important to him. He developed his skills at college, firstly with an Art Foundation course at Blackburn College and later he studied fine art to degree level at Middlesex University in London.
Dale has a successful gallery career. He has had five solo shows in Signal Gallery, London and numerous group shows including those Berlin, Paris, New York, Stockholm and Rome. His shows have been widely recognised in the press and online. Articles written about have been published in The independent newspaper, Juztapoz magazine and Art Of England Magazine.

More recently he has been devoting time to street murals and has been widely recognised as one of the most powerful and talented of street artists on that scene. Over the past five years he has been invited to festivals nationally and internationally as well as painting many iconic walls across London, where he lives.

​Dale’s work is boldly figurative and is inspired by his strongly held humanitarian beliefs. However this political message is always achieved by an emphasis on powerful direct emotions and a deep empathy for his subjects.
Richard Trim: Well at least Wiki helps you to learn about more less conventional culture Billiam ... and I don't mean that in a pejorative tone smiles
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 10 Aug 2017, 08:32
This is interesting Richard. I also like the way you ha e chaptered this series, making it rather less tiresome.
Richard Trim: Yes Chadwonderman ... Chaptering is a great way to define a great series... It is something that you should adopt to bring yourself up to my standards
A haunting portrait...

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