Exclusive work by top UK artist set to be revealed at Eaton Fine Art - The Solihull Observer

Exclusive work by top UK artist set to be revealed at Eaton Fine Art

Solihull Editorial 31st Aug, 2017   0

AN internationally renowned artist is set to unveil two brand new art works especially commissioned by a Solihull gallery.

JJ Adams will be appearing at Eaton Fine Art on Saturday, September 2, to showcase his latest work that is in keeping with his instantly recognisable style.

The new artwork has been privately commissioned by Eaton Fine Art and will be revealed between 1pm and 4pm on the day.

The exclusive works will be available on the day, plus the chance to meet up with JJ to discuss the embellished originals and limited editions that carry a theme very close to his heart, and close to the hearts and minds of millions all over the world.

Karen Blondel, from Eaton Fine Art, said having JJ create the bespoke pieces was a real coup for the Gallery which opened last year.

She added: “This is important not only for Eaton Fine Art, but also for Touchwood Shopping Centre and the Solihull area.

“We have seen the completed works and both pieces are visually amazing and you can certainly appreciate the work that has gone in to them.”

As part of the event, the gallery will dedicate its two floors to JJ Adams art in what will be its largest event since opening.

Eaton Fine Art has the largest collection of JJ Adams original art works in the world, and will be putting many of these on show, some for the first time.

From the unseen set of four Stormtrooper’s to Black and White Bond, C3P0/Womp Rat, Hercules, Poseidon and even Bowie, these are all works of art where images are not available on the internet and they will be accompanied by limited edition prints, again many that are very rare and collectible.

Visit www.eatonfineart.co.uk for further information or call 0121 704 9248.

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