Join RedHouse Originals from Monday 3rd at Buyers Club as they celebrate the launch of a fantastic new exhibition. RedHouse Originals Gallery offers original and limited edition prints by a host of international artists. They work with established and emerging artists to bring audiences the finest in Modern and Contemporary art.
The exhibition is set to run from 3rdDecember – 23rdJanuary, and the collection promises to provide something for everyone. It includes brand new releases alongside classics from the archive, with several of the artists also being present for the launch. Featured artists include Stephen Fairey, Thomas James Butler, Candie Payne, Schoph, Danny Larsen, Brian Cannon, Gareth Halliday, David Rusbatch, Ian Skelly (The Coral) and more TBA.
The space at Buyers Club Gallery is a monthly curated exhibition space for both established and emerging artists in the city. Not many venues can flit so effortlessly between wine bar, cocktail parlour, small plates restaurant and gig space, but Buyers Club have done a pretty good job at doing just that. The bare brick wall has been graced with large scale photographs, detailed illustration, multiple layered screen prints and floral painted original canvas’s since programming began back in Feb 2018.
Here’s a closer look at some of the artists featured in the exhibition:
Candie Payne is born and raised in Liverpool and New York, and is a self-taught illustrator whose highly detailed drawings are at once bold and delicate, simple and full of intricacy. Working predominantly in pencil, pen and ink with occasional flashes of colour, Candie’s work is informed by her love of fairytales, ballet and circus performers. She creates characters with compelling and surreal twists that tell their own story.
Ian Skelly from The Coral, one of the UK’s most celebrated guitar bands, will also feature at the exhibition. Having released their first album in 2002, their debut EP has since sold over a million UK albums. The collection features new unseen artwork alongside special edition prints created by Skelly to document the songs and the stories behind their music.
Danny Larsen was born in Oslo, Norway, with his paintings emulating the dark beauty and historic landscapes of Scandinavia. Prior to becoming a full time artist, Larsen had an extensive career as a professional snowboarder, travelling and performing worldwide whilst creating digital content for the industry. He has worked on numerous collaborations with renowned brands including Etnies, Spy Optic, K2, and recently a signature clothing collection for the Norwegian metal band, Satyricon
Brian Cannon is a graphic designer, photographer and art director. He studied Graphic Design at Leeds Polytechnic and founded the legendary Microdot design company in 1990. Cannon has worked extensively in the music industry and has created iconic albums covers for some of the most successful and celebrated albums of recent generations. He is closely associated with Oasis and produced the artwork for the band’s first three albums and singles including Definitely Maybe, (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? and Be Here Now.
The exhibition will also include work from Schoph, Thomas James Butler, Gareth Halliday, David Rusbatch and Shepard Fairey.
The exhibition launch party is free and starts from 6pm.