Boswellia Carterii Pop Up Exhibition of New Paintings by Fred Sorrell Art Opening Monday 16th April 2012




17th – 18th April 2012
This Monday see’s the opening of a new show featuring a series of new paintings by Fed Sorrell in a new Pop Up Show called Boswellia Carterii.

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About Fred Sorrell
Fred Sorrell’s artwork explores portraiture, dreams and imagination. Filled with intense energy, his paintings demonstrate a rich, technical process based on his observation of people. He combines direct studies with a combination of striking imagery and intersecting forms, engaging the viewer with his idea of what it is to be here. Fred has previously exhibited alongside Grayson Perry, at M&C Saatchi, and had his work published in Daydream and Art World magazine.

11-12 Tottenham Mews London W1T 4AG Closest Tube is Goodge St.
In association with ACTE Arts.

About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the Founder and Editor of FAD magazine Founder and co-publisher Art of Conversation and founder of the platform @worldoffad

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