New Cross Gallery present a new show featuring the work London based artist BLAM. Widely know for his classic Oscar the Grouch in Old Street, which has survived the council buff on a number of occasions. Blams style has since evolved into photorealistic images with a twist.
The very nature of graffiti art is a snapshot of an image captured in time before the wall is reclaimed by another artist. This is an opportunity to see new works in real life a visual feast of colour and creativity that will bring to life the exciting range of styles that Blam has developed over the years of painting.
The opening party will be this Thursday from 18:30 - 22:00. All are welcome to come and celebrate the opening with drinks and music! Prints / Originals will be available to buy on the night.
New Cross Gallery | 3 Lewisham Way | New Cross | SE14 6PP
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