RONE London Solo Show At Stolen Space Gallery
Having recently spent 7 days working 10 hours a day, using 10 liters of paint on what is possibly Australia's largest mural by one person, Melbourne based street artist Rone is currently in London having finished work on the impressive nine story mural at 80 Collins Street in Melbourne.
The artist has been in city for the last week taking a short break ahead of his first solo show entitled 'Wallflower' with Stolen Space Gallery here in East London. We caught up with Rone earlier this week for some beers and managed to take some progress shots of the artist at work on a new mural which he has been working on over a number of days, building up the layers of paint between rain showers.
We passed by late this evening and it looks like Rone has now completed work on his mural, which can be seen in person on Hanbury Street just off Brick Lane in East London. If you happen to be in town, pop along to Stolen Space Gallery and join Rone in celebrating the opening of what looks set to be a stunning exhibition. We will hopefully see some of you our readers at the gallery.
The Wallflower exhibition opens with a private view, Thursday 10th April from 6 — 9pm and the exhibition will be on public view from 11th April until 4th May.
StolenSpace Gallery — 17 Osborn Street — London — E1 6TD
For more info on Rone on his work check out his website or his instagram account. http://instagram.com/r_o_n_e
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