Irish artist MASER transforms The Standard in E17 for WoodStreet Walls
Following the opening of his debut UK solo show 'Orbiting on the Periphery' at Lazarides Gallery currently on show until the 5th May, Irish artist Maser teamed up with Walthamstow art collective Woodstreet Walls to take part in their Paint Your London project in Waltham Forest.
Woodstreet Walls have been giving the neighbourhood a fresh lick of paint throughout their month long event which has seen them transform a number of bland and dreary buildings across Walthamstow, Leytonstone, Leyton & Chingford into colourful works of art. They have been achieving this with the help of some of the best local and international street artists, 20 in total who they have enlisted to help transform multiple locations over the duration of the event. We have already featured a number of other artists who have taken part in the event including Louis Massai (Previously on Hookedblog) and Remi Rough (Previously on Hookedblog) amongst others.
Maser is the latest artist invited by the collective to create work in E17, spending the last few days redecorating the exterior of a disused two story building located opposite Blackhorse Road Underground station. The bold vibrant work is part of the artists ongoing 'Interrupting Landscapes' series and his first painted here in London.
Maser's newest street work can be seen on the exterior of the former Standard Music Venue located directly opposite Blackhorse Road Underground station on the Victoria Line at 1 Blackhorse Ln, London E17 6DS. His 'Orbiting on the Periphery' exhibition continues at Lazarides Gallery until May 5th. Lazarides, 11 Rathbone Pl, London W1T 1HR.
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