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Gravesend artist selected to take part in London art fair

PUBLISHED: 07:00 26 April 2018

Grid Art Fair takes place over the weekend of April 27 - 29. Picture: Stuart Dalzell

Grid Art Fair takes place over the weekend of April 27 - 29. Picture: Stuart Dalzell

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Northfleet artist Stuart Dalzell, 60, has been selected to take part in a new art fair in London.

One of the paintings being shown by Stuart. Pciture: Stuart DalzellOne of the paintings being shown by Stuart. Pciture: Stuart Dalzell

Grid Art Fair takes place over this weekend, April 27 - 29, close to Tate Modern in Southwark, and shows the work of 50 carefully selected British and international artists.

Stuart, who is a contemporary, abstract painter, will show two of his new paintings, which are both inspired by glam rock music of the 1970s and part of a bigger collection which will debut in July at the Blake Gallery in Gravesend.

The event brings together collectors, artists and the general public, and holds regular shows throughout the year.

Stuart has been painting for 20 years, but only exhibited his work publicly in 2001 in Canterbury.

It is free to attend the art fair on April 28 and 29.

Private View spaces for Friday April 27 are available via the Grid Art Fair’s website.


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