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Anthony Brown Exhibition at Penny Lane Gallery

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Penny Lane Gallery will be displaying work by Liverpool artist Anthony Brown is an artist, graphic designer, illustrator and musician who has earned international respect and acknowledgement.   His work moves freely between contemporary and abstract art in any medium – to graphic design, photography and illustration.  His original and eclectic art has been described as ‘special’, ’brilliantly original’ and ‘genius’.  His works are displayed within prestigious locations throughout the UK and internationally with much of his work commissioned and held within private collections.



The exhibition is on from Friday, 6th July – Sunday, 12th August 2012

The work is mostly Beatles and Liverpool related and there are some real gems, one work which caught my eye is "Furnish", I hope my memory recalls that correctly, which is a lovely piece painted on newspaper cuttings that represents a mans head. I don't know to who the head belongs to but for me it is the best work in the show and stands head and shouders above the other work. Sorry about that. 

His other Beatles work really helps place John, Pau,l George and Ringo in time again with newspaper and other memorabilia as a background to some finely executed work. Go and See 



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