Jason Bowles is a fascinating warehouse artist, who already has one of paintings permanently displayed on Overbury Road. His approach is a surrealism that becomes hyper realism, the faces he paints or draws are stylistically impressive, but at the same time heinous and creepy. This is his statement, that life is both disgusting and wonderful.

This is the 5th exhibition co-hosted at The Redmond Centre of warehouse artists and is a great platform to present work. Every artist taking part gets a private view hosted by the centre, access to professional gallery hanging systems and beautiful lighting. The best way to find out how you or a friend could exhibit as part of this rolling warehouse artist exhibition is to come to the private view or get in touch with Haringey Arts.

Private View: Thursday 19 March, 6 – 8pm, free drinks and nibbles provided
Address: Redmond Community Centre, Kayani Avenue, Hackney, N4 2HF (next to the West Reservoir)

Check out this latest feature on Jason in Yack Magazine
http://yackmagazine.com/2014/04/11/the-fine-art-of-the-internet-part-ii-jasons-haggard-faces/

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