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Thursday, 10 September 2015

TATTOOS: Inked Palette Exhibition - coming soon

So this is a little exciting....
As a lover of tattoos (I know this is brand new information ;) ha ha) it kind of makes sense that I love tattoo art. So when I heard about a new art gallery exhibition in the name of tattoos I knew I needed more information.
Inked Palette Art Gallery Preview
Basically the lovely Beccy (who you may remember from this interview I did with her earlier this year) runs tattoo blog Inkluded. She has collaborated with the Deasil Art Gallery in Leamington Spa to put together the Inked Palette which will showcase art from a number of amazing UK artists.

The multimedia exhibition, showing from the 3rd October to 20th October will display artwork from tattoo artists from the UK across a range of mediums including traditional canvas and paper, and sketches and drawing from their creative processes. There will also be tattoo photography as part of the exhibition, as well as installations for members of the public to interact with and explore.  

Inked Palette Art Gallery Preview - Deasil Art Gallery

Inked Palette Art Gallery Preview - Deasil Art Gallery

I'm really looking forward to attending on the opening night on October 3rd alongside a couple of guests and seeing what is on offer as I am really excited about some of the artists that will be showcased here. 

The exhibition is completely free of charge and opening times are Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 5pm, Sunday 12pm – 4pm between 3rd October and 20th October

For more information on the exhibition, go to Inkluded

All photos courtesy of Beccy Rimmer/Inkluded/Deasil Gallery

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