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Roy’s Art Fair makes its return to the South Bank

One of London’s most accessible, affordable art fairs will be making its return to the South Bank after a year’s break.

Over the course of four days at the end of September and beginning of October, more than 80 handpicked artists will be exhibiting and selling their artwork in Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf.

This year will include opportunities to take advantage of the Vintage Events Bar, an extra special artist in residence SHEM who will be creating throughout the four days as well as the opportunity for 10 per cent off a year’s subscription to the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Staffed by a team of artists, Roy’s Art Fair is keen on creating a community-led spirit to the purchasing and experiencing of art.

Roy Tyson founder of Roy’s Art Fair said: The fair provides an event different to the many art fairs around London, with our unique way of providing a place where all can feel comfortable to view and purchase artwork no matter artistic knowledge.

“We provide a comfortable, fun setting for all to enjoy for the first time buyer to the avid art collector. Curating a show of varied, diverse artists in an affordable and welcoming way.”

Roy’s Art Fair prides itself on creating an approachable atmosphere where guests can buy art of all mediums directly from the artist.

Visit www.roysartfair.com for opening times and to register for free tickets.

 

Roy’s Art Fair offers a rare opportunity to buy art straight from the artist Picture: Roy’s Art Fair

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