An art fair which allows the public to meet and buy art from the artists directly is back for its fourth year.
The Roy’s People Art Fair will be taking place from April 4-7 at Oxo Tower Wharf, Blackfriars and will showcase 85 artists’ works.
There will be an installation of various selected artists who have been invited to bring their skills and paint live each day to create their artwork as part of a large mural displaying how different artists perceive the human form.
Roy Tyson, founder of Roy’s People Art Fair, said: “The fair brings together artists from all walks of life in the setting of Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf.
“Our fair is designed to support artists, giving them a truly artist-led platform and providing a unique affordable art fair experience.
“We strive to discover the highest quality work by the best artists around, allowing visitors to also discover artwork by artists they may never have seen before.
“Our fourth edition promises to be our largest, most spectacular event to date, featuring 85 artists, while also supporting young up-and-coming musicians at our private view, and giving visitors the freedom to try their hand in our Doodle Room.
All of this will be topped off with live artwork being created through out the duration of the fair by exhibitors and some very special guests.
Thanks to the success of last year, we are now able to extend our support to a wider group of artists and ensure our community provides them with the right knowledge and tools to make the fair a triumph.”
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