Congratulations to Carol Caiger, the winner of the Tagsmart competition held during Roy’s People Art Fair. The winning artwork is: Bubblegum II, by the talented London base Dutch abstract artists: Anne-Claire Fleer.
The winning artwork will be DNA tagged and accompanied by a secure Certificate of Authenticity displaying the artwork information and signature of the artist. The winner, Carol Caiger will also receive a free Tagsmart account on our platform which provides important owner privileges, including the ability to view and manage the provenance record of her work and control the visibility of the work’s online profile, for example, sharing it via email and social media.
Art by Anne-Claire Fleer is a bold and energetic London based abstract artist. A creative explorer dedicated and committed to becoming the best version of herself through her art.
Sam has worked on several collections over the years and has solo showed in Berlin, Sydney, and London with several more shows planned into 2018. Recently he undertook a 6-month project focusing on the effects of Hydraulic Fracturing within the UK and gave an artist’s response in the form of 52 separate images, each titled with a place name where planned fracking was to take place. He has also completed a major installation for the Novotel, Canary Wharf, in London and an installation of three-dimensional metal ‘bullet casings’ entitled Into the Abysswhich represents a response to global warming.
The shells used are made out of brass and in fact are recycled artillery shells, along to steel shells fabricated to look like silos. These were predominantly brass sculptures made using coffee and oils.
Sam’s upcoming exhibition: “OF THE LAND” solo show at Curious Duke Gallery on the 3rd of May 2018, where he will present his new collection of works which touch base with the coast, the woods, ancient pathways, hills, trees and all the natural elements.
Roy Tyson is an award-winning urban artist combining miniature figures, photography and the streets to create a miniature world beneath our feet.
Roy took inspiration from the current urban art scene and headed to the dirty streets of London to photograph and capture his work permanently.
He’s fascinated by the multitude of aspects the subjects can achieve, setting about creating situations in a miniature world that reflect on our surroundings, feelings and emotions.
Each figure is carefully adapted from its original form, allowing Roy to create anything he desires. The little people are then taken to the street to get the perfect vibe for us all to enjoy.
Roy is also the founder of Roy’s People Art Fair with Sam Peacock. Over the last 5 years, Roy and Sam have been working as professional artists. During that time they have exhibited nationally and internationally whilst experiencing art fairs and going through the emotions of applying and exhibiting and Roy decided that the next logical step would be to create the Roy’s People Art Fair. He has joined forces with Sam to add more artistic experience and knowledge to make the shows as successful as possible.
Roy and Sam state that the aim of the fair is to give artists an alternative platform to present their work whilst also creating a unique art fair experience for visitors allowing them to interact with the artists and buy artwork directly from them. At each of their fairs, people will discover original affordable artwork from a wide variety of artists carefully selected based on quality and talent.
Last year the inaugural event drew thousands to the to take part in the first ever artist-led art
fair, pioneered by artists Sam Peacock and Roy Tyson. 80 carefully selected artists will be
personally showcasing their pieces to the public during this free four-day event.
● Artist and filmmaker Oliver Malin, whose previous work attracted the attention of BBC
London, will reveal a specially commissioned life-sized horse sculpture; ‘Odds On’ from his
new ‘Safe Bet’ series. This will mark its first public showcasing of the work and will focus on
the interior life of betting shops in the UK.
● Typography aficionados Hooksmith Press will be creating a replica traditional print studio
featuring their antique ‘letterpress’ process. They will also be releasing a limited edition print
titled ‘Best Thing.’
● Fine art printmaking studio Hippo Screenprinters will be giving visitors the chance to
create their very own ‘hand-pulled’ bespoke screen printed tote bag for £5.
● Illustrator and fine artist, renowned for his use of vodka and whiskey, Carne Griffiths will
be painting live at the private view using inks and tea inspired by the atmosphere and people
present that evening.
● GreatArt will have a doodle area inviting everyone to join in, be creative and get hands on
with some art - all for free.
For more information, to arrange interviews or exclusive press views before the event launch, please
contact Tamsin Daniel: email@example.com
Thursday 12th April: Press View - 6-8.30pm
Friday 13th April: 12-8pm
Saturday 14th April: 12-6pm
Sunday 15th April: 12-5pm
Roy’s Arts Fair is sponsored by Great Art and has partnered with Tagsmart.