Category Archive: roys people art fair

Andrea Tyrimos portrait raises awareness of Mental Health at the Roy’s People Art Fair

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A portrait of Catherine, a woman who managed to transform her life with the support of homeless charity Centrepoint is one of the key exhibits at the Roy’s Peoples Art Fair. Painted by… Continue reading

My Dog Sighs Interactive Art on Show at the Roy’s Peoples Art Fair

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My Dog Sighs, the popular street artist from Southsea has a new installation at the Roy’s Peoples Art Fair in the Oxo Tower Bargehouse Gallery. Featuring one of his trademark giant eyes, the… Continue reading

We meet Anna Jaxe the stencil artist with a passion for music

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“I think a lot of instruments are just artworks in their own right because they are just so amazing to look at” explains my latest interviewee Anna Jaxe. Sitting in the MAP cafe… Continue reading

We meet Richard Berner the Illustrator with a Surreal View of the World

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It was a while ago when we last met in LondonĀ and Richard and I had been promising a get together pretty much ever since. He’d been exhibiting at the Roy’s People’s Art Fair,… Continue reading

10 Artists to Watch Out for at the Roy’s People Art Fair

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We’ve been trailing this one for a while and have already featured the works of a number of artists taking part, but Roy’s Art Fair is coming soon so we thought we’d do… Continue reading

Interview with Italian artist Raffaella Bertolini

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We are in the attic of a West London terrace. Doubling as the studio of our latest interview Raffaella Bertolini, an Italian painter who now bases herself in the city. She is a… Continue reading

Interview with artist DD Regalo as he prepares to showcase at the Roys People Art Fair

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DD Regalo is a contemporary artist well used to abstract designs. He paints based on feeling, on the things around him, people, places and the emotions he feels. “There are no rules” he… Continue reading

We meet Roy’s People as he talks about his upcoming art fair

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It’s the Whitecross Street Party and the area is buzzing, Roy is sat in the window of the Curious Duke Gallery with a slab full of miniature figures cutting them up and re-assembling… Continue reading