RWA Show – The Finished Thing

The show’s preview night is tonight then, and it opens properly tomorrow (Saturday) so the photos can go up. Got to say, unless you absolutely can’t make it down to this, don’t rely on the photos for it, they’re never going to capture the whole thing properly.

Anyway, photos of the finished works in there, again in no particular order, courtesy of WordPress.


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5 responses to “RWA Show – The Finished Thing

  1. Just been there myself, and it was wonderful. Will have to go back when it’s not quite so rammed, though; luckily I got in before the big queues formed!

    I took a few photos while I was wandering, too:

  2. GBKM

    ‘it will be great’… in the eyes of who?

    A great opportunity missed. Due credit where credit is due – 5 out of 50.
    You were painting in the grandest gallery in Bristol, Iconic verses Iconic… lack of reference, lack of funds and total lack of imagination.
    Welcome to the mens micky mouse clubhouse.
    Leave the 80’s and enter 2009. I wouldn’t pay 10k for any of it. Show your souls your hearts should of been set on fire. Shame.

  3. 45rpm

    was a good night, some great work in there as well. id say loads of imagination, fuck what was for sale, i just think a lot of people put a lot of work in to some great pieces.

  4. Stencil Eater

    Sounds like a hideous case of sour grapes there – I was lucky enough to get in before the crowds and thought that the show outlined the complete diversity of artistic talent that Bristol has to offer. This show – to me anyway- marks the beginning, not the end of ‘street art’.

    Oh and by the way; ‘5 out of 50’ dont you mean 1 out of 10?

  5. Adam Thoroughgood

    I thought it was quality.

    I can’t say I am a proper scholar of Graffiti, but I can certainly say I thought it was really well done, all in all. Went with a couple of mates who aren’t bothered about Graf in the slightest and they enjoyed it too.

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