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Affordable Art Fair here we come!!

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We are delighted to announce that we will be participating in our first ever art fair next week! The Affordable Art Fair is one of the world’s most reputable and accessible art fairs, with nothing priced over £5,000 and most artwork much less than that. We are honoured that Atomica has been selected to exhibit at their Spring edition in Battersea, London.

AND the extra good news is that we have FREE TICKETS to the Affordable Art Fair Private View on Wednesday night, Spring Swing on Thursday night and all day Friday to give away! Plus half price tickets for Sat and Sun are also up for grabs.

Visitors to the AAF are in for a real treat as we will have some extra special work with us. As you know, original artwork by many of our artists does not become available too frequently, so this is an amazing opportunity to view and purchase a special piece from one of your favourite Atomica artists.

 

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One of our most popular artists, Richie Fahey, will have some absolutely stunning new works on display at our stand. Richie’s giclée prints fly off the walls here at Atomica and this is a unique opportunity to purchase a one-of-a-kind piece from Richie. His gorgeous technicolour hand painted original photographs do not come up that often so this is a great opportunity to purchase one of a kind piece from him. All of Richie’s works come in stunning vintage frames that he finds himself which complement the artwork to perfection.

Lots of you have been demanding to see more of Ryan Heshka’s signature 50s pulp inspired femme fatales and other-worldly beings ever since four of his originals sold out super-fast on the opening night of our anniversary exhibition, Vision Quest, back in April 2014! Well now is your chance as we will have eight original paintings including 3 incredible larger pieces.

Femke Hiemstra has been another firm favourite with visitors ever since Atomica first opened it’s doors. Her ‘Œuf Surprise’ original painting was also quick to be snapped up at the Vision Quest opening night. With avid collectors worldwide, Femke’s artwork comes up extremely rarely and we are thrilled to be presenting a beautiful original drawing ‘Mercat’ at the AAF.  

We are also taking along work from home-grown talent Castro Smith. As well as original works, Castro’s incredibly detailed ‘Toucan’, a mind-blowing copper plate etching (limited edition of just 50), will be available to visitors. Inspired by a magical trip to Brazil with his Mum, this piece alone is something that you should venture to Battersea for. You could look at this work for hours and still not uncover all the delights hidden in the world within!

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And thats just for starters! We will also be exhibiting more works from a whole host of super talented Atomica artists including Ricardo Cavolo, Nom Kinnear King, Jen Mann, Jack Pearce, Charlie Roberts and Nick Sheehy!

We have the following tickets available. First come, first served!

115 x FREE pairs of tickets to the Private View, Wednesday 11th March, 5.30-9.30pm

150 x FREE pairs of tickets to the Spring Swing, Thursday 12th March, 5.30-9.30pm

25 x FREE tickets to the AAF, Friday 13th March 11am-6pm

HALF PRICE tickets to the AAF, Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th March, 11am-6pm

 To request tickets please email hello@atomicagallery.com

Please clearly state in your email what date you would like to attend. Tickets will need to be collected from the gallery in Soho by Monday 10th March next week.  

You will find Atomica Gallery at Stand B1 of the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, 11th-15th March 2015. For more info and directions please visit the AAF website.

If you have any further questions about the artwork we will be taking to the AAF please email sales@atomicagallery.com

Full List of artists we are exhibiting at the fair as follows: Ricardo Cavolo, Richie Fahey, Ryan Heshka, Femke Hiemstra, Nom Kinnear King, Jen Mann, Jack Pearce, Charlie Roberts, Nick Sheehy, Castro Smith.