Sian Storey Brightens Up Camberley with Stunning Mural

On a cold, grey and windy winter morning in Camberley, Reem Gallery had a special treat as the talented artist Sian Storey braved the elements to get creative!

Over the course of the day, what was once a normal white doorway panel was transformed into a joyous celebration of nature and colour with the use of acrylics, spray paints and hand-painted pasted paper collages. It was a real pleasure to see Sian's creativity first hand again, having collaborated with fellow gallery artist Kev Munday on a mural earlier in the year. It was also fantastic to see the sheer number of smiles it brought to many passers-by who stopped to admire the mural in progress and comment on the "wonderful artwork."

For collectors and admirers of Sian's work, we currently have a selection of original artworks on canvas available online and in the gallery now. Additionally we've received alot of commission requests in the recent months, with a waiting list for completed works stretching well into the new year. Please contact Reem Gallery if you would like to discuss commissioning Sian Storey further.

BBC Radio at Reem Gallery

On Friday 6th October we had the real pleasure of meeting BBC radio presenter Joe Talbot as he broadcast live from Camberley Town.

Presenter Joe Talbot enjoying his surroundings at the warmth and Reem Gallery

When the BBC team noticed the fabolous energy and artworks on display, Joe insisted on a live interview where we discussed the gallery beginnings, our eclectic portfolio artists and Zaid Alexander's engagement!

Listen here, available on BBC iPlayer for 30 days. Segment from 3:27:00

Ironic Banksy murals appear near Barbican in lead up to Basquiat exhibtion

Banksy is not one to miss an opportunity to poke fun at the art establishment and with the Barbican in London preparing to open their new exhibition Basquiat: Boom for Real he has not disappointed.

Discussions are being made to preserve the new murals to avoid further defacing.

The larger of the two murals sees a Basquiat figure receiving a warm welcome from the London Metropolitan Police. Jean-Michel Basquiat started his artistic life as a street artist, becoming known as King Samo with his famous crown tag. The second mural shows a rotating Ferris wheel of crowns, with paying members of the public forming an orderly queue to get in on the action. Subtle mockery that the circus is in town perhaps?

Jean-Michel Basquiat's artworks have gained alot of public interest this year following the ground breaking auction result at Sotheby's New York of Untitled (1982), which achieved $110.5 million

In another ironic twist, discussions are already being held by the Barbican to preserve the murals and avoid any further additions and tagging by other street artists, which has already occurred. If agreed on, the Banksy murals will be covered by Perspex for the forseeable.

Boom for Real opens September 21st until January 28th 2018.

All photographs taken by and property of Reem Gallery.