'Streets, lanes and skylines' exhibition 2016
Local artist Susie Ramsay partnered with leading international legal firm DAC Beachcroft to turn the front of their offices into an on street art gallery. From 15th August to 18th November 2016, the windows facing the covered walkway of DAC Beachcroft offices on Portwall Lane, Bristol hosted an exhibition of Bristol landscape paintings by the artist.
The exhibition ‘Streets, lanes and skylines’ featured ten paintings of Bristol’s old city, back streets and skylines, including the iconic views of Corn Street, King Street and Christmas Steps.
About the exhibition, Susie said, ‘This is a fantastic opportunity to build upon Bristol’s reputation for on street art. My work aims to capture the beautiful buildings and skylines of Bristol, and I’m very excited to present these to the hundreds of commuters who pass through this space every day’.
The exhibition included paintings of; Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol Harbourside, Christmas Steps, St Stephen’s Church, Broad Street, King Street, Corn Street, The Underfall Boatyard, All Saint’s Lane and The Glass Arcade.
A huge thank you to DAC Beachcroft for hosting this exhibition.
About DAC Beachcroft:
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