This Christmas, Dutch artist Marcel Schreur, will bring more than 25 works to the heart of London. His mantra is "Life is beautiful. Always". Sharing hope, peace, joy and love in his paintings and sculptures.
Having survived cancer twice and coming back from dementia and still heavily affected by the diseases, he is bleeding his experiences and love for life onto the canvas and into sculpting. He says "I have gift, a gift is to be shared, not exclusively owned. That's what I just love doing. Art is my expression of this gift".
An award winning international artist, working with the Prince's Trust, the Vatican and bringing a portrait of Pope Francis into the papal household are some of his recent achievements. He is currently in collaboration with Sheffield Hallam University to create an artistic VR project on the experiences and perceptions of a vascular dementia and a cancer survivor.
'Life is beautiful. Always'
A Christmas celebration with art and an inspiring evening with the Artist on Friday 22 December from 6.30 to 9pm. Christmas music and singing by the talented Rebecca Durham. Mulled wine and mince pies.
The Exhibition is from the 21 -26 of December. Open daily from 12pm to 7pm (closed on Christmas Day).
Entrance is free.
A colourful and meaningful start of the festive season.
Watch Marcel Schreur's short film: 'Life is beautiful. Always' here: https://youtu.be/9-leU05w6AM
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