Monochrome Breach: A Solo Exhibition of Drawings by Bryan Eccleshall | 16th & 17th June
Bryan, an artist with a long standing association with Bank Street Arts, will be holding a solo show of drawings at the gallery on Saturday 17th June. Bryan has shown his work at Bank Street many times, and is currently a trustee of the charity.
On the evening of Friday June 16th, there will be an opening event to launch this pop-up show. During the evening there will be a talk by the artist. All are welcome.
In 2015 Bryan won one of the two student awards at the prestigious Jerwood Drawing Prize. Many of the works included in this exhibition were made as part of his PhD research, completed in 2015 at Sheffield Hallam University.
Two large works form the core of the exhibition.The first is a drawing of Hieronymus Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights. Made up of 72 drawn panels its depicts the Garden of Eden, Earth, and Hell and measuring almost two metres long, it took Bryan over 300 hours to complete. The second large drawing is of Picasso’s Guernica (featured below). All the works that make up the show are drawings of works by other artists.
All the works in the show are for sale. All the money raised from the sale of Guernica will go to Bank Street Arts. Bryan has set a reserve price of £1500, with the sale going to the highest bidder. To place a bid, email Bryan directly at, email@example.com. If you would like to view Bryan’s piece that are for sale you can download the exhibition catalogue from Bryan’s blog here.
Prior to the exhibition opening on Friday 16th Bank Street Arts will be hosting a symposium on Art and Copyright/Copyleft with, amongst others, speakers from the University of Sheffield and legal firm DLA Piper. More – including registration details – can be found here.