Lhouette’s trademark fusion of gritty urban art and Warhol-esque pop culture iconography is a continued homage to the excessive ethos of “Pop Maximalism” and has been expressed through 54 complex layers to build exceptional portrait ‘Attachment Issues’. The awe-inspiring original work was unveiled exclusively at Wyecliffe Galleries at the artists first attendance in over 3 years. Sold to a private collector before it was exhibited, the piece marks a milestone in an already significant artistic career. Measuring over two meters wide, the making of such a work demonstrates a culmination of techniques that the artist has been developing and which are positively unique to his creations.
A trailblazing creative whose proposition isn’t only built on the visually eye-catching but the intense deference to materials has born an artist not only sought after internationally but acclaimed critically. Not only collected by Antonio Banderas, Ronan & Storm Keating and numerous other notable patrons, Lhouette has also featured on BBC’s The Great Pottery Throw Down, as well as presented by The Dorchester Collection and Christies London. Building upon sensational portrait-collage editions ‘Mad Bomb’ and ‘Stranger’ debuted at 45 Park Lane, Mayfair, ‘Attachment Issues’ looks set to follow suit and take it’s place in a series of works gaining in cultural and fiscal value following sell out. To secure your edition, please click on the button below.
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Once these conditions are met: the works are painstakingly recorded in our state-of-the-art database system (including advanced location tracking) and extensively photographed by Lucy and the image processing team. With extensive ‘macro’ detail shots utilising the Canon EOS 5DS camera: these shots not only form the basis for internet and print promotions: but form a visual record of the work at ultra-high resolution.
Finally; the works that aren’t immediately selected for the gallery walls (or better still, immediately dispatched to a lucky collector) are archived in our temperature controlled ‘vault’. Stored upright, fully surrounded in custom high-impact expanded rubber: the securely stored paintings are routinely checked and rotated onto gallery displays to ensure they remain in mint condition.