Absolute - Original

• Artist: The Bisaillon Brothers 
• Medium: Original acrylic - mixed media & GD on canvas mounted to hard panel coated in resin 
• Image Size: 76cm x 190cm  /  30" x 75"
• Doesn't require a frame 
• Free UK mainland delivery
• Premiere Packaging & Full Insurance  
• Earn Loyalty Points with each purchase
• Full Certification & Documentation
• Interest Free Credit Available

We use fully insured U.K couriers to deliver all artworks purchased. We offer complimentary delivery via courier on a premium service arriving between 8am-12noon to mainland U.K (with the exception of certain outlying areas). Once an order is made online you will be contacted regarding the most convenient week date to receive your piece, prior to dispatch to ensure somebody is available to sign for the parcel.


We can send out on a next day guaranteed courier service Monday-Thursday when items are in stock and the order is received before 1pm. On rare occasions delivery times can be delayed due to courier delays or stock issues.  Please contact us if orders are urgent.

Saturday deliveries may also be requested, which are available for a small additional fee of £25 per delivery. We also offer a full range of urgent and same-day delivery options, which may be organised and quoted per order.  Professional installation may be offered by quotation to some areas of the UK.  Please call us to arrange these alternative delivery options on 01932 847939.

Please note that some items are excluded from the free delivery offer, including very large and fragile works of art which may require a specialist delivery service. Please contact us for quotations in these circumstances.

We also ship to Europe and Worldwide. Overseas delivery times from 3 - 14 working days.  Prices are automatically calculated once shipping address has been added at the basket, or please call for a quotation and to order. 



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The final weekend before Christmas: the perfect time to go out and grab those final presents (or in my case.... First presents!).Today's '12-Days of Christmas' article explores one of our most incredible and unique works: the glorious 3D sculpture 'Chic' by visionary Jeffrey Bisaillon.

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INSPIRATION

We are both inspired by Jean Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol. Jean Michel’s unparalleled creativity and use of symbology and social commentary in his pieces was simply amazing. As a leading figure in the Pop Art movement, Andy’s use of branding and Celebrity has a big influence on us. At the current moment we are heavily inspired by cultural history and some of the things that inspire our art pieces are the human obsession with materialistic living, branding and the need of current society to search for acceptance and validation through our phones via social media.

THE BISAILLON BROTHERS

Jbis Art is the vision of both Jeffrey Bisaillon and his brother Michael and they have been producing art for over 20 years in many genres. Jeffrey has always connected with the Abstract and has been painting abstracts for many years. Michael has always connected with symbology and thematic elements in pop art.
 

INFLUENCES

"Our Grandfather was a phenomenal landscape and wildlife painter, and his brother was an illustrator. Art runs deep in our family, art classes were always our favourite classes in school. we are lucky to live so close to one of the greatest art meccas in the world; anytime we want we can visit the city and go to an art show or walk all the galleries or museums to get inspiration". The Bisaillon Brothers.
 

'JACK' ORIGINAL

If you're interested in seeing more from this collection click here to view 'Jack' by The Bisaillon Brothers