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Romany Mark Bruce, sculptor of the Brighton Aids Memorial, exhibited a new collection of vibrant acrylics paintings of the male and female form.
Romany’s paintings are highly colourful works, representing the figure in bright, bold and seemingly chaotic brushstrokes against monochrome backgrounds.
Constantly changing and evolving, his work has gained an amazing maturity in the space of just a few years.
The exhibition ran on Friday 6th May 2011 to Monday 6th June 2011
Romany Mark Bruce, the sculptor of the long awaited Brighton Aids Memorial in the New Steine will show a new collection of vibrant acrylics paintings based on the human form, together will exclusive sketches of the Aids Memorial, in support of the Sussex Beacon.
Romany Mark Bruce, who was already one of the brightest stars on the Brighton 's vibrant art scene is fast becoming a household name having recently unveiled his long awaited AIDS Memorial sculpture in the New Steine.
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