Zina, Thieu & Amara Por Dios Mini Group Show For SynchroniCityLondon At Rolling Stock, Shoreditch

Last night in Shoreditch, at the Rolling Stock bar on Kingsland Road, a mini group show was put on by Street Artists Zina, Thieu & Amara Por Dios as apart of SynchroniCityLondon. With each artist contributing some half a dozen impressive works each, it made for an all round impressive collection as a whole also. Presenting a set of canvas, woodboard and print based works, there certainly was alot to enjoy in such a small space. For this show Zina presented works largely based around her now trade-mark blue-scale portraits, focused on ethnic cultures. Amara Por Dios showcased some of her vibrant tribal based works, influenced strongly from the cultures and arts of the early Americas. Finally Thieu presented several of her pieces based around her fondness for creating hybrid creatures, working from a combination of stencil and free hand techniques.


Free Float – Acrylic on Canvas, by Zina.


Purple Haze – Acrylic On Canvas, by Zina. This was our favourite work from Zina for the show, delightful and interesting to see the canvas incarnation of this work she previously put up in Shoreditch some two months back (covered here).


Bee A Queen – Giclee Print, by Zina. 


Painted Skateboard from Zina, based on the work she did at Femme Fierce 2014.



L’envers Du Decor – painted skateboard from Thieu.



Canvas work from Thieu. Adopting a more tribalistic styling.



Flamefant painting by Thieu. Excellent pair of characters, depicted in a more painterly style.


Peafrock Soldier by Thieu – Paint on Wood Board. This was our favourite work from Thieu for the show.


Print of Thieu’s Peafrock.


My Eyes On You canvas by Amara Por Dios.

P1200679Beastin canvas by Amara Por Dios. This was our favourite work from Amara Por Dios in the show.


Ver painting by Amara Por Dios.



Print by Amara Por Dios.


Thieu & Zina enjoying opening night.

Despite its stature, certainly a great show, head along if you can, while you can. Additionally Zina & Amara Por Dios will be painting tomorrow at Street Fest 2015 at Tobacco Docks alongside some 38 other Street Artists & Graffiti Writers, we will be in attendance and reporting back soon, stay tuned, and head on along to Street Fest this Sunday if you are free and able.

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