It’s been a few months since we have had the pleasure of sharing some fresh London work from ATM, an artist who we admire very much, but fortunately a couple of weeks back ATM took to the Camley Street Nature Park behind Kings Cross to lay out this fantastic painting for the London Wildlife Trust. The work is so realistic and in true ATM style, larger than life and constructed in a beautiful painterly style. Created entirely by brush work, you really can see the rich textured effect and harmonious blending of colours that bring his subjects to life. What is of particular interest to us here is that this work represents the first case of us seeing a subject painted by ATM that isn’t a bird, though this isn’t the first instance of ATM doing so, just of us seeing it. Certainly not something that disappointed.
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Hi did a nice Bee in Bristol a couple of years ago. https://scooj.org/2015/07/28/6-bristol/