London Miles: New Paintings by Stella Im Hultberg and Scott Belcastro

You saw Stella Im Hultberg’s sneak peek sketches, now see the completed paintings come to life! London Miles gallery sent us over some newly released images for their upcoming show. Starting March 11th, Stella Im Hultberg (who we absolutely love and who we interviewed here) will be showing alongside Scott Belacastro. This will be Stella’s first UK show. (Congrats, Stella!)

Called Fragmented, the exhibition will feature a collection of paintings that explore personal identity through female form.

This will be Scott Belcastro’s second show at London Miles. His collection is called I Dare the Sky and is based on strength, clarity and the struggle of surviving in an often barbarous and cruel world. It was inspired by the unforgiving New York winter, which we’re sure many of you had to endure!

For those of you who are unfamiliar with London Miles, it is the UK's foremost gallery for exhibiting, nurturing, and unearthing artists working within the realms of surrealist, pop, lowbrow, comic book, and illustration art.

Find out more about the shows, which will both run from March 11th to March 21st, at London Miles’ website.

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