A few weeks back we set up our stand for The Affordable Art Fair amongst 110 other talented galleries presenting our favourite artists work for everyone to fall in love with. The grand pavilion was erected in Battersea Park, like every October, for a family friendly long weekend. Whether you were an experienced art collector, a contemporary artist yourself or just a lover of colour and wanted a nice day out, it was the place to visit. Arriving via the amazing complimentary shuttle service from Sloane Square, you entered under a canopy of twinkly blue stars to a spread of over a 1,000 diverse artistsOn sale was a collection of original and contemporary paintings, special edition prints, photography, sculptures and even a large installation or two. With both household names, established artists alongside new talents from all over the world we had a great time exploring. You could have walked the fair and studied the artworks, taken a workshop, join a guided tour and even taken a pit stop at the bar or café. We spend a large part of the fair planning our dream collection of prints to adorn our own walls at home.
We showcased several new works; from Rose Electra Harris largest work yet, ‘Moroccan Riad in Blue’ to Fei Alexeli latest edition of digital collage turned CMYK print ‘The Flamingo’. We couldn’t help ourselves and may have also picked up one of the latest Andrew Millar lustrous gold leaf polaroid’s and a special Dave Buonaguid’s vintage map may have made its way in to our bag but that’s what AFF is all about. Celebrating great art and being able to take it home with you to enjoy.
Check out the whole collection of work from the Affordable Art Fair here.