Until Sunday 30th Sep 2018
The Three Stags will be transformed into a living, breathing art show and sustainability installation on 24 June: A Lifetime in Art.
The exhibition will feature a range of artists and a selection of work in various media. One installation will focus on the topic of ocean plastics and the impending crisis in our seas, encouraging action to reduce ocean pollution. The exhibition provides an excellent platform for the public to debate and discuss sustainability and other key issues concerning the British public today.
B.K.Skeggs has spent a lifetime as a commercial artist, interior designer and sculptor. He has worked for some of the finest private houses in the UK and several restaurants, including the original Bombay Bicycle Club in Wandsworth, Chez Max in Kew, and The Granaries Club in Croydon. Additionally, Skeggs has a large catalogue of restoration work for Sugg Lighting and the House of Lords.
Tom Shedden was born and raised in Crystal Palace, London, however, Shedden's parents come from Canada and Australia. He graduated from Central Saint Martins in 1997, and began painting in 2005. His work has its roots in a childhood of foreign travel and adventure; the impressions left on him growing up in close proximity to sculpted gardens of Crystal Palace Park have led him to search for his own paradise through art. His work can currently be seen in a collaboration between the Saatchi Gallery and the Hyatt Regency in London.
Ed Murray is a bronze sculptor whose work will be installed above the bar. Ed is part of a bronze foundry collective based in Suffolk called Butley Mills Studios.