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Storm Fine Arts Big Show

This is an imageIn April 2013 long standing supporter of Al's work Storm fine Arts organizes a final show at its Burnham Market gallery. Al Exhibited a wide range of work for the month long show along sides the likes of Jamie Hewlet and Pure evil and Shepard Fairey. Click here to see their website.

Arthaus Launch

Adee PhelonIn October 2012 a new gallery in Hertford opened its doors to exhibiting both print and original work by local artist Al Gray. Located in St Andrew Street, Hertford, Arthaus Galleries is rapidly establishing itself as the destination in Hertfordshire for the best in original art and sculpture, click here to go to the Arthaus website.

Canvas Wimbledon

This is an imageIn August 2012 Al debuted new work at Canvas Wimbledon in a solo exhibition. It was an exciting event and a great success. You can see photos in the gallery page of the new additions to the collection continuing the theme inspired by irezumi (full body japanese Tattoo) and religious icons. To see the news from Canvas Wimbledon click here.

Adee Phelon Exhibition

Adee PhelonAdee Phelon, star hairdresser to the likes of David Beckham, will be exhibiting Al Gray's work in his super stylish salon hub, The Cube. Keep posted for further updates.

Website Launch

This is an imageFinally! Al Gray's showcase website is now up and running. We will be updating the Gallery Page with pictures of new pieces and keeping you abreast of the latest news, exhibitions, collaborations and commissions.

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Original Works Become Available

This is an image A small number of the original paintings from Al Gray's latest collection are now available to buy. "They are tactile pieces that have a weight and presence instilled in them," Gray says. "The use of gold is important; it's marks the Divine presence".

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Debut 'Tattoo' Exhibition

This is an imageIn March 2011 artist Al Gray hosted his first solo exhibition "Tattoo" at the Hertford Theatre Gallery. Showcasing a new collection of 12 prints inspired by Japanese woodblock and urban art, the exhibition was a smash success and Gray ended up selling more pieces than he had on display. The collection is currently touring throughout the UK.

See the Gallery Page to find where Al Gray's artwork is currently being exhibited.