Birmingham’s Bar Opus is to exhibit works by a city-based artist for its fourth art exhibition in support of local talent.
The bar at One Snowhill will be showcasing works by Tom Parry, whose art of Birmingham landmarks is sold under the Made On The Canal brand.
Opening on Thursday March 22, the exhibition will comprise a number of A4 and A3 hand-finished artworks and 3D pictures in different media, including watercolour, paint and ink, that depict landmarks such as the Library of Birmingham, Victoria Law Courts, Alpha Tower and Edgbaston Waterworks.
Tom, a graduate of Birmingham City University, takes up to 20 hours to complete his intricate pieces of 3D art, which involve gradually building up elements of the architecture 1mm at a time and cutting out recesses to create complex layered pieces.
He said: “I pride myself on producing affordable pieces of art and I’m really thrilled that Bar Opus has asked me to submit some pieces for its next art exhibition.
“It’s an amazing opportunity to have my work in a busy city centre bar and it’s great that the bar continues to support local artists such as me.
“I hope that my art will provoke some conversations about the beautiful architecture that Birmingham has.”
Irene Allen, Opus director, said: “Our customers have loved all our art exhibitions so far and have been very supportive of what we are trying to achieve by showcasing local talent and highlighting truly stunning art. Tom’s works are not only striking to look at, they are also very affordable, which makes them truly accessible.”
For more information on Bar Opus, visit www.baropus.co.uk