Artist Kerry Zacharia is proud to present her first central London solo art exhibition near St Paul’s Cathedral, opening on Tuesday 20th March for three weeks through Easter.

The theme for this show is London, entitled “London in Different Dimensions.” This exhibition will be hosted by The Salvation Army at their International Headquarters within their Gallery 101 space. A Private View will be held from 5:30pm to 8:30pm on Wednesday 21st March. The show will close on Friday 6th April.

In this exhibition, Kerry aims to engage her audience in a very decisive way with her expressive and highly individual graphic line style, taking them on a journey through familiar urban scenes of this great City of London. They will experience how her everyday life, inspired by simple and uplifting sometimes spiritual moments, has been turned into a unique collection of paintings.

Her London art is deeper than the instant connection it forms, especially when closely observed her audience will be guided via the energy of her lines, allowing for any mysteries to unfold and connections to be formed thus making the whole experience of viewing her art ‘different.’

Kerry was born and raised in North London and is of Greek-Cypriot ethnic origin. Creative talent was present in her as a child; however, her career took her on a different path. Her passion for art long remained and at the age of 53, she has managed to establish quite a following. As a self-taught artist, Kerry has not been influenced by any art training and relies on her own inspirations and inner vision to guide and develop her art practice. Her art is largely received as “different”, “energising” and “mysterious” and as her having a unique and recognisable style. Someone once went on to describe it as “Van Gogh from another dimension.”

In conjunction with this exhibition, Kerry will be running a fundraising event to raise awareness and money to help support the great work of The Salvation Army. People engaging in her fundraising event will not only be entitled to a generous discount on buying her original art, but will be helping Kerry raise even more money as her employer, Telereal Trillium, will ‘Charity Match’ her donations.

Gallery 101, The Salvation Army International Headquarters, 101 Queen Victoria Street, London, EC4V 4EH. Open Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm (closed Good Friday/Easter Monday). Nearest Stations: Blackfriars, Mansion House and St Paul’s.


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