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Talks & Lectures - John Byrne and Peter Capaldi in conversation
John Byrne established his dominance in the comics industry during the late 70's to mid 80's with classic work that made the Uncanny X-Men into Marvel's flagship title. A definite Byrne style of drawing faces, figures, and scenery etched its way into the consciousness of fans everywhere.
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News , Print. Leading Scottish artist John Byrne has unveiled a striking new limited edition print to support the fundraising campaign for the redevelopment of Aberdeen Art Gallery. The special limited edition print has been produced thanks to the generosity of Peacock Visual Arts PVA printmaking studio in Aberdeen. Proceeds from the sale of the print will go directly to the Inspiring Art and Music fundraising campaign. The scale of this project is unprecedented in Aberdeen. A fundraising campaign is under way.
John Byrne has revealed he will even allow students and school pupils to buy the work in interest-free instalments. The artist, who wrote the award-winning TV series Tutti Frutti, will sell six of the paintings he has created for a solo show in Aberdeen to young people. The year-old, who lives in Edinburgh, has described the move as an experiment which he has pledged to repeat if it proves successful and admits he is relying on potential buyers to be genuine art enthusiasts. Some 40 new works will be on display from 19 October. The idea is people pay what they can afford. Gallery owner Duane Mead has agreed to waive any commission on the six pieces to help keep their price down. As a young student in the United States, I bought a Samuel Palmer etching under these exact circumstances.
As a result, he is a long-standing supporter of local charity, The Teapot Trust which is dedicated to providing professional art therapy in a medical environment to children coping with chronic illness. In particular, they focus on supporting children suffering from complex rheumatological diseases, including Lupus. Their art therapists work in medical settings, including clinics, hospital wards, and hospices to support children coping with the emotional and mental strain that so often accompanies their battle with illness. As well as being a critically acclaimed writer for the theatre and for television, John Byrne is a highly accomplished painter. This is a particularly fine example and we are delighted to be selling it on behalf of the Teaport Trust.
The comedian, musician, presenter and actor added a new string to his bow in fine art. After working as a welder in Glaswegian shipyards in the s, Billy became a folk singer and comedian. These were later turned into part of Glasgow's official mural trail. His art has also been likened to cave paintings from the Aurignacian period 40,, BC. While his characters are anonymous, their charming simplicity is undeniable. My art is pure and unjudged; I am creating it for myself.