Brand new art at Harpenden gallery
THE OUTPOURING of public affection towards Cadbury s following their recent takeover prompted artist Peter Ado Kotka to consider how people become attached to their favourite brands. And the outcome of those musings can be seen at his exhibition at the A&
THE OUTPOURING of public affection towards Cadbury's following their recent takeover prompted artist Peter Ado Kotka to consider how people become attached to their favourite brands.
And the outcome of those musings can be seen at his exhibition at the A&K Wilson Gallery in Station Approach, Harpenden, this month.
Peter is a painter of classical still life who specialises in wine-related pieces. But in the wake of Cadbury's, he sat down to paint the nation's most iconic products including Birds Custard, Marmite, Colmans Mustard, Bisto, Robertson's Gold Shred and Bassets Jelly Babies.
Still on his shopping list and to be committed to canvas are Lea & Perrins, Tetleys Tea, Branston Pickle and HP Sauce.
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Further details of the exhibition can be found at www.akwilsongallery.co.uk
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