Two artists joined together to create the November show for Art in the Underbelly, which culminated in an opening night that brought the audience one step closer to the creative process they explore.
TXLW and As One created illustrative, street art and graffiti influenced works directly onto the walls and during the opening night whilst being soundtracked by one of Norwich's finest DJ's, The Anthropologist. For Tasha, this marked her return to her native Norwich, for As One this marked his first show in our fine city.
Tasha's work is inspired by idioms, phrases, cosmic thoughts, nature, pattern and the little funny creatures she creates when she is drawing. Inspirations she has drawn on whilst creating murals with the Sketch City collective in Manchester as well as solo work for the Free for Arts Festival, Unconvention festival, The Chinese Arts Center and Berlin.
West Midlands based As One is influenced by the comics he read whilst making his first graphic explorations with crayons at an early age. Inspired by a nomadic lifestyle that has seen him travel across the world, As One creates bold, striking, graffiti style pieces both in public spaces and on gallery walls.
For more information, photos of the show and to keep up-to-date with Art in the Underbelly events, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.rumseywells.co.uk
Video shot and edited by Humdrum