N.O.D urban art is on at the art space in 4 Piccadilly Place until 30th March. The initials stand for Nigel O'Donnell, with this his début exhibition. I really like some of the striking images of women, men and skulls that are on display. This piece is on sale for about £300.
Nigel is a local artist and says the following about his art: "I draw inspiration from many styles of art that relate to the beauty of the human form and the darker side of city life with its controversial, hedonistic allures. I have a passion for the urban lifestyle and my main interests are urban art, street art, graffiti and visual forms inspired by urban architecture and fashion. Most commonly, I work with mixed media: multi-layer stencils, spray paints, acrylic and textiles. I aims to provide my customers with an original and competitively-priced alternative to the mass produced art available on the high street".
Although not strictly murals, I feel that there is an energy and inspiration in N.O.D that comes from the street art often seen from around the world, so this post is Linked to Monday Murals at the Oakland Daily Photo blog.