Tuesday, 28 February 2012

Eunice Olumide, Richard Wilson and Anthony Fawcett have afternoon tea!


It was during thee most hectic fashion week that I’ve had forever, that I bumped into Richard Wilson with my good friend Anthony Fawcett (auto biographer, PA and best friend to the legendary John Lennon and Yoko Ono) who has now dubbed me his new ‘Muse’.

Eunice Olumide & Richard Wilson

I had just finished an early DJ set at one of London’s most exclusive hot spots and private member’s bars and was headed to meet the boy’s at the exquisitely fabulous Sketch.  We sat down at a lovely wee centre table where we indulged in some marvelous beverages accompanied by the famous club sandwich!  Among so many of this artists fantastic achievements his permanent installation at the Saatchi Gallery is quite simply one of thee most enigmatic and charismatic pieces of work that is capable of luring in the unsuspecting viewer into a heroic illusion.  In fact, the piece is so engaging that it is inevitable that you will be both enchanted and perplexed by its unique yet insightful but still sincere nature.   When you look at this masterpiece from a distance it has an almost holographic effect, and we are exposed to the most delectable pool and space that encompasses truly stunning architecture.  It is in fact a tributary of oil!  Not to give too much more away, it is definitely something that when you are in town you will find irresistible and tremendously awe-inspiring.  Perfect for Afternoon tea!  China, Beijing,  and  at our very own Edinburgh Festival! This is a must see experience . . . .

Richard has worked all over the world and has had a fantastic career with his work being exhibited everywhere from the Tate Modern, to the Lodger in Valeria Belvedere, Milan as well as the Butterfly, Platform

Check out all the information you need on Richard Wilson’s work directly on the Saatchi Gallery Website here: http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/

Article by Eunice Olumide, epp4uandme@googlemail.com, www.epp4u.co.uk

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