Iraq Front line Photographer Peter Masters & Poppy Man/Celebrity Portrait Artist Paul Crow will be exhibiting to the public in the fantastic new Skinzophrenic Tattoo Studio on Sunday the 19th of March 2017.
The tattoo studio recently relocated to Aubrey Street and took on a grand new image complete with murals on the ceiling that bring the Sistine Chapel to mind. The exhibition will be open to the public from 11am and the artists will be accepting offers and commission requests.
Skinzophrenic Tattoos, 40 Aubrey Street, Hereford, Herefordshire HR4 0BU
For Inquiries contact 01432 358696
Feature Photo: Left – Peter Masters Right – Paul Crow
Read More about Peter Masters Exhibition here https://herefordcitycentric.com/2017/02/18/born-into-war-peter-masters-iraq-frontline-photographry-exhibition-skinzophrenic-hereford/
Read More about Paul Crow’s Exhibition here https://herefordcitycentric.com/2017/02/24/born-into-excess-paul-crow-exhibition-skinzophrenic-tattoos-hereford/
Skinzophrenic Tattoos on Aubrey Street in the city centre of Hereford will be hosting an art exhibition featuring two artists, two worlds and two different art mediums.
The private viewing will take place on March 18th commencing at 8:00 pm and will be open to the public on March 19th from 11 am.
Skinzophrenic Tattoos, 40 Aubrey Street, Hereford HR4 0BU Telephone 01432 358696 Facebook Page HERE
BORN INTO WAR – THE TAKEOVER OF MOSUL
Peter Masters is not your typical business man, he is a fearless adventurer on the side of the good guys who happens to own a Skinzophrenic tattoo studio in Hereford, a Skinzophrenic tattoo studio in Iraq and a laser removal and piercing studio in the works to be located in Hereford’s High Town. It makes you wonder if he is planning to take over the world.
The truth is taking over the world is the least of his concerns, he is a man with a camera, one with guts and a purpose for documenting the war in Iraq, and a man who would gladly leave Western life behind to fight for what he believes in. How he manages to get so close is a matter of speculation…we are just glad he can. It is brave souls like him who put themselves in harrowing situations to show the world the truth about what is really going on at the front line in Iraq that are heroes in this war along with the survivors who live it daily. A photograph cannot lie and can tell a thousand tales.
“What is most eerie is that a young boy is standing in front of the family like a shield, perhaps his father is gone now, you see that he is no longer a child but the lone male defender carrying the burden of responsibility to protect his family on his young shoulders”
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