FEAST & FAMINE Exhibition - Layla Andrews
Posted: 13th February 2019
Layla Andrews is presenting her new exhibition FEAST & FAMINE at the Oxo Tower Wharf gallery on London's South Bank, exhibiting mainly large-scale, expressionist and abstract portraiture.
The exhibition will run between 26th February-4th March, 11am-6pm; finishing early on the 4th March at 2pm.
Layla has teamed up with Print Club and Help Refugees for the Choose Love campaign. The exhibition will be an opportunity to purchase Layla's Choose Love prints and the Choose Love T- shirts, with 100% of these profits going towards helping the refugee crisis.
Layla Andrews is a young artist known mainly for her large scale, expressionist and abstract portraits. Layla works closely with companies and charities across the globe including the South African Embassy, Nelson Mandela’s Children’s Charity, WWF UK, Pride London and Help Refugees U.K. creating artwork for promotion or to be auctioned.
Layla has had a variety of exhibitions and continues to produce work and commissions for artists worldwide. Layla's political works have caught the attention of a variety of creatives, including President Obama who praised Layla's portraits and encouraged her to further her art career. Ranging from personal to political, Layla's colourful works provide a vibrant insight into the exploration of modern portraiture.