In December EndoftheLine and Chrom.Art present ‘TetraChrome’ a solo show of artworks produced by artist and large-scale painter Jim Vision during the London Covid lockdown. Artwork will be displayed in the new chrom.gallery in Dalston. These fantastical paintings of hope represent a change of pace for an artist usually found painting large walls and buildings.
Certainly not one to play it small, since 2005 Jim has been on his own personal rampage to beautify the urban scenery – with a slew of monstrously large murals that many would have already seen gracing whole buildings from London’s Brick Lane to Manchester’s Northern Quarter. His clients include such major names as Netflix and Marvel; and yet the London-based artist has remained active at the grassroots level too – pursuing both independent art and community projects.
On show for the first time ‘TetraChrome’ is a handpicked selection of Jim’s art, produced during the unprecedented period of the London Lockdown.
The show will also be broadcasted live on social media for those unable to attend in person. A full print range of exhibition artworks is available at sizes to suit all walls.Showcasing a special print from Jim’s Colourful Women Series, bright and beautiful murals painted in the streets of London in 2020, celebrating women of colour.
Jim Vision is a visionary artist and painter of large-scale murals whose drive has changed the face of walls in East London since 2005. A leading protagonist of contemporary street art culture Jim’s talent has taken him across the UK and from Tahiti to Buenos Aires, Miami to Mexico. Jim’s subject matter often features thought-provoking issues, both environmental and political, intertwined with fantastical, colourful often apocalyptic visions of the past, present and future.
Check out below for more images of the “TetraChrome”.