Exhibition | Stuart Dalzell's new impressionist paintings set to go on display this July

The paintings were inspired by the golden age of glam rock



Lipstick and Heels, and DragonHeaded Boogie, no we’re not talking about a Friday night out.

These are titles of Stuart Dalzell’s impressionist paintings, inspired by the golden age of glam rock.


His kaleidoscopic pieces are inspired by cult albums from Seventies icons such as David Bowie, T-Rex and pioneering gay rock star Jobriath.

“It was decadent, shocking, glamorous, and incredibly exciting,” Stuart says of the movement, which he’s been obsessed with since his teens.

In his hands, that era lives on — with a fabulously abstract new twist. 

Find out more information about Stuart on his website here:

Icons — The Glam Rock Years is at The Blake Gallery, Gravesend, 11-18 July and Clerkenwell Gallery, London, 24-28 July.

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