always talking, must try harder

Monday 29th June - Wednesday 8th July 2015 (Launch event 7pm-9pm on Mon 29th June)
10am - 5pm Mon - Sat

Always talking, must try harder is an exhibition of new works by Edinburgh based artist Badatmath, featuring monochrome oil paintings of the artists’ personal heroes including Tom Waits and Brian Blessed.

All welcome to attend the exhibition launch on Monday 29th June.

The work will be available to purchase upon request.

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