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London Motorcycle Museum - Art Exhibition



The London Motorcycle Museum will be hosting a motorcycle art exhibition on Sunday the 9th June 2013 at its West London home.

In addition to the 200 British machines on permanent display, many of which themselves could be classed as works of art, will be a number of classic bike artists displaying their paintings and drawings, along with some other less obvious forms of art.


Well known classic artist Ian Cater of http://www.motorcycleartuk.com heads the bill along with Chris Scott showing his unique style of sixties paintings using biker meeting places as inspiration, to name just two of those exhibiting.  

The innovative team from Brit Bike Art, http://www.britbikeart.com will also be showing how you can sneak an engine into the living room. All with be offering a chance to buy examples of their work in print form, or if you are lucky an original or two.


For those who regard their own machine as the only art form they need, top motorcycle photographer Mykel Nicolaou will be on hand to photograph your bike in a mobile studio setting presenting you with a series of images good enough to frame.




So if you are looking for a destination to ride out to, or you are on the way back from the TT races then the museum will be open as usual between 10am and 4pm with the added bonus that you could take home or have posted, a future sought after work of art for your own gallery.