RedHouse Originals is delighted to present 'A Journey Into Vision & Sound'; an exhibition celebrating the of the work of pioneering Pop Artist Dudley Edwards.
Edwards first came to prominence as co-founder of ground-breaking Pop Art collective BEV with Doug Binder and David Vaughan. Edward's work with the group would go on to define the 'Swingin Sixties' era.
During the mid to late 1960s BEV's psychedelic murals appeared everywhere from the boutiques of Kings Road and Carnaby Street to Paul McCartney's 'Magic Piano' and Dudley's collaborations with artists including Ronnie Lane and Pete Townsend are the stuff of legend.
The exhibition features a selection of limited edition prints documenting the artist's work during the mid to late 1960s. Included in the collection is Ringo's Mural; an image of the installation Edwards painted for the Beatles' drummer while living with him at Sunny Heights in 1968.