During DAY 4 of client Jamie Wilkinson's debut solo exhibition - something beautiful happened.
Your house is on fire. Not ideal. The last thing on your mind should be "Which of my remarkable pieces of art should I save?", but you know, it's a reasonable question.
Ahead of the third day of client Jamie Wilkinson's stunning new art exhibition, we asked him five questions, including the pointless fire one.
Click above to watch how he answered, and click here for exhibition details.
With crisp gin and fruity mixers flowing freely, celebrity portrait painter Jamie Wilkinson's new exhibition '7' was quite the tonic, especially given the hostile winds outside.
The wait is almost over. Doors soon open to client Jamie Wilkinson's debut solo art exhibition, '7'. In this exclusive interview, just days after his retail contract announcement. we look back to the days he struggled to sell paintings for £20.
'7' exhibition is FREE admission - with FREE DRINKS on opening night [Monday 11 November]. Located just off West Street, Sheffield, this is a limited run exhibition, spanning just 7 nights. Reserve your free opening night drink here
Building a client's profile is never sweeter than when they first see themselves in a print. Following our previous post - celebrating Jamie Wilkinson's new retail contract - here he is, beaming on the feature pages of the Yorkshire Post & Exposed Magazine.
In Jamie's newspaper debut, journalist Laura Reid reports on his celebrity paintings, commenting further on his recent viral video, produced by us. Click here to read. Proud of you, Jamie.
How long does it take to help a client achieve these 3 landmarks:
- their first viral video
- their first newspaper feature
- their first retail contract
Apparently, just under 6 weeks.
Congratulations to celebrity portrait artist Jamie Wilkinson - who just announced his new retail agreement with music, film, TV & sports memorabilia store, Fan Cave. Fan Cave will now sell exclusive artworks from Jamie through their flagship store in Meadowhall shopping centre, Sheffield.
Q: What's better than 10,000 people discovering a talented new artist?
A: 11,000. But that's greedy. Let's focus on the 10,000. Jeez.
Is it reasonable to assume that the world's greatest talents are unknown?
When a new snack brand sends you loads of free nuts in the post, is it: