‘Pop! Goes The Easel’: Art Exhibition by Kerwin Blackburn

Cathedral Quarter

Norwich-born artist Kerwin Blackburn will be exhibiting his vibrant music-inspired Pop Art paintings in Norwich School’s Crypt Gallery (situated next to Norwich Cathedral) for two weeks between 21st November – 4th December. It will be Kerwin’s largest display of his paintings since exhibiting in New York in 2022.

See Kerwin’s stunning paintings of the world’s favourite music icons – created in his signature Jackson Pollock-inspired ‘action painting’ style – and meet the artist himself during his latest solo exhibition of his brand ‘By Kerwin’, as he exhibits at the historic setting of the Crypt Gallery for the second time (Kerwin is pictured here during his 2022 exhibition).

Kerwin’s unique and vibrant Pop Art portrait paintings fuse the spontaneous energy of Jackson Pollock’s ‘action painting’ technique with the iconic Pop Art style of Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. It’s a mashup that captures the spirit of the world’s favourite music icons in a bold celebration of colour and creativity.

As well as providing an opportunity to witness his colourful paintings in-person, this exhibition also offers the chance to chat with the man behind the art. Kerwin will be hosting the exhibition and on-hand to share the stories behind each piece and insights into his own art journey.

Kerwin will also have a range of prints, merchandise and unique hand-painted gifts for sale at the exhibition (including a Limited Edition range of must-have Norwich City-themed painted vinyl records) – making this a must-see event for art and music lovers, and for anyone seeking Christmas gifts inspiration.

The exhibition, ‘Pop! Goes The Easel’ is open 9am – 5pm Monday to Saturday, with free entry. Read more about Kerwin’s exhibition on his website: https://www.bykerwin.com/new-solo-art-exhibition-pop-goes-the-easel-norwich-nov-23/