Archive for Saatchi Gallery

Saatchi to Missing Banksy

Posted in Artwork, arty farty, Banksy, Buildings, Collage, London, observation, Off The Wall with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on February 17, 2016 by lkthayer

Below are snaps taken from a trip to the Saatchi Gallery on 15th February 2016. Such is the amazing amount of diverse talented female artists currently being featured under three banners in the gallery: Champagne Life ~ RevelationsXX: A Moment in Time.  I have also added a collage snap I made using the outside of the building opposite the French Embassy in knightsbridge.  Banksy recently used this building for his now missing artwork depicting his distaste for the treatment of tear gassing refugees camped around Calais. All traces of the Bansky artwork have now been removed and new hoardings plus a coat of cream paint has been added.  Rather than show you that, I have placed some of my own snaps taken during the London trip to include more artwork seen inside the Saatchi Gallery and one from Tooting.



DSCF2211eAlice Anderson

DSCF2072Jelena Bulatic

DSCF2065b Jerusalem Donkey ~  Mia Feuer ~ Champagne Life ~ Julia Wachtel

DSCF2136bMimi S

DSCF2058cAnd yes there was once a Banksy here

Snaps & comment by Mitch Hicks



Mona Simpson @ Gallery

Posted in Artwork, arty farty, Collage, Hmmmmm..., innocent bystander, London, observation, Off The Wall with tags , , , on February 23, 2015 by lkthayer


I could hardly take my eyes off her in the Saatchi Gallery as she looked at Mona Simpson by Nick Walker…. So I snapped the real Mona Simpson looking at Mona Simpson….

Arty snap by Mitch Hicks

Alo ~ Hail to the loser

Posted in Artwork, arty farty, Graffiti, Head, London, observation, Off The Wall with tags , , on July 21, 2014 by lkthayer



From Street Artist to Saatchi Gallery. The very first time I saw Alo on the walls of East London… I was blown away with the colour and design! I’m so pleased the Italian artist is about to make one hell of a splash into the artyfarty art world. I very much hope thou that Alo will still paint on the streets and not just sell out to canvas in galleries.

Alo ” Hail to the Loser” The exhibition runs from 29 July – 18 August 2014 at the Saatchi Gallery, King’s Road, London. Open 10am till 6pm every day. Of course there is still stuff on the streets to admire as well!Snaps from his street art by Mitch Hicks