Some would argue that Parliament comprises of a cross section of people gathered from all walks of life, while others less charitable in their opinions might concur that it’s populated by headless chickens wandering aimlessly this way and that, from one controversial decision to another. Whichever way YOU choose to look at Craig Alan’s latest hand-embellished and monikered boxed canvas though, there’s at least some commons ground to be sought; and that’s in the universal appreciation of the graphic lengths the peerless contemporary fine art exponent has gone to so as to create this unique portrayal of a British institution.
Entitled ‘People’s Parliament’, the much talked about Alan has clearly done it* again in the very context of his brand new Spring 2016 pictorial reveal witnessed hereabouts. Limited to a much debated 95 compositional instances, this ‘power to the people’ canvas iteration measures some 36” x 30”, and would instantly declare its monumental artistic presence in an array of diverse modern urban space-fronting settings. Which of course you could be privy to if you express your honourable purchasing intentions ASAP.
*excelled himself, both graphically and imaginatively