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"Life is beautiful. Always" - An inspiring evening of Art and Music with the artist Marcel Schreur in Kingston upon Thames.

Press Releases   •   Apr 11, 2017 14:53 BST

Marcel Schreur, the original Dutch artist works and lives in Kingston upon Thames. Having survived cancer twice, coming back from vascular dementia and still heavily affected by the diseases, he is bleeding his experiences and love for life onto the canvas and into his sculptures. This Spring he will bring over 40 of his works to a perfect platform, All Saints Church, the place where England began

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"Nowhere to hide" sculpture awarded at successful London Art Biennale.

Press Releases   •   Apr 04, 2017 09:20 BST

Kingston based Marcel Schreur saw his sculpture take a third prize at the prestigious London Art Biennale.120 artists from 40 countries gathered in the Chelsea Old Town Hall last week to celebrate the gift of art.Thousands people flooded into this beautiful venue and impressive art exhibition over the course of 5 days,opened by the Mayor of Kensington Chelsea,Councillor Mrs. Elizabeth Rutherford

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Supermodel Eve to attend the London Art Biennale in Chelsea.

Press Releases   •   Mar 21, 2017 09:42 GMT

Wednesday the 29th of March sees the start of the London Art Biennale at the Chelsea Old Town Hall. 120 artists from 40 countries will be showing their work at this prestigious and beautiful venue on the Kings Road in London. Marcel Schreur, one of the selected artists, creates largely to affect positive societal, if not humanitarian, change underpinned by his mantra: Life Is Beautiful, Always.

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Creativity and hope. The Prince's Trust's 'Evening of Art' to mark it's 40th anniversary was celebrated in style

Press Releases   •   Oct 14, 2016 15:47 BST

Globally-renowned artist Darren Baker hosted an art auction at his gallery on Charlotte Street in London.He called on his friends and peers including world renowned pop artist Sir Peter Blake,Marcel Schreur - dubbed the ‘21st century Van Gogh’,and Conrad Shawcross to help raising vital funds for the youth charity.Hosted by Samantha Bond and David Harper the evening celebrated creativity and hope.

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"21st century grandson of Van Gogh". Istanbul embraces Marcel Schreur.

Press Releases   •   Oct 27, 2015 13:07 GMT

Marcel Schreur, the original Dutch artist, just came back from a 6 day solo exhibition in Tuzla, Istanbul. The artist was warmly embraced by the local public, artist community, intelligentsia and children alike. Hailed as the 21st century Grandson of Van Gogh. The cross cultural and cross denominationalart show, "Life is Beautiful. Always", was well received in this vibrant metropolis.

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Global Forum on Migration and development this week in Istanbul. Marcel Schreur to inspire world leaders through art.

Press Releases   •   Oct 13, 2015 22:30 BST

Around 150 countries will gather from 12 to 16 October 2015 in Istanbul for the 8th Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) Summit Meeting taking place under the Chairmanship of Turkey.The Turkish GFMD Summit comes amidst heightened global attention on migrants’ plight.Marcel Schreur,amongst other artist migrants,is hoping to inspire world leaders through an art exhibition at this venue.

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Chianciano Biennale 2015. Marcel Schreur to show "Bella Italia".

Press Releases   •   Aug 11, 2015 16:51 BST

Schreur has been invited to the prestigious Chianciano Biennale.The Chianciano Museum of Art hosts 120 artist from over 40 countries.A multicultural art extravaganza in the heart of the Tuscany.He shares his new expression in landscapes and portraiture.The renown collection of the museum will,for this special occasion,be shown in famous and historical sites across this ancient spa town.Wonderful.

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"We create to Inspire! We inspire to create peace!". The Japan creativity Biennale was a great success.

News   •   Apr 22, 2017 13:05 BST

Kyoto is one of the most ancient and beautiful cities in the world, which was once upon a time Japan’s Capital for more than 1000 years In the spirit of this celebration, Art Quake Kyoto 2017 was held in a very prestigious venue,the Museum of Kyoto.Marcel Schreur, the London based artist, showed his work together with artists from around the globe in this niche for creative and cultural immersion.

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"Life is beautiful. Always" - An inspiring summer evening of Art and Music with the artist Marcel Schreur in Kingston upon Thames.

Press Releases   •   Jun 02, 2016 13:11 BST

Marcel Schreur,the original,Dutch born artist works and lives in Kingston upon Thames.Having survived cancer twice,coming back from vascular dementia and still heavily affected by the diseases,he is bleeding his experiences and love for life onto the canvas.This summer he will bring more than 40 of his works to "The place where England began".Some of his larger works have not been shown in public.

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Merry Christmas and a wonderful festive season to you and all your loved ones. Hopefully.

Blog posts   •   Dec 21, 2015 15:33 GMT

"The Nativity" - 'A Light has come into the world. Jesus is his name.Celebrating this wonderful time of the year with your loved ones is fantastic. Rest, share, enjoy. Hopefully. My thoughts go out to all the people who are deprived of these important but often neglected sentiments. Reach out, if you can. Bring people out of isolation, if you can. Have a great time."Life is beautiful. Always".

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About Marcel Schreur

Art with Heart

I wish for my art to create a universe from a viewpoint of peace and tranquillity. I intend for my works to be expressive and passionate while delicate in shape and composition. I very much like to work with colours and spend quality time on the execution but also on the concepts that I am trying to communicate eloquently. I believe that my work can be defined as "Art of the Mind" but also as "Art of the Spirit", touching upon ideas and sentiments that are important and too often neglected. I like my paintings to be able to speak to and intrigue the viewer.