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17 Osborn Street, London E1 6TD, United Kingdom

I Used To Be Happy

StolenSpace Gallery

2 September - 10 October

Ezra has painted his many experiences, emotions, and feelings onto canvas, and explored them using his character ‘Happy the Clown’, as a reflection of himself to portray his message. His character, ‘Happy’, is often portrayed as the opposite of his name in Ezra’s work, as his image is instead used as a way to cope with events in the world around us today. Ezra encourages the viewer to use his work as a device to tap into their own feelings, and connect on an emotional level.

“My creative process is really simple, I feel something sad and I paint and vice versa. Creative ideas usually come from personal emotions. So in reality I’m sharing my feelings with the viewer through my paintings. It’s sort of a visual diary of my personal thoughts.’ – Ezra Brown.

17 Osborn Street, E1 6TD


01/09/22

6-9 pm

Ezra has painted his many experiences, emotions, and feelings onto canvas, and explored them using his character ‘Happy the Clown’, as a reflection of himself to portray his message. His character, ‘Happy’, is often portrayed as the opposite of his name in Ezra’s work, as his image is instead used as a way to cope with events in the world around us today. Ezra encourages the viewer to use his work as a device to tap into their own feelings, and connect on an emotional level.


Getting to: StolenSpace Gallery

The gallery is 1 minutes walk from Aldgate East station. Alternatively, Liverpool Street, Tower Gateway stations and Shoreditch High Street overground station are approximately 15 minutes walks from the gallery.

Buses: The 25, 205 and 254 stop on Whitechapel High-street. .

Please contact Transport for London for detailed travel advice tfl.gov.uk.

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