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SUNDAY FAVOURITE | VIC REEVES 'BIRDS'

February 17th 2013
When Vic Reeves has a show, it’s everywhere and everyone knows about it. He is a comedy genius, a national treasure who is incredibly hard-working and dedicated to his craft. It's amazing that inbetween filming a new sitcom as well as The Ministry of Curious Stuff, he has found time for a solo art show and last week, along with Reeve's showbiz colleagues and his many friends, Angie and I went to see what it was all about. Fellow comics Lee Mack, Morgana Robinson, Paul Kaye and Charlie Higson were also there, along with journalists from The Sun and the Evening Standard.

Angie has been working with Vic Reeves for a number of years but it was the first solo show of his that I've been to. It was so much fun to meet him; his character proved to be as weird and wonderful as his artwork. Donning a fetching tweed suit and waxed moustache, he entertained everyone with the many intriguing stories behind his artwork. A favourite for me was his distinctly bizarre vision for a futuristic aircraft which was flanked by portraits of Churchill and a very regal Queen Victoria.

Despite being well known for his career in comedy, Vic Reeves has always maintained that first and foremost he is a painter and chatting to him at his show I realised how much of a soft spot he has for the birds which he published with us back in 2005. As well as the 12 lithographs he produced, original paintings have followed including Great Tit, 2012, who boldy surveys us from his lofty perch and the plump-bodied Blue Tit who sways nonchalantly beneath a slender branch.

This coming March, Eyestorm will be showing Vic Reeves' birds at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea, London. Favourite lithographs including Rook and Water Rail will be showcased among new works from 2012 and 2013. They are a must-see altogether, a true chorus of colour and character. Tickets for AAF Battersea will be available through Eyestorm very soon so stay tuned for their release.
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