The Laboratory Arts Collective

ART AT THE BRITISH RESIDENCE TO CELEBRATE THE 90TH OSCAR NOMINEES

To celebrate the Oscars, this years British nominees gathered at the British Residence by invitation of Consul General Mike Howells and BAFTA L.A. chairman Kieran Breen. The Laboratory Arts Collective and Evelyn Cantacuzène-Spéransky gathered a group of distinguished British artists to exhibit their work in celebration of creativity.

From icons Mick Jagger and Davide Bowie to Gary Oldman and Tilda Swinton, the walls hummed with excellence. Artists presenting were Carinthia West, The Douglas Brothers, Gavin Evans, David Eddington, Jeremy Kidd and the sculptures of Caroline PM Jones. Nominees Gary Oldman, Andy Serkis, James Ivory and many more creative minds gathered in celebration of British film at the Oscars.

Vacant Lot and Suburban Living, 2010 by David Eddington

  HOPE  by Caroline PM Jones

HOPE by Caroline PM Jones

  Gary Oldman  by Gavin Evans

Gary Oldman by Gavin Evans

  Malibu Sunset, Mick Jagger,  1976 by Carinthia West

Malibu Sunset, Mick Jagger, 1976 by Carinthia West

  Saddleback, Desert with Windmills , by Jeremy Kidd

Saddleback, Desert with Windmills, by Jeremy Kidd

  Tilda  by The Douglas Brothers

Tilda by The Douglas Brothers

CONGRATULATIONS TO LABORATORY CONTRIBUTOR (IN BUILD EDITION) GARY OLDMAN FOR WINNING BEST ACTOR. Hip hip hooray.