Showcasing the artworks of Julio Cesar Osorio and Louie McManus

Julio Cesar Osorio: "Childhood Spring"

Louie McManus: "Manic Man"

Selected works by former prisoners in the heart of London’s Law District

Exhibition runs from Friday 12th June till 5th July 2015

Introducing Julio Cesar and Louie McManus - two former prisoners who learned their trade serving five and eleven year prison sentences in some of Britain's most notorious jails.

The exhibited paintings portray a range of feelings, internal conflicts, emotions and desires; all of which were experienced through incarceration.

Now free, and challenging convention, Julio Cesar and Louie McManus are testament to the fact that art is a viable means of rehabilitation.

“It wasn't until I'd reached the depths of despair that art entered my life and gave me the salvation I needed.” Julio Cesar

“An artist not afraid to share his inner most thoughts, feelings and emotions.” - Dean Stalham, ‘Made Corrections’

“You can see from his work what a creative and resourceful individual Julio is, and also how, despite limited, cramped circumstances, a dedicated, resilient person can find a means to creating great art.”

The Award winning artists would like to invite you along to their first major exhibition: An event that “celebrates true freedom of expression.”


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