NEW SILKSCREEN RELEASE & SOLO EXHIBITION

**EXCLUSIVE ONLINE OFFER**

Snap up Joe's latest limited edition silkscreen release, the spectacular 'Stirring Up A Storm', at an exclusive pre-show discount using the codes 'LOSTANDFOUND' (regular edition) or 'DDLOSTANDFOUND' for the Diamond Dust edition.

The first 'early bird' shoppers to order a print from 9am on Saturday 21 April will receive £50 off.  

To take advantage of this offer please click here

 A donation will be made to The Rainforest Foundation UK from the sale of each 'Stirring Up A Storm' silkscreen print.

**Solo exhibition at For Arts Sake Gallery - Private View Thursday 26th April 2018 6pm - 9pm  until Sunday 20th May 2018 **

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Saatchi Gallery group show

'Super Conductor II' is now on display at the Saatchi Gallery as part of the 'Jealous Needs You' group exhibition. 
The show runs from 5th January - 16th February 2017.

Peace One Day Charity Auction

Joe has produced a new painting for the 'Peace One Day' charity auction.

All proceeds of the painting sale go to the 'Peace One Day' to promote awareness for the worlds official day of peace.

The auction is online on www.paddle8.com from 21st September.

Other artists involved in the auction include Anthony Gormley, Damien Hirst, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Marc Quinn, Barry Reigate, Dan Baldwin, Harland Miller, Nacy Fouts and more.

Silkscreen prints of this painting are available to preorder at www.joewebbart.com/store

Peace On Day - Charity Auction

On the 15th December the art auction at the RAC club in Pall Mall saw £150k raised in aid of Peace One Day charity. The works of Joe Webb and The Connor Brothers were amongst other artists such as Dan Baldwin and Nancy Fouts to be auctioned off in aid of the charity that has successfully campaigned for unanimous adoption by all UN member states for a day of ceasefire and non-violence on the 21st September. Peace One Day is working to institutionalise the day to make it self-sustaining. Joe's print Gold Embrace raised almost £2000 for the cause. Read more here