SELECTED PAINTINGS

Untitled Promenade Painting (Bombardment for Theo Jones)
Untitled Trees Painting (Westerplatte)
Untitled Barrier Painting (Westerplatte)
Untitled Awning Painting (Chelsea Hotel)
Untitled Fences Painting (Tempelhof)
Untitled Garden Painting (Ramones)
Untitled Crossing Painting (Guillotine)
Untitled Wall Painting (Gold Rush)
Untitled Doors Painting (Pupin Lab)
Untitled Grate Painting (Marilyn)
Untitled Yard Painting (Harold)
Untitled Yard Painting (Albert)
Untitled Flowers Painting (KB for Ettrick)
Untitled Lamp Painting (Room 253)
Untitled Slab Painting
Untitled Club Painting
Untitled Black Door Painting (304)
Untitled Monkey Painting
Untitled Well Painting
Untitled Malecon Painting
Untitled Flowers Painting (DB)
Untitled Canal Painting
Untitled Flowers Painting 1
Untitled Flowers Painting 2
Untitled Flowers Painting 3
Untitled Bench Painting (15/06/96)
Untitled Postbox Painting (15/06/96)
Untitled Alley Painting
Untitled Bridge Painting
Untitled Gutter Painting
Untitled Path Painting
Untitled Pit Painting
Untitled Red Gate Painting
Untitled Platform Painting
 

Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

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All images courtesy of the artist. © Narbi Price 2010-2020. All Rights Reserved.

Untitled Flowers Painting (DB)

Acrylic on Canvas, 91x122cm, 2017. Shaun Keaveny’s voice on BBC 6music was unusually subdued in the morning of January 16th 2016 as my radio came to life at 7am. David Bowie had died, just a couple of days after his 69th birthday and the release of his remarkable swansong ‘Blackstar’.  My painting shows the site where he stood on the cover of the iconic 1972 record The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, as it looked a few days after his death. The location had been on my list of sites of cultural importance to paint for a long time, and it took on an extra level of poignancy as it was transformed into a makeshift shrine, fans from all over the world leaving their messages of confusion, grief and love. The painting took over a year to complete.