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Petrolicious Drivers Meeting 12th May

Bicester Heritage will be the venue for the first ever Petrolicious Drivers Meeting on May 12th. If you’ve been to a Sunday Scramble expect similar with significantly greater curation and larger scope. A sort of Scramble-Concours hybrid.The hand-picked group of 200 cars that will be respectfully positioned around the Bicester Heritage site will celebrate tastefulness and diversity. With talks from racing drivers, screenings of new and classic Pet…

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Live Painting at Bicester Sunday Scramble

Historic Car Art will host two artists painting live at the next Bicester Heritage Sunday Scramble on 28th April.The gallery will be taking up residence in the Old Ammunition Store (Building 123 next to the offices) and showcasing artwork by latest two professional artists to join the Historic Car Art portfolio. Simon Britnell and Rev. Adam Gompertz a.k.a REVS Art #thescribblingvicar. R…

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Professional Car Designer Frederic Dams Still Loves Auto Art

Frederic Dams – car designer and illustratorFrederic Dams was born and raised in Belgium, he grew up loving cars and doing artwork. Fred’s father was a real car enthusiast and his passion for the automotive world rubbed off on him. He knew from a young age that he wanted to be a car designer and aimed my studies towards that goal. He did a Masters in product design engineering after which he did an MA in automotive design at Coventry university. …

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Dynamic Impressionism by Car Designer Andrew Barber

Andrew Barber is the latest addition to Historic Car Art’s curated artist collection.Andrew talks to Rupert Whyte of Historic Car Art about his background and influences.RW: What is your background?AB: I have a degree in Automotive Design followed by a career in car design, mainly in design consultancies, but also in manufacturer’s studios in the UK, Sweden, South Korea, and the USA.RW: How would I describe your style?AB: Dynamic impressionism….

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