The Music Maker is from Marc Gooderham's series of paintings concentrating on some of London's decaying and unique architecture. Beautiful and decorative buildings that appear desolate, living on amidst an ever-evolving city. The layers of paint applied to Wilton's Music Hall exterior over the years chime with the generations of Londoners ushered through her doors to enjoy music, variety and spectacle. Even if you’ve ever passed the building you can imagine the revelry and cabaret emanating from within. Though paint may fade, Wilton's Music Hall remains one of the most colourful places in the east end.
To read our interview with Marc Gooderham visit the OC&K Blog.