Outlands : New Paintings, Drawings
Reliefs & Etchings
AT THE ARCHITECT'S GALLERY
29th November 2012- March 2012
Outlands is an exhibition that brings together a vision of how artists, in the remotest corners of their minds' eye, see the world around them. Each of them, individual and unique producing mesmeric works. We can start to understand how they see the world around them.
To evoke powerful emotions and ideas in the viewer has always been Stephen's main desire. Many of his landscapes are inspired and completed "en plein air" in Dorset.
Orsi hopes to give some depth to her virtual snapshots by applying a private freedom upon her subject, creating a special figuralism.
Based on scenes along the Welsh coastline, 'Hiraeth' plays a major part in the theme of his work. Although each place is unique, they all have a distinctive character and that is what motivates him to paint.
His work describes the connection between reality and dreams, myth and the everyday. Where are we? What are we seeing?
For John its all about the material, when he has an image in mind he immediately starts to visualize the transition from 2D to 3D and explore the possibilities of bringing a flat surface to life.
Bozena works in several media such as; 3D Fiber Art, drawing, painting, graphics tech. and painting on silk. A leading theme in her works is the world of human senses reflected in formal elements of composition.
Having worked for advertising agencies in New York City & Tokyo, Mitsushige started to create etchings for advertisement, show window displays and children's books. It was this that influenced his very unique style.
Alex is drawn towards locations within the environment that are not defined by place or setting,but by how they exist, the space they create and how they are perceived.
Robin has never stopped learning new skills, dedicating more of his time to painting and drawing techniques and over the last 2 years he has exhibited his work at various London galleries including the Bankside Gallery and the Saatchi Collection.
Chris believes it's important to stay true to your vision when creating a piece of art or any other work. The integrity and socio-political commentry are an essential sign
of our times.
The dates and exhibitions shown are provisional and may be changed without notice. If you would like upto date information on the forthcoming exhibitions please contact the gallery.