This exhibition celebrates the work of 17 diverse artists featuring both abstract and semi- abstract works. Here artists use shapes, forms, colour and gestural marks to achieve their desired effect, rather than a realistic depiction of the subject matter.
Martin Bush’s acrylic oil painting The colour of nature is full of vivid hues. His use of broad expressive brush strokes brings to mind energy and growth. Demetri Tsouris in his work Pink skies-orange fields uses gestural brush strokes to achieve a spontaneous effect that is expressive, evoking emotion in the viewer. Whilst Daniel Loveday in Illuminate XVII makes use of extensive symbols rendered in both shapes and colours to depict aspects of existence and imagination.
See the full range here >> https://www.artgallerysw.co.uk/exhibition-1/
This exhibition shines a spot light on 20 southwest artists and their responses to the unique character of the changing seasons.
Amanda Bee in her atmospheric work Snow on Dartmoor and Zee Jones in her work Snow in March both depict the moorland and landscape frozen under a blanket of snow whilst the silhouette of a lone fox in a snowy winter wood inspires Andrew Service. Change of Season an abstract painting by David Robinson that celebrates the flora of the natural world in a painting full of energy and growth.
See the full range here >> https://www.artgallerysw.co.uk/seasons/
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