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Inga Fillary

Ekaterina Dimieva

Trevor Newman


In 2022 painting is disrupted, and painting continues to disrupt.

Here 4 painters bring together material, gestural, geometric and optical renditions

of the disruptive power of painting. The disruption affects the picture surface, the scale and perspective, as well as the ideas around the homogeneity and predictability of our pre-packed, prescribed realities, and the material conditions of being.

Painting is here to disrupt, not to soothe or pamper

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Jude Nye Juliette Laird Lucy Pierpoint Lyn Dallison Marlyne Jackson

5 artists go out on a branch/branch out to see what they can see and do.

In a sense our homes become our branch offies in 2020 and for varied reasons

we've been drawn to trying new ideas, using our familiar materials differently-pushing

out in new directions, going out on a limb, but still driven by an internal flow of thought,

seen in the use of materials, techniques and subject matter.

By developing new forms, playing with scale and colour, subject matter, re-arranging

and pruning, we hope that these new branches generate some new flowers and leaves in your imagination

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"We weathered all things, large and small, with the same vigor", Patti Smith.

This exhibition by printmakers Celia Walker and Toni Mosley brings together works that reflect how we weather differently. The last few years have found us all in situations that have taken a toll on us physically and mentally. Each piece explores the physical surface of places, spaces and objects. They are faded, layered, dismantled and reconfigured.

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