Earth, Spirit and Soul: Dee Wild, Kimberley Money, Ian Barrowcliffe, Nelson Were
From 4 August 2017 to 9 August 2017
10am to 4pm
You are invited to the Private View: Thursday 3 August 7pm to 10pm
For more information about this exhibition, please call 07968 178609
‘Earth, Spirit and Soul’ is alchemy of creative elements, combining works from a diverse range of materials, techniques and processes. This group of individual artists have come together from the North and South of England to contribute elements of their practice to collaboratively present this eclectic exhibition.
Each drawing upon their own experiences of this Earth, they express their passion through the representations of the objective and subjective states of being. With structure and form integral to the artwork and design of its participants, this exhibition combines direct formal representations and abstraction. The exhibition includes pieces in precious metal, leather, glass, paint, print and pastel.
Kimberley Money uses traditional methods of drawing, painting and print in her contemporary portrayals of the physical form, representing kaleidoscopic synchronistic contrasts of states of being within humanity.
Ian Barrowcliffe – It is said, “That when a passion absorbs one. It becomes an addiction”.
The variety of expressions that are created using this volatile medium are endless, from the day man started melting sand, to the exquisite masterpieces that are on permanent exhibition today are simply mind-blowing, saying this, one needs to have the initial passion, like a seed it continues to grow and blossom.Glass Sculpture born of the artists fascination with wildlife and its perfect portrayal in glass.
Dee Wild – An instinctive artist working mainly in oils, whose love of landscape work is coloured by her years as a theatre designer and the need to create something away from the traditional representation in diversity of style and subject is her norm. Hence – In honour of the soul weekend, we also have a little bit of soul..
Nelson Were – A London Fashion Graduate working in leather to produce exquisite handbags, designed and manufactured by hand in Thanet.