We are thrilled to announce our summer exhibition with Kimberley Harris on Saturday 2nd July 1-3pm.
Meet Kimberley in the gallery and view her spectacular new collection of original landscape paintings with a glass of bubbles.
Kimberley's increasing popularity on the contemporary art scene has cemented her position as a leading landscape artist resulting in her originals being incredibly sought-after.
With the scarcity of originals on the market, this is a unique opportunity to view an entire collection of Kimberley's oil paintings under one roof.
Renowned for her depiction of untamed fields in her unmistakable textured style, the detail that Kimberley paints in makes every blade of grass appear so tactile and truly immerses you into the scene.
These picturesque compositions of crisp, smooth skies are contrasted with the jewel toned flowers in heavily detailed foregrounds offering a sense of emotion and atmosphere.
This is a highly anticipated exhibition postponed from 2020 and we are so excited to showcase Kimberley's new collection and for you to be able to meet her.
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01923 263311
We are delighted to unveil the latest addition to our portfolio of artists.
West Yorkshire born Joe Galindo spent his early twenties travelling across Asia. It was when he reached Australia, that he was inspired to pick up a paintbrush and began selling his artwork through galleries in Melbourne and Sydney.
Joe’s travels have undoubtedly influenced his style, with experiences taking him from the depths of the jungle, to the most revered coastlines in the world. He has taken inspiration from the artists that he has encountered along the way, and enjoyed the privilege of seeing animals in extraordinary habitats on his journey. In 2022, Joe returned home to rekindle his passion for art, and began creating stunning paintings to uplift and inspire others.
The key to Joe’s unique style is the inventive way in which he applies paint to canvas. Unorthodox tools are used to apply paint including spoons, nails and pieces of rubber.
By using a variety of techniques and applying his chosen medium in a layered fashion, he creates depth and texture. A form of abstraction is created with powerful contemporary colours, used in a loose, energetic style, which allows for individual interpretation.
The random nature of propelling paint, with a flick of the wrist or a swoosh of the arm, creates a uniqueness to every single piece that cannot be replicated, and gives his work a keen sense of energy and movement.
In each colourful animal portrait, Joe attempts to express his own emotion and sentiment, thus building a connection with the viewer.
To add impact, he places each charismatic subject out of context, against a solid, serene background that contrasts with its painterly expressionism, and in doing so highlights the eyes and patterns of the body.
Introducing Add Subtract and his #TwistedIcons collection
These mixed media collages draw upon inspiration from the artist’s background in music. Having witnessed the fast paced and energetic lifestyle that accompany fame and success, from the almighty highs to the lows
The Twisted Icons collection feature a hero shot of an iconic artist at the pinnacle of their heyday. This portrait is set amongst a mixed media medium that blends graffiti, collage and paint that charters the journey of their life. A full immersion into their life and careers his noted through details including album artwork and torn press clippings accentuated with spray paint, acrylic, pen and gold leaf on occasion.
Each piece of work is often fuelled by a troubled soul at war with inner demons. Addiction, money, power, fame and the impact they have form part of the content inspiration for each subject.
It’s not uncommon to see Add Subtract pieces feature a yellow halo to represent that despite everything endured there is a soul at the core of us all, finally often a “hello my name is sticker” reminds us we are all just people, just a face with a name.
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01923 263311 / email@example.com
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