Curated by Claire Damary
Lubomirov / Angus-Hughes proposes a captivating photography, etching and collage exhibition in our Cellar Gallery.
Three artists; Lee Maelzer, Jaykoe and Peter Rich are presenting the world that surrounds us through their filter. The way we see the world is subjective to a lot of factors. Our emotions, our experiences and our interests are a few of them.
Lee’s collages transpire a lot of tension, a mixture of strength and uncertainty. We can feel turmoil and trepidation. Through starry skies, clouds in motion or a luminous sun, Maelzer has managed to make nature speak.
Jaykoe is an artist who has lived in different countries around the world. He has developed his observation of society through the way we transform the landscapes. Through human construction can be questioned how we function. His filter exposes us to his analysis.
Peter Rich is a photographer based in Devon. His latest challenge is to reveal how beautiful fungi can be. Through Rich’s filter nature is seen in a new light as he manages translate his misty landscapes.
Each artist is presenting new works and together they create a perfect exhibition full of energy and thoughts to go through the darkest month of the year.
“Since we cannot change reality, let us change the eyes which see reality” Nikos Kazantzakis.
Mulled Wine & Roast Chestnuts
Friday 1st December 2017
6 – 9pm
RSVP via Eventbrite
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