The Central Library Venue 1
Regent Circus, Swindon SN1 1QG
The following artists will be exhibiting their work in the Central Library over both weekends.
3rd & 10th September 10am-4pm
4th&11th September 11am-3pm
There will be an exhibition of work by artists taking part in the Central Library in the corridor behind the cafe on the ground floor, overlooking the courtyard.
'Liddington Hill on a Dark Autumn Day 2015' Medium: Acrylic on canvas
People will see abstract landscapes and ambiguous paintings inspired by cinema and science fiction.
My work explores the relationship between what is seen and what is experienced: reconstituting reality through images that have been distanced or abstracted from any original context. Almost surreal in nature, my paintings often draw upon themes and ideas such as memory, time, identity and narrative.
'Tropical' Fused glass
Facebook XOXO Fused Glass
Beautiful fused glass pieces, often with a fishy or nautical theme.
'Gorgeous Bristol' Print of original drawing
Present: Sunday 4th September 11am-3pm & Saturday 10th September 10am-4pm
I create illustrations of local landmarks, people’s homes and wedding venues. I will be displaying examples of these from the hand-drawn beginnings to the fully-coloured finished prints.
'The Swimmer' Medium: Watercolour on paper
My portfolio includes work from the last 20 years and across a variety of media. I have watercolours in cubist style as well as more recent mono-prints and sketches. The sketches include conte drawings of sculpture exploring light and shade.
I have several still life compositions in watercolour and pencil, as well as examples of montage sketches and mono-prints.
Prints are available framed and unframed, as well as selections of greetings cards.
'Venice' Medium: Watercolour
I paint landscapes in watercolour, not photoreal, but more loose, sometimes I tighten them up using ink. I also paint abstract expressionist acrylics on canvas. This year I will be exploring the use of oils to express both these aspects of my work. After a recent visit to Venice, I will be using that city as inspiration for my next paintings.