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The Lloyd Gill Gallery

Exhibition Detail
‘Exploring Fluidity: The Ebb and Flow of Control’
Curated by: Rebecca Bellamy
Lee House
Beaconsfield Road
Weston-Super-Mare, somerset BS23 1YE
United Kingdom


January 22nd, 2011 - February 19th, 2011
Opening: 
January 22nd, 2011 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
Fluid Painting 41, Mark ChadwickMark Chadwick, Fluid Painting 41,
2010, Acrylic On Canvas, 36x36cm
© Mark Chadwick
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Exhibition runs from 24th January till the 18th February
 
This exhibition presents work by contemporary artists who adopt fluid processes to create purely abstract as well as semi-abstract art. Some of these artists engage in an exploration of aesthetics and process, others are more emotive and expressive.
 
The work to be exhibited is colourful and dynamic; these artists embrace indeterminacy while at the same time manipulating it. Mark Chadwick for example, questions his role as an artist by introducing machines into the painting process to further remove the artist’s hand. Jack Beswick interprets the ever-changing, moody atmosphere of the West Irish landscape, while Victoria Horkan and Diane Burnell capture movement and energy through a direct and exhilarating union between artist, medium and surface.
 
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