this year Desmond Tutu invited Terry to show his ‘Victim, no resurrection’ painting
in Cape Town, South Africa, to help mark the commemoration and celebrations
marking 20 years since the end of Apartheid. Work I have selected for this show includes a major
painting which has just arrived back after being exhibited in Venice along with
new work created in his London studio which has not previously been shown.
Lisa Cole Kronenburg
American artist but long-time resident of Liverpool Lisa is
well known for her large canvasses but for this show she has now created a new
collection of original abstract paintings on paper and canvas. Lisa has also created a number of originals painted
in oils on paper which are unframed and available for purchase at the Private View.
A selection of studies
which are part of an ongoing body of work, exploring a multi layered acrylic
painting and drawing technique. Overlaid mark making and drawings are made with
automatic and pre-historic drawing processes in mind.
After a sensational 2014 Graduation Show at Liverpool Hope I
am delighted to be showing a collection of his original paintings in oils, some
featuring string, plus an immersive interactive soundscape in the Black Gallery.
Originally from South Africa, Roland is now living in
Liverpool and in this show I have selected a collection of his abstract
landscapes and works which feature waves of colour and experiments of form and
Originally from Merseyside Lynette’s paintings feature bold
colours and lines in a varied palette which also features delicate details amongst
the strong confident brushstrokes
International fine artist who has recently been shown in Singapore and London
creates paintings which generate a sense of intimacy and isolation while
leaving the subject open to interpretation.
Having moved to Liverpool from London to establish his
practice in the ‘North’ Jefferson has been busy creating a diverse body of work
but for this show I have selected paintings from his ‘Small Window’ series which
feature lusciously applied oils onto
board and canvas.
A painting which has hung in the private collection for
nearly 20 years this painting still conveys the vibrant colours and dynamism of
the time when it was painted in Liverpool when the artist was living in the
When I first saw this work I was reminded of Gerhard Richter
– the paintings are both Intricate and yet chaotic whist the application of paint
and the use of marks communicate a sense of place and form yet remain ambiguous.
A series of four works which convey a sense of place through
the use of colours and abstracted forms distinctly associated with the
Simon A Yorke
Dark and brooding the work is rich in colour and finely
The work selected for the Abstract Art Show at the
Corke Gallery has been chosen to illustrate a range of abstract art styles and
approaches. The artists selected include formally trained and
internationally recognised artists as well as self-taught individuals who have
developed their own practice through their love of the process of putting paint
onto paper and canvas. Abstract art explores the relationships of
forms and colours and seeks to break away from traditional representation of
physical objects. This show aims to present the visitor with a variety of work
which will provide the viewer with a starting point from which they can start
their journey of appreciating abstract art.