In Shifting States, Derrick explores and challenges the alchemic possibilities within her process. Seeking to heighten her unique style of production, blending photography with painting, reality with fiction, and the digital with the tangible, to create her trademark, painterly works.
Collectors and followers of Derrick will have witnessed her continued, rapid rise through the Art World since her graduation from Wimbledon MA Fine art in 2012, which has been further accelerated by her recent collaboration with recording artist of the moment FYFE, as well as being featured in investment publication Hedge Magazine.
“The movement, paint and photographic techniques used in this new body of work create an intervention between myself in the work and the viewer, and a skewed, distorted reality of what the piece actually is.” – Sophie Derrick
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A new collection of paintings by Alison Pullen has been presented by the Sarah Wiseman Gallery in Oxford, including Osterley Park House featured here courtesy of the Sarah Wiseman Gallery. Click here to see more works by Pullen and to contact the gallery.
About the artist
Alison Pullen’s paintings always are a point of discussion in the gallery – her use of light and form, combined with found collaged images adds a tactile dimension to her paintings that is an immersive experience for the viewer. Her new collection, which is now on show was made during her residency at Osterley Park House in West London. Alison has created a series of paintings exploring the opulence, space and light of a historic stately home.
‘I always work in situ, starting and finishing the painting in the room itself’, she explains. ‘This gives the picture a strong sense of atmosphere and forces me to make decisions – trusting my initial instincts to make a complete and original image there and then’.
The Foundry Gallery presents George Charman’s Blind Spot, an installation that only survives for the period of the exhibition. The drawings (one of which is shown here courtesy of The Foundry Gallery) will be re-hung weekly re-configuring the dynamics of the space. For more information contact The Foundry Gallery.
As part of Irish Design 2015 , Barbara Stanley is pleased to showcase the work of Martina Hamilton on 23rd April 2015 6.00 – 8.30pm at 27 Connaught Street, in the presence of the designer.
The jewellery will be displayed alongside the paintings of Sligo artist Cormac O’ Leary whose exhibition runs from 15-30th April which you can view on line here.
The Villa America Fine Art presents an exhibition of Lindsey Nobel’s The LiquidLine paintings, hosted by Classic Sofa at their new Flagship Showroom 165 Charles Street, New York, NY 10014 (Manhattan’s Westside Highway Richard Meier designed buildings).
May 1st, 2015
165 Charles Street
New York, NY 10014
For more information or to attend the vernissage, contact The Villa America Fine Art
‘s Susan Nelly at firstname.lastname@example.org
or via mobile: 917 414 6621.