Ross Taylor, October 2015
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Ross Taylor, October 2015

Ross Taylor, Twice the first time Stockroom Gallery; 10 October – 27 November A scratchy and fractured psychedelia runs across an even-tempered array of petri-dish experiments in Twice the first time by Ross Taylor. Consisting of two sub-suites of pencil drawings in classical genres – landscape and still-life – this exhibition of pencil drawings blends historical references, contemporary documentation and improvisation. It is with an even-hand … Continue reading

Stanislava Pinchuk, September 2015
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Stanislava Pinchuk, September 2015

Stanislava Pinchuk, Surface to Air Karen Woodbury Gallery; 2 September – 3 October The fabric of our existence is a material emptiness. An emptiness more rich and complex than all the heavy metals, tectonic plates and suns of our universe. Even more than cerebral cortices. Let us meditate on a cloud momentarily. Fluffy, billowing and ephemeral. A consequence … Continue reading

Tai Snaith, May 2015
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Tai Snaith, May 2015

Tai Snaith, Portrait of a Sunday Painter Bus Projects; 29 April – 16 May Tai Snaith’s exhibition of watery portrait paintings comes with quite a story. Watery Rorschach butterflies blossom from an idea about a woman who was neglected. A person who deserved to be recognised. One of the many charms of Tai’s artwork is that … Continue reading