In looking for beauty and order Agnes Martin found it in a limited range of grids, colour and tonal range. Nature is at the heart of her work but also, it seems, is a need to order its chaos, to hone it within her grids to something without threat where we respond to its beauty… Read more »
Monthly Archives: September 2015
If you feel the need to absent yourself temporarily from the material world, visit the Sackler galleries this week to feast on Joseph Cornell’s amazing multi-layered universe. In the theatrical, fairy tale ‘Palace’ a forest of twigs stands impenetrable behind a white castle, its mirror-windows reflecting your image back at you. It sits in a… Read more »
Sculpture for a Modern World Early in this exhibition there is a Henry Moore marble ‘Snake’ that speaks entirely of limbless Garden of Eden serpent-ness sitting in a cabinet with a spare and elegant John Skeaping ‘Fish’ and a Barbara Hepworth lumpy green onyx ‘Toad’ (1928) which casts no light on her future as a… Read more »
I will be showing prints with ELP members at the East London Printmakers Summer Show at The Embassy Tea Gallery 195-205 Union Street London SE1 0PB Exhibition dates: 16-27 September 2015 Private view: Tuesday 15 September from 6-9pm All welcome.