Ink Paintings by Weimin He, Liu Hongzhi & Wang Chunjie: Postponed to 202121 July - 2 August 2020 Three artists who studied art together in the 1980s in northeast China, reunite to show a range of new works that speak eloquently to the universal experience of modernity, through depictions of mundane daily rituals, isolation and psychological angst. Dedicating themselves to expressive, contemporary approaches to ink painting, they offer distinct artistic responses towards the ever-changing world around them.
Laurel Holloman: DEEP DIVE: Postponed to 20217 - 18 July 2021 For her second solo exhibition at the Bankside Gallery, Laurel Holloman takes a deep dive into the exploration of water and land and our relationship and connection to the earth.
With her distinct use of colour and movement, Holloman maintains her signature style by creating two dimensional depth in her pieces, displaying muted darker tones which reseed into the painting and lighter tones that pop and dance on the canvas’s surface. Holloman continues to blur the line between abstraction and figurative work by using large bold brushstroke combined with delicate precisely placed smaller strokes. This a show not to be missed with paintings ranging in various sizes loaded with emotion.