introduction to the exhibition - taken from the on line catalogue It will come as no surprise to visitors of this exhibition that the Mersey Gateway Bridge is one of the most important infrastructure investments in the UK for many decades. The ambition to connect the Mersey area with a 21st century road transport network … Continue reading Painting Exhibition- “Constructing the Mersey Gateway Bridge.”
I strayed across an interesting old video on You Tube. It was was on those that you find popping up on a feed after you have watched something similar, which is annoying. But, it got me thinking about the relationship between Artistic freedom and Modern Religious Art. This particular You Tube discussion, come lecture, come … Continue reading an illusionary world of Artistic freedom
Even though real life exhibitions are still relevant for many artists, an on line presence is essential (if only for street cred). That “painting is a dead art” conversation has faded away as fast as padded shoulders did in the middle 1980's.
issue number 11 is now on line to read free - this issue has two fantastic articles - Colin Taylor Part two of his wonderful 3-part essay on contemporary landscape and how to translate that popular genre into a vital and important work of art...part two discusses "what is seeing." - The second article … Continue reading UK’s leading Art Magazine – Now has an excellent Artists Gallery
Photograph below: Contemporary Artist, Denis Taylor in front of the installation at Crossley Gallery, Dean Clough, Halifax, UK The exhibition "defining the elemental is an exhibition of painting in the UK. The ten artists participating are showing authentic work that covers contemporary landscape, portraits and new abstract painting. The extensive venue is the Crossley Gallery which … Continue reading “defining the elemental” exhibition on show until 12th January 2019
The first Tubes Artists Gallery will be published with the release of issue #11 in December. Exhibiting will be Ten Artists from the UK, USA, and mainland Europe.