Sunday, February 26, 2006

Press Release Version 2

This version is going to a few galleries, might make a few contacts, y' never know! That's tomorrow's lunch time sorted!


The Urban Arts Lounge on Smithdown Road, hosts an exhibition by a group of up-and-coming local artists with a diverse range of original and exciting work.

Sue Lucine, who curated the exhibition said: "The show is a celebration of consummate art and features artists with a high degree of personal intent."

“The exhibition, titled Relentless Forms, deals with forms of all sorts that we encounter in our lives and how these form twist and move relentlessly irrespective of any impetus or direction. Nothing stays the same.”

The exhibition includes Alina Villa’s paintings of landscapes, Pam
Holstein’s quirky hand made prints, Joe Bramell linear black and white drawings, Karen Henley's unusual primitive style human figures and Sarah Richards’ semi-abstract studies based on portraiture.

The exhibition opens with a private view on Friday 3rd March where the artists will all be present and happy to talk about their work. The show runs until 2 May.


Bling Bling Lifestyle
Etching & Aquatint , Pamela Holstein

Blue Self
Oil on Board, Sarah Richards


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