Nathan Chenery's work

Now it's time to talk about my own work, just as I was enjoying talking about others. On show this Thursday will be some new works including the one above, 'Through' For anyone who follows my work you will be aware of a growing sense of human presence within the horizons I produce. Now in it's fifth year the 'Horizon Series' is going from strength to strength, drawing me as the Artist in deeper and deeper. Beyond the human there is also now a sense of life in the work with the work 'Flock'.

William Bradley's work

William's works are bright and punchy. Heavily referencing Modernist notions and explicitly demonstrate the history of minimal abstract painting. Names like the one shown above; 'Make It Snappy' give the works a new relevance connecting them to casual and even 'Kitsch' sayings. Bradley gives these names as a way of 'Utilising external reference as a means of creating ‘order’' finishing off by saying the work ''looks to further explore how meaning is produced placing greater importance upon the eye of the spectator, as a means of signification'


Kirsty Boutle's work

This is one of Kirsty's latest works and develops on from what was shown in Trier earlier this year. With a heightened visual language clear forms repeat throughout the three new works which can be seen this Thursday. Kirsty's work is a continuing exploration, it confidently crosses over from drawing to painting and back again. These minimal works show a strong sense of aesthetics that clearly identifies them as Kirsty Boutle originals.