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26th August – 30th September
Is the future sterile? I am seated in an office, surrounded by heads and bodies. A thousand remnants small. Like putting a lid on a display case, attaching extras couldn’t conclude the weird thing: Jesus is in my Pop-Tart. Don’t get too big for your loafers.
It is true, we shall be monsters, cut off from all the world; But on that account we shall be more attached to one another. I will meet you in the meadow and it shall be as though no time has passed.
When the sun beats down and I lie on the bench I can always hear them talking. There was nothing about the way the day started to suggest such a huge thing was about to happen.
If I could even put a daub of paint on a piece of paper, I could call myself a painter and get on with my day. This probably won’t help.
Amy Russell – Paul, 2021. Mixed media on paper.
Cos Ahmet – Hello Russell I & II, 2022. Mugs, printed images from video stills
Daniel Marsh - Leg Centre, 2022. Oil, cold wax, wood, cardboard
Gary Finnegan - Hello Russell I & II, 2022. Mugs, printed images from video stills
Jay Chesterman - Collage study, 2018. Oil on paper fixed to panel
Jeffrey Knopf – Mine is bigger than yours, 2022. Plastic and brass
Joe Fletcher Orr – Dad, 2016. Glazed ceramic
Leo Fitzmaurice – Mistake, 2021. Industrial paint on concrete
Luke Skiffington – Misfit (after F. Parke), 2021. Watercolour/ gouache on plywood
Rory Macbeth – Way out, 2022. Adapted exit sign
Stephen Sheehan – Dead Fly in a glass of water, 2022. Oil on canvas
Tim Foxon – A retired bowling pin, 2014. Plaster and gloss paint
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