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absence : presence

absence : presence

Venue: pythongallery
When: 23/08/2013 – 13/09/2013
Admission: Free

I would cordially like to invite you along to the private view of the next exhibition at pythongallery this coming Friday 23rd Augustfrom 4pm-7pm.
The exhibition is entitled absence : presence, and features the work of two incredibly talented artists form the North East.
Sue Chipchase is an artist who works with abstract and semi-figurative themes using oils, acrylics and mixed media. She creates structure, then explores within the long process of excavation and re-working, a visual world of allusion to something seen or felt.
It is an intuitive process that permits the work to hover in some area where it cannot quite be located, inviting the viewer to engage with the visual and the physical.

The paintings for Absence : Presence were created over a 12mth period following a visit to the ancient site of Pompeii.

James Morgan Williams is a figurative artist (and an occassional writer) working in a variety of media.

He is interested in the physical world as a working metaphor for the spiritual, and in the narrative drama inherent in the human condition.

James currently lives and works on the coast by the North Sea, in the North East of England.  He is represented by Staithes Gallery.

The show features some stunning examples of both artists’ work and promises to be very popular with all who attend.

The private view is being held from 4pm til 7pm so there is plenty of opportunity for you to come along, meet the artists and enjoy the convivial atmosphere! refreshments will be served from 4pm.

Also on the 23rd from 7pm til 10pm, we are very pleased to be hosting a special Black light Engine Room event to launch the publication of the first ‘Dark Matter’ poetry publication. So please feel welcome to stay and enjoy an evening of poetry and performance form Middlesbroughs Best Literary event!

I hope to see you this friday. Please feel free to share this invitation with your contacts.

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