Ray Husband and Pauline Kenny Exhibition
When: 18/01/2016 – 26/02/2016
Happy New Year from pythongallery,
We would very much like to invite you to the first exhibition opening of the new year on Friday 22nd January 6=8:30.
The show is an exuberant and painterly display of the work of two artists based in the rural North east.
Ray Husband’s work has recently been on show in the Loacalism Exhibition at Mima and in the Selfhoods Exhibition at Teesside University’s Constantine Gallery
Ray Husband uses colour, line and texture to capture his own experience of his rural and industrial surroundings. The paintings incorporate some visual references such as buildings, hills and the sea to orientate the observer, but the other forms are largely abstract, suggesting his emotional response to his everyday environment.
Pauline Kenny’s paintings look below the surface of her enviroment, using colour to create a
mood and line to contain the disorder of the land. They spring from the earth as a garden
would. Allowing the atmosphere to be reflected. Contained in a balance between the
conscious and subconscious world
The show is vibrant, fresh and stimulating and is sure to be a success with all our visitors, so we hope that you will be able to join us and help celebrate this launch and the beginning of another strong year for the gallery.
Refreshments will be served from 6pm.
Kind regards, Peter Heselton
PS Please feel free to share this invitation with all who may like to attend.