Parndon Mill presents Re-Emergence
Entertainment / Sun 19th Sep 2021 at 08:36am
IT is exciting and a pleasure (as well as a relief) for The Gallery to be getting into full swing again with the first ”proper” exhibition, RE-EMERGENCE, which will run until 31st October. It presents works in paper and books by our resident artist Jo Howe and paintings by her friend Caroline Lumb. After so many months of shut down a re-emergence indeed!
The artists, Jo Howe and Caroline Lumb, have been waiting a long time to mount this exhibition which is a very interesting and intriguing one, pertinent to the times we find ourselves in. Jo and Caroline exhibit regularly together, exploring themes and ideas culminating in different approaches but complementary to each other’s practice.
Jo’s work explores her physical responses to a variety of emotions felt. Her work emerges from the capturing of moments in time. These are produced in two and three dimensions using paper and books as her media.
Caroline’s work is derived from a variety of sources and illustrates re-emerging through the passage of time. It is from these sources, often initially explored through sketchbook work, that she builds abstract images, using her love of colour and mixed media.
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