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Three Painters

4 May - 18 June
PV 4th May 6pm - 8:30pm
A Mixed Exhibition 

How to Paint a visual experience?

Three artists who spent many creative years cajoling their media and perceptions to make captivating works of art have the answers. Though by their own admission it is a never ending story.

Looking towards abstraction Dominic Vince’s  beginnings are to visually and spiritually absorb a particular place and time., such as Staithes. Then to the joys of painting itself - taking up his palate knife laden with oil paint, he spreads, layers, scrapes and layers  shifting colour blocks, until autominous structures appear, the moment is held, complete and joyful.

A self confessed expressionist painter, Barry De More’s current works show a ferocious working the the paint surface.  You can loose yourself in swirling, dizzy movements, then jolt back into the stabilising of a bridge, road or canal, all subjects of the Calderdale surrounds.  His ‘Salterhebble, Canal Basin’ paintings are a case in point.

By way of contrast, Gill Hamiltons articulated still life works have a secure narrative with familiar objects,  crisply painted in acrylics seen on a  dark backdrop, with an unorthodox aerial view point.

One series focuses on the juxtaposition of two or three objects, strikes unusual chords, as in ‘Gibson with Wren’, while her more traditional domestic settings  of alfresco meals owe much to her strong sense of shape and pattern, as well as harmonious colours.

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