Town Hall Gallery is pleased to present Line, Colour, Shape, an exhibition which highlighting many recent acquisitions and donations to the Collection over the last two years, as well as some older art works.
The title Line, Colour, Shape explores three elements of art and how they are applied to the variety of works on display. The exhibition hopes to help viewers gain an in-depth aesthetic appreciation of the Collection through these principles.
Visitors will also be able to view latest acquisitions by Helen Maudsley, a renowned locally based artist and widow of the artist John Brack.
Town Hall Gallery curator, Mardi Nowak said the inspiration for this four-week exhibition is Maudsley's significant work, The Green Sovereignty, which has been added to the Collection this year.
"Helen Maudsley's work is unique and prolific. In both her paintings and drawings a variety of abstract shapes fill the plane, giving us glimpses of icons that are familiar to us. Every time you view a Maudsley you are drawn into the chaos only to find something new over and over," Ms Nowak said.
Town Hall Gallery Collection is pleased to have built up a small but substantial body of works by Helen Maudsley. The recent acquisitions bring the total of pieces to five and include both works on paper and paintings.
A variety of other artists' work will be on display with Maudsley's, including Eric Thake, Fred Williams, Matthew Sleeth, John Blogg, Robert Clinch and others.
Line, Colour, Shape will be at the Town Hall Gallery from Wednesday 28 October to Saturday 21 November.
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