Look And Buy, click and weigh up.
Please enjoy the
works for what they are.
Visual realisations rely on verbal conversations; to enhance the world around us we are prepared to acknowledge the beauty of life and the complexes that perturb our sleepless days. We are vulnerable to the emotions, in words, as to physicality of our worlds. It is mainly our friends who keep us strong and give us the best ideas. The so- called pains of life are often misjudged; they are all learning experiences as is the work routine, we have everything to thank for this. This is life as it is here to stay.
Hey Wait, an accumulator, We win if we keep it within. No doubt the process which is spelt; is becoming. We only look back to spice and style afters; and so the painting grows. Let me see and detach my thoughts to what I can do. or not normally be aware of. That is breaking new ground.
Close up to the ideas whilst painting. Noted, to turn to, for increased energy.
Target-Art Organised Art Exhibition:
The Palm Tree Restaurant, Cane End (1- 3 May 2010)
The Christmas Art Fair, The Quality Hotel, (formerly Royal County Hotel), Broad Street, Reading, Berks,
(20 December 2009 - 2 January 2010)
The George Hotel, King Street, Reading, Berks (15 March 2009 - June 2011).
CMHT, Reform Road, Maidenhead (16 April - Dec 2010)
The Wargrave Festival, Wargrave Village Hall, (3 August 2009)
The Old Bell Pub and Restaurant, Wooburn Green, (1st May 2009 - August 2009).
The Wargrave Smile Train Event, Wargrave Village Hall ( 3/4/5 August 2008)
The Opening of the Magic Cafe and full Art Exhibition, Magdalen Road, Oxford, Oxon (August 2008)
Other Art Exhibitions.
Oxford Modern Art Gallery, Oxford (Open Exhibition 2008) - Single Exhibit.
Slough West Wing Arts Centre, Slough (February - March 2009),
Restore in Oxford Arts Week, Oxford (August 2007)
Fawley Fields House, Fawley (January - February 2003),
Richard Dennis Gallery, Notting Hill (August 2000)
Newcastle University (June 1994)
Radley College (July 1989)
- Artist Assistant to Joanna Migdal, a Sundial Specialist, Bix (p/t August 2003.)
'The medium ( for its own sake) shown by Edward Waller's Abstract Colours representing feelings of the moment, occasionally figurative symbols aiding the Composition. A very current approach.'
Moving between multiple subject matter, the works that deal with the body, or perhaps details of the body, allusions to it, are worked using glazing - a slow layering of thin paint. The resultant pieces possesss an inner lightness, more ethereal than physical. They represent the body as zen-like, focussed in approach, transcendental in concept.
Graham, June 2014