April Exhibition at Artizan

Image Credit: Cristina Ulander Dream On No1

Artizan Gallery, 7 Lucius Street, Torquay, TQ2 5UW

01803 428626
juliebrandon@artizangallery.co.uk
https://www.art-hub.co.uk/apr2018

Saturday 07 April 2018 – Friday 27 April 2018
Artist Preview April 7, 2018 // 18:00 - 20:00
Opening Hours: Mo - Fri 12pm - 6pm // Sat 9am - 5pm

Through the use of innovative surface materials, artist Cristina Ulander produces uniquely atmospheric landscapes and skyscapes. Techniques produced on Perspex and aluminium, create an airbrushed finish, despite the use of ordinary paintbrushes, resulting in serenely flat works. Low horizon lines and a focus on dramatic, photorealistic, skies, often combined with a candy-esque colour palette, produces works that are at once lifelike and dreamlike.

This will be Cristina's second time joining us in the gallery, having exhibited at the end of 2017 in our Winter Open exhibition. Her large landscape, Dream No. 1, caught the attention of many on this occasion, with its unusual flat quality and dramatic depiction of sky. We anticipate this showcase of a wider body of her work will be truly awe-inspiring.

 

Artist Preview

April 7th // 18:00-20:00

Our artist previews are an opportunity to view our exhibitions during their opening phases in a relaxed environment amongst collectors and fellow art lovers. Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine in our welcoming venue, and, if you're in the mood to buy, take advantage of exclusive evening commission reductions.

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