I am chuffed to bits to be exhibiting three works at the Menier Gallery in London this month as part of The Visible Light & Colour exhibition.
Light and colour have inspired and intrigued artists, scientists, writers and philosophers for centuries.
Colours have become symbolic of our emotions and thoughts, generating a feeling of endlessness allowing the viewer to take in the artwork's responsive qualities. The experience of monochromatic light offers another experience, an opportunity of visualising another perspective, of viewing the world a third dimension. This exhibition helps us to see the relativity of our colour and light perception.
If you fancy coming along the exhibition starts on 21st August at 11:00am and runs until 1st September at 4:00pm at the Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1RU.