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Artists' Talk and Q&A @ 100 Acre Lane
Mon 27 March 2017, 19:00 – 20:30 BST
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Artists' Talk for the Gallery Wall Exhibition
The Gallery Wall exhibition features a range of work by artists Alvin Kofi, Terry Humphrey, Ken McCalla, Christine Clarke and Desilu Banton. The work reflects the artists' love of drawing, painting and photomontage.
Come along to hear the artists discuss their process and the meaning behind their work; learn how each one manipulates their medium to express their narrative. The evening will include a Q & A session. Original Artwork and Limited edition prints from the exhibition are currently available for sale.
About the Artists' work
Terry M Humphrey uses Digital Media to document the creative process undertaken to develop his Sculptural Installations. Guardians of the Spoken Heard is a developing body of work which records his preoccupation with Ancestry, Journey and Identity. The Guardians are Soul Chambers that process Cultural & Creative expression.
Alvin Kofi plays with paint and collage to document the strong and extraordinary women who cultivate our food. Crop Pickers explores ancient cultures, including Dogon cosmology, and our connection to the earth through portraiture. The work examines the challenges we face, which require us to constantly renegotiate our relationship with the environment and the planet.
Ken Yahw McCalla (Yahw Arts) produces art works in a wide range of mediums from theatre set designs to lino prints. Drawing on his rich cultural heritage, his art work explores his personal growth, celebrating harmony and energies uniting.
Christine Clarke creates paintings with intense colour and intricate design. Her work is both abstract and reflective of forms found in the natural world, and is informed and inspired by Aboriginal and African art. The use of circles, spirals, yoni and dots are a means of representing the patterns, shapes and symbolism found in these cultures.
Desilu A. Banton's paintings express his overwhelming sensation to express himself, his feelings and his exploration of love in its modern day context; 'So what is Love? Is love this? Is love that? What is this thing we call Love?’
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Brixton Revival launched as part of the Brixton Design Trail and the London Design Festival in September 2016 and the Artists are currently resident at 100 Acre Lane, further developing the brand and design concept.
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