Brendan Neiland has a long-held fascination with cities, finding himself constantly enthralled by their sense of possibility, their unending evolution and change. His recent paintings evoke the multi-sensory experience of contemporary urban life, in a sequence of kaleidoscopic images formed from disparate elements. Spatially complex, each canvas combines multiple vantage points, in pictorial constructions that summon both the exhilaration and disorientation of the city’s myriad sights and sounds.
Accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue with texts by Dr Ian Massey and Paul Finch OBE.
Private View: 14-18 September
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