Ross Ashmore: Going Underground




 

Ross is about to finally accomplish his three year mission to paint every station on the London Underground – of which there are 267.

‘SPACE art gallery’ are delighted to exhibit for the first time together, over 100 of these highly expressive impasto paintings.

As an urban landscape artist, Ross feels compelled to document the ‘beauty in our streets’ before the inevitable changes society forces upon them.

He endeavours to convey emotion in his paintings, revealed by his textural mark making in paint, creating energy – giving each painting a life of its own.

“I love the physicality of painting…and it’s everyday life that I want to highlight in my work. What better subject could there be than the streets where we find these wonderful stations”.

 

www.rossashmore.co.uk

Duration 02 March 2013 - 05 April 2013
Times Private View: Sat March 2 (7-9PM). Mon-Fri: 17:30-19:30; Sat-Sun: 12:00-16:00
Cost Free
Venue SPACE art gallery, Southgate
Address 141 High Street London N14 6BP, ,
Contact Fionn: 07973832293 / fionn@spaceatsouthgate.co.uk / www.spaceatsouthgate.co.uk

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