Enjoy a visual celebration of overlooked flowers, from the hedgerow and building site bloom, to the kerbside weed and the verge. Still slow studies of beauty and perfection on a small scale are shown alongside larger linear abstract works and rich jewel-like paintings, drawings and prints of flowers and plants growing locally through the year.
Louise Bradley uses expressive line and colour in her vibrant paintings, prints and drawings, with a botanical theme. Flowers, plants and the natural world are employed as symbols for change and transformation, beauty and the life cycle.
This show also features new light and colour works made for the space at RePUBlic gallery.
Louise is based in Newcastle upon Tyne’s Ouseburn Valley.
Open afternoon event on Saturday 2 September from 14.00 – 17.00, meet the artist and enjoy some prosecco and nibbles.
Saturday 19 August – Saturday 16 September
The rePUBlic Gallery is based in The Kings Head, 85 Bridge Street, Blyth NE24 3AE
Open Tues – Sat 8am – 3pm – access through The Kings Head Café
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