As summer tapers to an end, many will be feeling a subconscious sadness that comes with saying farewell to the exciting adventures that the summer period often presents to us.
To help with the transition of this, we will be showcasing FOUR of our favourite young emerging artists, to take you on new and exciting journeys within their works.
This September’s show is set to inspire and entertain, with four very different but equally dedicated artists. From the UK to Australia we look forward to showing you new works from CURTIS HYLTON, G87, KROOKS and SWERFK.
Join us for the private viewing of our ‘End of Summer Show’ on the 4th of September from 6.30pm. Drinks will be being provided by our wonderful sponsor Auchentoshan Whisky.
Curtis Hylton (UK)
Curtis is an Artist living and working in the South of England. His work spans multiple mediums and he has adapted an abstract approach to the art of photorealism whilst also combining a modem twist to traditional cartoon illustrations. These works have been translated onto walls of both galleries and external walls nationwide.
G87” is a contemporary artist who specialises in 3D Geometric pattern forms in many different medias. From a Graffiti based background, G87” was known for his bright and colourful clouds but has turned his hands to paper folding 3D prints and Geometric interior insulations, But still manages to get out and about painting big colourful shapes in the streets over the UK and abandoned buildings. “I love building up the layers and finding different ways of creating an image but can be viewed in different ways from different angles.
A practicing artist & image maker based in London, Krooks is somewhere between graffiti writing and hand rendered typography aiming to produce super-styling letter forms whether it be on walls, wood or anything else.
Hailing from Canberra and currently based in Melbourne, Swerfk creates works with textured inners and clean outers. Growing up tracing ‘Loony Toons’ from his television and developing a love for 80’s and early 90’s cartoons, Swerfk often builds scenes of “nonsense packed with little details”. Citing John K and Robert Crumb as inspirations, his work oozes an energetic funk that never fails to awaken a refreshing sense of nostalgia.
Opening Night – 4th September 6.30pm. RSVP to email@example.com