MARK MC CLURE
Sep
21
6:00 PM18:00

MARK MC CLURE

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Mark McClure inhabits a unique space between the worlds of fine art and visual design - creating studio works, sculpture and murals alongside bespoke surfaces and interior design - all in his strong, geometric style. Mark has exhibited widely in the UK and Internationally and has undertaken a number of Public Art commissions and Artist residencies abroad.

Often working with found and reclaimed materials - current works explore themes of structure, public space and our interaction with the built environment.

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JENNY STEELE
Dec
13
to Feb 7

JENNY STEELE

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Jenny Steele is a Scottish artist currently based in Manchester, UK. Her work references 20th Century architecture, most recently coastal mid war architecture and design. She is interested in the permanence of architecture, and in particular how mid war design embodied utopic hope for the future. She seeks to revive its positive restorative qualities through her practice that encompasses printmaking, sculpture, drawing, textiles and site-specific artwork.

Recent solo exhibitions include; This Building for Hope, The Midland Morecambe (2017), Too Much is Never  Enough, The Breakwater, Miami, USA, This House for Building residency and exhibition at The Tetley, Leeds (2017) and An Architecture of Joy, Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool (2016). Recent commissions and residencies include The Fountainhead Residency (2017), AA2A Residency at UcLan (2017), Grundy Art Gallery Courtyard Commission (2016), Finding Treblinka for Staffordshire University exhibited at Treblinka Museum, Poland and Wiener Library, UK (2015)

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TOONEY PHILLIPS - CONSTRUCTED TOPOGRAPHY
Apr
27
to May 31

TOONEY PHILLIPS - CONSTRUCTED TOPOGRAPHY

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Immersing herself in the subterranean sections of a working limestone quarry in the South of France, the artist Tooney Phillips has recorded its changing geometric formations for over twenty years through observational drawing and photography (at various times of the day and year.) By means of the language of drawing Phillips uses line, space and form to describe the very nature of this landscape exploring the ambiguity of solid and void in two-dimensions. Where the space ends are where her art works begin

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