Alexander Creswell to open AppArt 2019
Internationally celebrated Surrey artist Alexander Creswell will open AppArt 2019.
There are lots of local artists from the Guildford and Surrey area taking part and these include Greg Pearson a young sculptor who works from the family home in Effingham. He specialises in metal garden features and structures and has a passion for abstract shapes and natural forms. Greg loves creating unique garden and outdoor features working almost exclusively in metal – mostly steel.
Liz Hauck is showing for the first time and she is a prolific painter. Her paintings are abstract to semi abstract and the way she paints is expressionistic, with feelings, experiences and memories coming together as new forms arise until the image reaches a visual harmony which feels right. “Her inspirations and the starting points are usually quite literal and specific, frequently something from nature, stimulated by the wonderful countryside where I live in Surrey.”
Henriette Van de Does sculpts and paints and her work focuses on the essence of human nature through lines and movement. She produces delicate human abstract sculptures and dynamic and large paintings. Henriette is the chair of the Surrey Sculpture Society.
AppArt is well known for its eclectic mix of styles and mediums and London based artist Ronan Walsh is exhibiting for the first time. His work focuses on capturing the human form in it’s revealing state. Using a mix of acrylic and pencil on board and canvas. Ronan’s style is an entanglement of detailed line and angular shapes, revealing the abstract fabric of the subject.
AppArt is open daily from 10am to 4 pm from Saturday 6th to Easter Sunday 21st April. Admission is free.
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