In Plain Sight

Morgan Bee, Joshua Charadia, James Needham & Benjamin Walsh
EXHIBITION  RUNS
   
December
   
5
 -  
December
   
16
These artists look with critical eyes; their individual perspectives and painting styles inevitably reflecting the peculiarity of the human experience.

INFORMATION

In Plain Sight brings together an eclectic group of painters who explore the complex meanings behind the multi-faceted and banal aspects of our everyday lives. These artists celebrate the mundane, while attempting to uncover the deeper layers of meaning inherent in these day-to-day objects, images and experiences.  

Each artist’s work is focused on a unique subject matter, creating unexpected and playful connections - from shipping containers and animal skeletons, to intimate snapshots of private lives. These artists look with critical eyes; their individual perspectives and painting styles inevitably reflecting the peculiarity of the human experience.

In Plain Sight brings together an eclectic group of painters who explore the complex meanings behind the multi-faceted and banal aspects of our everyday lives. These artists celebrate the mundane, while attempting to uncover the deeper layers of meaning inherent in these day-to-day objects, images and experiences.  

Each artist’s work is focused on a unique subject matter, creating unexpected and playful connections - from shipping containers and animal skeletons, to intimate snapshots of private lives. These artists look with critical eyes; their individual perspectives and painting styles inevitably reflecting the peculiarity of the human experience.

FEATURED  WORKS

Joshua Charadia, Peripheral View 34, 2019, oil and acrylic on linen, 30.5 x 30.5 cm
Joshua Charadia, Peripheral View 35, 2019, oil and acrylic on linen, 30.5 x 30.5 cm
James Needham, Hanger, 2019, oil on canvas, 60 x 50 cm
James Needham, Holly’s Feet, 2019, oil on canvas, 60 x 50 cm
Morgan Bee, Domestic Cat, 2019, ink, marker and felt tip pen on paper, 8 x 12 cm
Morgan Bee, Potbelly Piglet, 2019, ink, marker and felt tip pen on paper, 8 x 12 cm

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