Ornamental Confectionery

Andrew Ensor
EXHIBITION  RUNS
   
September
   
1
 -  
September
   
12
Things cherished in youth become collected ornaments on the shelves of our older selves.

INFORMATION

Things cherished in youth become collected ornaments on the shelves of our older selves. A sweetness of memory for the past held onto for too long as nostalgia itself ages and gathers dust. Something new begins to grow, something organic begins to bloom out from the artificial.

In his 27th solo exhibition Ensor continues his blend of painting and drawing, combining pop art and surrealism in search of the metaphysical.

Things cherished in youth become collected ornaments on the shelves of our older selves. A sweetness of memory for the past held onto for too long as nostalgia itself ages and gathers dust. Something new begins to grow, something organic begins to bloom out from the artificial.

In his 27th solo exhibition Ensor continues his blend of painting and drawing, combining pop art and surrealism in search of the metaphysical.

FEATURED  WORKS

Andrew Esnor, A Carnival of Sad Clowns, 2016, pen and acrylic.
Andrew Ensor, I've lost my taste for sour grapes, 2016, pen and acrylic.
Andew Ensor, Landscape flavoured, 2016, pen and acrylic.
‍Andew Ensor, Landscape flavoured, 2016, pen and acrylic.

OTHER  EXHIBITIONS