Artist of the Day - Paul Critchley selected by Patrick Hughes
We are pleased to announce the 23rd edition of Artist of the Day, a valuable platform for artists since 1983. This two week exhibition showcases the work of ten artists, chosen not by the gallery, but by established professional practitioners who have each nominated a talent of their choice.
Our seventh Artist of the Day is Paul Critchley selected by Patrick Hughes, who will exhibit a one-day solo show on Tuesday 28th June, 11am - 7pm.
“Paul’s canvases are made in perspective, the way that we see. They are wittily conceived and knowingly painted. We are drawn to move around in his imagined space and to consider where we are and what we can see. Critchley’s joy and subtle humour come out to meet us where we are.” Hughes
“We do not live in a square world so who said paintings have to be square or rectangular? I have been painting irregular shaped canvases since 1978, and the first diptych I made was in 1990. I am showing diptychs and triptychs in this exhibition because I like it when the paintings can be opened and closed showing different scenes such as day and night, inside and out, occupied then empty, summer and winter.” Critchley
RSVP to email@example.com to join us at 1pm for a free Talk with both artists and refreshments.
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