Exhibition dates: 3rd – 25th October 2015
Signet Contemporary Art, 378 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 5UZ PRESS RELEASE
Signet Contemporary Art presents Lewis Noble, Jonathan
Trim and Agnija Germane October Exhibition 2015.
The Art exhibition highlights three Contemporary Artists with very
different approaches to Traditional Landscape.
LEWIS NOBLE paintings project the atmosphere of landscape,
the rolling hills, moorland and rivers in this particular part of the
first and much loved National Park in England. The process of
building many layers of paint over time, eroding and repainting
has echoes in the way the landscape has developed. Sometimes
titled with an actual location, the place is not specific; rather the
essence of a place, conveying a landscape that is still evolving
and with weather that is constantly changing. Lewis Noble
attempts to walk the tightrope between representational and
Lewis Noble Scudding 50 x 50cm oil on canvas
AGNIJA GERMANE is a member of Artists Union in Latvia. The Artist is inspired by travel experience,
meeting people and different cultures, as well as nature – all transform into a piece of art which has a
subtle enigma present. Agnija Germane has a refined colour scheme – sometimes bright and contrasting,
at times reticent but always synchronised.
Occasionally her masterpieces show penchant for abstractionism; nevertheless, they always retain
connection with nature and reality. These are modern, technically sophisticated paintings created by true
JONATHAN TRIM is Contemporary British Landscape Artist. The environments of estuaries, rivers and the
low lying wetlands of Britain and France are his constant sources of inspiration. . Artist frequently use
textural materials from these areas which are embedded into the paint creating an interesting surface to
the work. He applies colour using a wide variety of techniques to capture the flickering light and
atmosphere of these locations. The paintings are about the ever changing qualities of light, the sounds and
feelings in these landscapes.
Please visit www.signetcontemporaryart.com to view entire exhibition.
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