This Summer, the Magma Group of artists will be exhibiting new paintings in a show entitled ‘Spectrum’. The theme of the show is in response to the exhibition venue, TM Lighting, designers and makers of specialist lighting products for the art market.
Works of intense colour saturations, and of relatively large scale will aim to create a dynamic with the lighting design. The artists have produced works that will particularly benefit from TM Lighting’s technology used to ensure the colour within each artwork is rich, the canvas evenly illuminated and the pigments conserved. The paintings will range between the figurative and abstract, and high-performance LED lighting will be used to excite the eye in interesting and subtle ways, to show the paintings at their optimum.
Private view: Wednesday 7th June, 6pm – 9pm
Exhibition dates: 8th June – 25th August 2017 open weekdays by appointment.
Location: TM Lighting Exhibition Space
Exhibiting artists: Kimbal Quist Bumstead
Gary William Myatt
Images by the artists can be seen at www.themagmagroup.co.uk
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Gareth Williams, Curator and Head of Learning to The Weston Park Foundation
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