66 Boo Mallinson
My paintings act as a way of recording my everyday walks and the feelings and emotions that arise from being fully present in the landscape. Back in the studio, fragments of memory and ambiguous images from much loved places merge together, allowing me to explore colour and abstraction and to move between the real and the imaginary. I rarely have a fixed idea of the outcome in my head and enjoy the freedom to respond to whatever emerges, adjusting and playing with colour and composition as I go along and referring back to the landscape for inspiration. My work is exhibited with Highgate Contemporary in London, The Lime Tree Gallery in Bristol and Hatch Gallery in Christchurch.
Enter Rax Lane where in narrows just past Millennium Green. Go through the second set of wrought iron gates on the left, up the gravel drive and over a metal bridge. The studio is at the far corner of the garden.
Gravel drive, one small step up to studio.
10.00am - 4.30pm
- Black Circle - Closed