Opening in the Small Dog Gallery
Saturday 26 April 2 – 3.30pm
On or around the coast, the weather, the time of day, the light bouncing off the various surfaces of the water, clouds and land – all these things change in front of you as you watch. Even on a still day, the colours and the textures of the shadows and light are slowly changing; or when the wind is blowing and the clouds are pushed along the light and reflections are fleeting.
Back in the studio, Agi Lehar-Graham tries to recreate these moments or moods by pushing and pulling blobs and squizzles of paint around. She attempts to represent the scene without losing the nature of the paint; Lehar-Graham transforms an opaque blob into something quite different yet still keeps the feel and physicality of the paint.