Fine artists’ work goes on display at Avenue Gallery

News Page 17th January 2018

Three Fine Art Master’s students are exhibiting the fruits of their studies at the University of Northampton.

100s and 1000s exhibition is a collection of works from Marie Byrne, Flower Jubber and Robin Clements.

Robin focuses his practice on capturing the ephemerality of the urban hinterland. Within the identifiable scenes which are constructed, Robin looks for subtle social narratives which can often be missed or even wilfully ignored.

Flower’s work holds a vibrant visual representation recalling memories of her life in South Africa as a child. She uses objects and has created pieces with paint, print and surface reflecting the flavours and places she was absorbed within.

Marie paints images depicting labour and the symbols we naturally associate with ideas of the physical in our work. Marie’s interest in signs and our perceptions of their definition is a further outline in her practice.

The exhibition runs until Tuesday 23 January at the Avenue Gallery, Maidwell Building, Avenue Campus, St George’s Avenue, NN2 6JD.

The gallery is open on weekdays, 10am to 4pm.

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