The private view of Spring Greens, a fresh and uplifting exhibition of figurative and still life paintings by the gallery’s newest and emerging young artists took place at our townhouse art gallery in Clifton on Thursday 10th March.
This exhibition, full of the joys of spring, features our pick of the most exciting, newest and emerging young artists on our radar – from the vibrant, jungle-esque still lifes of Rosa Roberts, which subvert domesticity and transform interior spaces into a wild riot of leaves; to the complex portraits of Layla Andrews with their intriguing narrative drives; Philippa Paterson‘s witty commentary on modern life and love; Danny Romeril’s expressive, semi-abstracted canvases with their emphasis on form and texture; and Oriele Steiner‘s glowing, jewel-like works on paper, which offer an ironic take on human interaction; this is an exhibition not to be missed.
At the party to launch the exhibition, we were delighted to offer our guests two limited-edition drinks in collectable cans featuring artwork from our artists: cans: a 4.2% IPA, presented in a can inspired by Rosa Roberts’ still lifes, and a unique Layla Andrews-designed can of benzo lager. Stocks were limited and extremely popular!
Each of these painters featured in the exhibition have a unique, unmistakable artistic vision and it is Livingstone St. Ives’ pleasure to bring their work together into one show which bursts with joy. Visit us at 30 The Mall, Clifton Village, BS8 4DS and view the complete exhibition on our website now.