1st August - 14th August 2021
Opening in August, this exhibition coincides with Lammas – an ancient festival celebrating the first grain harvest of the year. The word Lammas comes from an Old English phrase that translates to ‘loaf mass.’ Exploring themes of abundance, folk traditions, and magick; the show features three artists, Kimberley-Rose, Faye Rita Robinson, and Joseph Winsborrow.
Nottingham-based artist, Kimberly-Rose a.k.a. @CurrentlyKimmy creates beautiful oddities from ethically sourced materials. Her pointillist or linework illustrations and watercolour paintings are based on combining fantastical daydreams, ethereal and powerful soundtracks, and whatever book she might have in her bag at the time.
Faye Rita Robinson is an artist based in Nottingham, England.Through the painting of hellish imagery and demonic figures, she channels her experiences of sleep paralysis and explores her mental health journey. Through her work she draws on themes of medieval mysticism and work to create an experienced sense of dread, similar to that present in the end of the world imagery of the early ages.
Joseph Winsborrow is constantly fluctuating between mediums and materials. He loves to explore ideas for performances and rituals that utilise drag and divination techniques, though more recently, he has been more 'bedroom bound', as it were, exploring new skills in macrame and print design.
1st August, 6-9pm - Opening night with market stalls & performance.
Sundays 12-5pm and by appointment only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries.
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