London, United Kingdom, August 09, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Joint Exhibition at The Colomb Art Gallery, London
2nd – 14th November 2009
The Colomb Art Gallery
52a George Street, Marylebone,
London. W1U 7EA
020 7487 5118
Baker Street or Bond Street
In this joint exhibition at The Colomb Art Gallery, London, Susan Thomson and Liz Watts have combined their specialised mediums to create an exhibition with an encompassing scope of works. Both artists exhibit regularly throughout the UK and frequently exhibit together. This is their first joint exhibition in London.
Liz’s roots in veterinary medicine give an interesting anatomical edge to her interpretation of ‘the nature of the beast’.
Her chosen range of media allows Liz a fulfilling freedom in the interpretation of the image. She exhibits pieces in clay, porcelain, bronze and papier-mâché, using acrylic, stain, glazes, oil paint and glass in the finishes. Liz often incorporates the written or spoken word into a piece. The work she creates this way is original, unusual and intriguing.
Her work can be found in private and business collections. www.lizwatts.co.uk
Susan studied Graphic Design and worked in advertising, then went on to study Botanical art and watercolour painting in the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh.
Susan has exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy, the Royal Botanic Garden and the Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society, Gardening Scotland 2006 in Edinburgh, in the Westminster Gallery with the Society of Botanical Artists, the Royal Academy of Arts and the Llewellyn Alexander ‘Not the Royal Academy’ exhibition in London.
She brings together an eclectic mix of botanical and graphic imaging to create an engaging and appealing collection of work. She is based near Exeter and has her work in private collections of Botanical art in UK and the USA.
The Colomb Art Gallery is a leading independent London art gallery for British and International fine artists.
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