Form & Interplay


9th July – 26th Aug 2018

Ceramic Art by Marie Lofthouse and Paintings by John Creighton

 

Marie Lofthouse Ceramics

Beverley-based sculptor Marie Lofthouse creates ceramic art.   The ceramic resembles its fluidity when wet, this state is captured in the fired physical result.   This interplay between fluid and solid is drawn on the forms, patterns, colours and textures found in nature.

 

The Fisherman by John Creighton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Creighton

“The flow of ideas give coherence to the image without restricting or becoming too consciously calculated,” says john. “These digital prints are made using the tablet and computer programs. The images evolve by working with this limited range of pictorial elements, devices and game rules. The digital technologies allow the work to develop freely and intuitively creating strange surreal and timeless worlds.” ‘Towers with Figures’, ‘The Puppeteers workshop’,’Figure with Eye’

The prints in this exhibition are made digitally, mainly on the ipad, using several apps, including art rage and procreate.

Sometimes I export the images to another computer for further work in other software before returning them to the ipad to continue. This process can get quite involved and allows me to build complex and rich layers and textures, working freely and intuitively. The pieces are involved with exploring the process and structure of appearance which emerges when several pictorial elements interact, and are enriched by accident and impulse.  I am interested in the poetry of relationships which this process brings about. A poetry which is by turn allusive, illusive and ambiguous. 

All the prints are made with lightfast pigment inks on 350g and 310g Hahnemuhle archive papers. The prints are framed using archive mounts and backing boards.

The prints may be bought either framed or un-framed. Once the exhibition print is sold you may still order further framed or un-framed prints up to the limit of the edition.