Mark Edwards started creating his ‘White Wood’ paintings just over a decade ago. He confesses he has no idea what his painting are about. For Mark, there’s no explanation, it’s the mystery that matters.
Today, the public still loves impressionism – while contemporary impressionist painters still love the challenge of bringing those ‘puzzling patches’ to life. None more so than Nicholas Verrall, who returns for his 12th solo show.
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This new collection is in oil, which has presented fresh challenges to Brett Humphries. He explains “Switching to oil had advantages and disadvantages. Oil is thicker so you can get deeper and more realistic textures. But more thickness means more visible brushstrokes. You don’t want that in a photorealistic painting.” Come in a see the results for yourself.