28 Oct 2011 10:00 - 29 Oct 2011 17:00
Radu Tesaro Kirby and Emily Kirby's Colour-scapes
Czech artist Radka Tesarova (Radu Tesaro Kirby) and London-based Emily Kirby are painters that have both lived in Zambia at different points during their lives. They have been heavily influenced by Africa’s landscapes, people and wildlife. Colour-scapes is their first joint exhibition in London and it promises to be an exciting exhibition showcasing the best of both artists' most recent work.
Opening hours: 10 am - 5 pm
Map of the venue:
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About the artists:
Radka Tesarova - Having worked as an artist for the past 5 years, Radu has travelled and exhibited extensively. She now lives and works in Czech Republic and has become renowned for her bold work inspired by the landscapes of South Czech as well as her continued study of Africa. Radu’s use of oil paints applied with a palette knife is highly intuitive and unique technique with stunning results.
Emily Kirby - Emily is now living in London and can be found working in her studio in Dalston. In the past Emily has explored concepts of tribe and identity but has recently become primarily concerned with exploring methods of painting that allow her to capture emotion, movement and expression. A loose style and bold colour combinations have become a defining aspect of her work.
More information at:
Troubadour Gallery, 267 Old Brompton Rd, Earls Court, London SW5 9JA
From: 28 Oct 2011 10:00
To: 29 Oct 2011 17:00