On 2nd June2012 Anise Gallery will be putting together a collection of work from accomplished London based artist Gurley.
Described by Agyness Deyn as one of her favourite artists Gurley's work shows a playful meandering across today's society and media.
Her work is a constant build up of artistic processes; developing early ideas with collage and mixed media she then transfers her work to silk screens creating unique and individual works. Early on in her career Gurley gained a degree in photography which she now uses as one of the many components of her work. Personal photos, her own imagery and writing are put together with mass media imagery evoking a feeling of familiarity within a seemingly chaotic structure. Each viewer is drawn to different elements, the elements representing an outpouring of emotion, thought and reaction. Often the work is self perpetuating with each and every work being a reaction to the last piece of work or a statement of excitement about the next.
Coinciding with the Jubilee weekend Anise Gallery is excited that Gurley will be exhibiting several of her paintings, screen prints and etchings inspired by quintessential British artefacts. From telephone boxes to Tunnock's tea cakes, Kate Moss to Marmite, join us in a celebration of all things British.
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