Patrick Morrissey, Clive (Hanz) Hancock and Leyla Folwell.
Private View: 8th October
6 - 8 pm
Open 9th ' 16th Thurs - Sat 12 - 5 pm
Mon ' Wed by appointment Ring Patrick 07581 446355
This show is the culmination of a collaborative project
between Patrick Morrissey and Clive (Hanz) Hancock plus special guest ceramicist Leyla Folwell.
In this joint show Morrissey's work represents a development of ideas initiated whilst taking his degree at Goldsmiths College. Morrissey utilizes geometric and numeric systems to create a visual field or ground which contradicts and simultaneously informs the audiences perception of each piece The work has sympathy with the neo-concrete/neo constructivist movements of the late 20th century represented by artists such as Jose Patricio, Kenneth Martin and others.
Clive (Hanz) Hancock has evolved his method as an outsider artist. He started to produce art in the late 1970's, very much influenced by the punk art and music scene. He has no formal art education and uses much 'discarded' material in his work. The title of this show is intended to bind the works together under a theme, which may evoke any number of associations with Pop culture and kinetiscism.
Leyla Folwell trained in ceramic design and has been concentrating on the deconstruction of simple everyday forms. Her unique making method captures energy in motion which she turns to stone. She is stepping up to the challenge of responding to the dynamic and sensitive work of Pat & Hanz