Both artists will discuss:
- How they judge whether a piece is a success
- How design is present in their work
- The importance of surface
- How people interpret their work
Peter Waldron is in his fifth decade as an artist, still learning, unerringly positive and genuinely excited about the revelations to be found in the making and seeing of art. He has created a significant and broad corpus of work, rooted in his personal inquiry for abstract expression. His paintings are structured and frontal, with no diminishing perspective and his graphic marks fill the canvas, lattice-like and dramatic.
Will Nash’s cool, geometric metal sculptures, like a mathematical equation, are rotated by degrees to give angles and build sequences. Using one repeated element he creates form between the solid surfaces and the void. Each small change in movement, perspective and intersection, utilises the space, volume and weight to open the way for the work to be less about the material and more about an idea.