O3 Gallery at Oxford Castle launches its first exhibition of the summer: Trigonometry, showcasing artwork inspired by geometric shapes, repeat pattern and mathematics. Not limited to triangles, the exhibition features bold and colourful abstractions through the medium of painting, collage and graphic design.
Local artist Anne Gingell is well-known for her glorious steel sculpture exploring geometric form. Gingell’s work will be placed around the Castle site and gardens, extending the exhibition outdoors and inviting visitors to embark on an ‘art trail’ whilst enjoying the warmer weather.
Cardiff-based artist Phil Lambert has a scientific background which influences his paintings; as does his colour blindness, allowing him to explore perception in a wider sense and encouraging ‘conceptual engagement from the audience’.
The O3 Gallery shop once again becomes an integral part of the exhibition, hosting a new selection of decorative art objects and gifts inspired by ‘Trigonometry’ from makers such as Anna Butler of Oxfordshire-based jewellery brand Custom Made.
Trigonometry will open at the O3 Gallery in Oxford Castle Quarter for an exhibition preview on Friday 5th June from 6-8pm. The exhibition runs from Saturday 6th until Sunday 28th June 2015. The gallery is open Tues-Fri 12-5pm, Sat & Sun 11-4pm. Entry is free and all artwork will be available to purchase.