The artists selected for the group show have been chosen for the flurry and excitement they bring to the gallery. With a new spectrum selection of the vibrant telephone box collages from Piers Bourke and the golden glow from Nick Jeffrey’s delicate butterfly pictures, to the enchantment cast by Dale vN Marshall’s expressive canvases; each piece has been carefully selected to capture the spirit of the festive season.
Frédérique Morrel is a French artist who creates artefacts from vintage tapestries in an ever-evolving menagerie which has been displayed internationally. Morrell has also collaborated with the design house Hermes for their windows in New York and Miami. For Loughran Gallery’s winter group show, Morrel will be installing a ‘pound’ full of her tapestry creatures along the full length of the gallery, inspired by the pet adoption charity initiative held in Paris every year.
Fellow Parisian artist, Corinne Dalle Ore will also join Loughran Gallery in December. Using bold colours and multiple materials, Dalle Ore captures the essence of our great cities and our modern world, dispelling cliché and injecting humour into her pieces. A selection of Corinne Dalle Ore’s cityscapes and portraits will be on display during the winter group show - a perfect opportunity for a discerning Christmas gift.
Other highlights of the show will include a whole new selection of the popular telephone box collage prints from Piers Bourke, very rare diamond dust editions from Dave White, and delicate never-before-seen works on paper from Dale vN Marshall.