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Colour and Geometry

John Wragg at the Oswestry Heritage Gallery: July 31 – August 25

Just noticed this poster on the Cambrian Studios Building noticeboard.

Fellow Cambrian Studios artist John Wragg is exhibiting at the Oswestry Heritage Gallery later this month. John’s paintings are fantastic images of geometry and colour – objects of multiple dimensions and radiant light. His work sometimes looks like diagrams from a mathematics textbook on acid. They’re really quite extraordinary – very precise, very detailed, but with a bright exuberance to them that really pulls you in. Over the years he’s produced not only painted works, but also relief, 3D and kinetic works as well, all drawing on the same inspirations. For more information about his work, have a look at his website – or head over to the Heritage Gallery:

John Wragg – Oswestry Heritage Gallery (click here for map)

Paintings / Drawings / Prints / Constructions

Tuesday 31 July – Saturday 25 August

Monday – Saturdays, 10:00 – 4:30

John’s also a member of BVA and exhibits at the Screamin’ Chicken Gallery in the Cambrian Studios Building.

Notebook Meeting links

Some links for everyone to explore that came out of today’s Notebook Meeting:

Super Art!

Last chance this coming month to catch a great exhibition at the Qube featuring a range of comic book and cartoon art. “Comics Stripped” features the work of a range of artists, producing both single-panel cartoons and larger comic-book length work. There are finished as well as just-inked pages and panels on display, which means you get to see not only the final product, but some of the production stages involved. Not often this kind of exhibition comes to Oswestry, so this is a good opportunity to see some first-class comic art.

And while you’re in town catching the comic art exhibition, don’t forget to stop by for a last chance to see “The Way”.

Don’t forget, too, that Studio A1 is changing hands at the end of July, and as of August will be taken over by Bob Knowles and John Wragg and transformed into the “Screaming Chicken Gallery“. This gallery will feature visiting artists as well as showcase the work of the twelve artists who are resident in the Cambrian Studios Building. For more information on the new Screaming Chicken Gallery, stop by Bob Knowles’ studio in the Cambrian Buildings.

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