George Thornton Art ~ presents “GRAVITY”​

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After a personal journey spanning several years perfecting their individual techniques of painting contemporary art, both Louise McNaught and Kirsty Mackay have exploded onto the art scene!

Both artists control and manipulate paint onto canvas. Drawing upon formulaic imagery which depicts both movement and emotion.

Exhibition 29th September until 6th October

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“Gravitational” by Kirsty Mackay

In just over a 12 hours time we’ll be showcasing a host of new paintings by Kirsty Mackay and Louise McNaught. Both have presented the Gallery with their A-game for art and style. Come and see for yourselves…

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“In-Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” by Louise McNaught

We look forward to seeing you during this show, however if you have any questions in the meantime please contact the gallery – george@georgethorntonart.com

George Thornton Art {12A Flying Horse Walk}{Nottingham}{NG1 2HN}

Tel – 01159243555

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The Art of Anna E Davies

Really LOVE, LOVE the art of Anna E Davies at the moment. Feel she is doing something different & really interesting. She works on board, telephone directories and using oil she works with abstract strokes to produce incredible figures.

See further work online – George Thornton Art

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The Art by Anna E Davies is on permanent display at George Thornton Art

(12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN) (Tel : 01159243555)

Nottinghams very own Jane Thomson

Spend time with Jane’s paintings; on the surface they are beautiful and intricate, but like the layers they are made from, there is so much depth to these works. Figurative art exposes and addresses the concept of beauty. How we are perceived and how we perceive others.

Jane’s use of ink, pencil and pastel is delicate. Perfect medium for the female form. She then interlinks imagery with layers of printed thoughts either from photographic text or her own poetry.

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‘Unfolding’ – Mixed Media on Board

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‘Invisible Ink on her Skin’ – Mixed Media on Board

Come and visit our current display with artist Jane Thomson.

12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN – Tel : 01159243555

 

8 weird & wonderful works that will boggle your mind!

What does it mean for something to be weird? Perhaps something that is a little out of the ordinary? Surreal? Left of field? Supernatural perhaps… ?

Here in the Gallery we think that weird is wonderful! 8 weird and wonderful pieces to make you think…

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‘My Black Heart’ by Mr Go

‘Fortunes Balled’ by Nom Kinnear King

‘Womb Service’ by Xue Wang

‘Exposure’ by Ian Hodgson

‘Egress’ by Ian Jones

‘The Devil Hath Power to Assume a Pleasing Shape’ by Magnus Gjoen

‘Crwcwd’ by Anna E Davies

‘Unfolding’ by Jane Thomson

George Thornton Art ~ 12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN

Tel – 01159243555

Art in progress… Pencil drawing by Kate Brinkworth

Kate Brinkworth undertook her artistic training at Nottingham Trent University, and graduated in 2000. Fast forward almost 20 years and she now finds herself selling through Christie’s Auction House with works on permanent display within public museums and private collections all over the world. Her attention to detail is extraordinary. See art in progress and completed…

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‘The Writer’ Pencil drawing in progress… Kate using photography as reference…

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‘The Writer’ by Kate Brinkworth. Pencil on Paper.

George Thornton Art : 12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN Tel, 01159243555

Orange is the New Black… (Art-wise obviously…)

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‘Crwcwd’ by Anna E Davies

The orange colour is a very warm and vibrant that actually gives very different reactions throughout the world. In the Netherlands it’s the national colour. Asia, more sacred surrounding Buddhist monks and their robes and finally, the United States its associated with Halloween! That aside the colour orange always plays a big part in our homes. Very warm. From carrot colored carpets to apricot bathroom suites, orange has managed to makes us smile and certainly brightens up that room or office space. See our art, be inspired and find what works for you?

The Butterfly Effect

‘The Butterfly Effect’ by Louise McNaught

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‘Organicolour’ by Russell Hatton

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‘Jane’ by Nick Holdsworth

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‘Betty’ by Oli Fowler

Northern Light by Louise McNaught

‘Northern Lights’ by Lousie McNaught

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‘Vandal Helmet’ by Zombiedan

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‘Genesis’ by Kieran Crowder

 

George Thornton Art {12A Flying Horse Walk}{Nottingham}{NG1 2HN}

Telephone – 01159243555

 

Anna E Davies – Shifting Perceptions

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Welsh painter Davies takes inspiration from her day-to-day environment in Nottingham, revealing the underlying sentiments and sensations lurking in mundane, everyday experiences.

Her ruddy, fleshy figures recall the grubby worlds of Raymond Briggs and Quentin Blake as much as Francis Bacon’s contorted dreamscapes. Here the mind is making a break for it through the body and reality is worming its way out from under appearance.

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The shifting, fuzzy face of the grim figure in Reflection (below) stands in stark contrast to the defined shape of the teacher or perhaps self portrait seen in Sketch (above image)

Davies work here recalls the existentialist philosophy of Heidegger and Sartre with the subject of Sketch defined and submerged into the social identity of the teacher, while the figure in Reflection is confronted with the terrible freedom of authenticity and the clamouring, battling swirl of multiple identities.

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The Gallery welcomes this fine emerging artist to our books. Already a positive reaction we anticipate Davies to be an artist not to be overlooked. Click here to find out more

George Thornton Art : 12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN

Telephone – 01159243555