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Exhibition by SSA Professional Member, Paul Furneaux

Venue: House For An Art Lover. Cafe Gallery (10 Dumbreck Road, Bellahouston Park, Glasgow G41 5BW)

Private View: Thu 2 May 7-9pm

Demo: Thu 2 May 6-7pm

Exhibition runs 2 May – 10 June

Paul Furneaux is a contemporary Scottish artist who studied and completed a Masters Degree in Woodblock Printing (Mokuhanga) at Tama Art University in Tokyo, spending four years living and working in Japan. Furneaux has exhibited extensively throughout the world and his work is held in a number of prestigious private and public collections, both at home and abroad; he is the recipient of many accolades and awards, and has been invited to create work in response to a range of international artist residencies.

Furneaux’s work explores themes of gardens, landscape and the effects of weather which are adapted and abstracted, often emphasising the inherent beauty of the Mokuhanga medium itself. The large gallery space at House for an Art Lover has allowed the artist to select both new work that incorporates etching and to present a range of work created over the past ten years. Pause will feature some of the work Furneaux developed while on residencies at the Centre for Contemporary Printmaking, Connecticut, USA; Station K Studios, Stavanger, Norway and most recently at MI-LAB, the Centre for Mokuhanga Innovation, located in the sight of Mount Fuji, Japan.

You and your guests are invited to the Private View of the exhibition on Thursday 2 May from 7.00 – 9.00pm  RSVP  Dianne Miller, Arts Development Officer   0141 270 5142

dmiller@houseforanartlover.co.uk

NB if you would like to go to the demo of Mokuhanga (Japanese woodblock printing) you will have to book directly with the gallery as numbers are limited to 30 people and already half booked.

 

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