Our Tim'rous Beasties exhibition has some fabulous artists exhibiting, and here are two of them: Paul Barnes and Henry Fraser.
|King Monkey by Paul Barnes|
|The Dawn of The Golden Owl by Paul Barnes|
Paul Barnes' work is instantly recognisable. His ethereal works enchant the viewer. The subjects seem as if from a world of extended metaphor and gentle strangeness.
|Black Deer by Paul Barnes|
They are exquisitely painted in fine detail on a textured plaster base. This creates a lovely juxtaposition between the rough and the delicate.
|Craw Bogle by Henry Fraser|
Henry Fraser is another artist whose work grabs the attention and intrigues the viewer.
|We Use These For Meat by Henry Fraser|
His paintings compel the viewer to connect at a deeper level. Whether it is the emotions felt or the memories triggered, the experience is a significant one and the lasting impression is one of warmth and affinity, but not always.
|Not a Happy Bunny by Henry Fraser|
|Craw by Henry Fraser|
These works and many more can be viewed until 18 May.
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