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Steven Farmer is ICON

02-02-2011 06:11 PM CET | Arts & Culture

Press release from: Where Angels Fear Contemporary

Steven Farmers ICON Exhibition is nothing like anything seen before in the Galleries of Somerset.

He sets out to push the boundaries of contemporary painting. The passion, depth and intrigue to this collection are truly captivating, transporting you to the curiosity of your imagination.

I've had the pleasure of viewing his work at the Mauger Modern Art Gallery where he was exhibiting alongside legendary artists Andy Warhol, Banksy and Keith Harring. As I walked around the gallery each and every painting continued to beg the viewer to interact with it, to ask how they were created. The answer is in the visionary creativity that is the mind of the artist.

ICON is the 3rd exhibition from Steven Farmer, the strong, Basquiatan, colourful yet graceful mystery in each work of art strives to occupy the viewer, letting them add their own connotation to each picture. Steven’s intuitive use of light, colour (he never uses black or grey in any of his work-a subtle form of rebellion) is paramount in capturing his subject in an anomalous way. ICON challenges the viewer to come up with their own conclusions about his work. He has strived to present a body of work that will intrigue the most curious of minds. ICON does not follow a linear path, instead the paintings should be viewed at the viewers’ discretion, with no specific painting chosen to mark the start or finish.

ICON exhibition is the first of its kind for Somerset. The exhibition pushes the spectator to look beyond the obvious and question what they see at first glance.

The depth and passion evoked in these paintings take Neo-Expressionism to a whole new level.

Written by Cheryl D. Tulloch

ICON exhibition is on 26th February to 26 March

Pylle Emporium & Gallery
Unit 3A & 4A
Stockwood Business Park
Pylle
Shepton Mallet
Somerset
BA4 6TA
United Kingdom

For more info:+44 (0)77 22 55 00 24
+44 (0)1749 838 783
info@whereangelsfear.org.uk or
info@pylleemporiumandgallery.co.uk

Where Angels Fear Contemporary is an artist collective established by Cheryl D. Tulloch and other fellow class of 99' Camberwell College of Arts - University of Arts London.

Where Angels Fear Contemporary is an online contemporary art gallery and acts as a private art advisory for institutions, corporations and private clients. Our principal focus is on affordable painting, photography, sculpture and Illustration from the UK's emerging artists.

We build strong relationships with a vast network of undiscovered and emerging artists as well as dealers around the world.

Please Visit us: http://www.whereangelsfear.org.uk

Cheryl D. Tulloch - Agent & PR

Where Angels Fear Contemporary
145 - 147 St. John Street, London, EC1V 4PY

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