Language of Paint - Iain Andrews & Richard Kenton Webb

  • Iain Andrews, The Eat Me
     

    Iain Andrews, The Eat Me

  • Richard Kenton Webb, Earth Light Orange, the Song of the Dentist's Son
     

    Richard Kenton Webb, Earth Light Orange, the Song of the Dentist's Son

  • Iain Andrews, The Pilgrimage of Lost Children
     

    Iain Andrews, The Pilgrimage of Lost Children

  • Richard Kenton webb, Spectral Red Dark
     

    Richard Kenton webb, Spectral Red Dark

  • Iain Andrews, Study for Joshua Defeating the Amalekites
     

    Iain Andrews, Study for Joshua Defeating the Amalekites

4 November - 7 December 2013

Language of Paint was a collaborative exhibition between two artists; Iain Andrews and Richard Kenton Webb. Iain Andrews’ sensuous and playful yet contemplative paintings blur the boundaries between abstraction and figuration to create a vital, living dialogue with the viewer. Richard Kenton Webb takes inspiration from romantic and metaphysical traditions, and using pure and often rare pigments he has embarked on an epic exploration into colour. The way in which their approach to materials contrasts was something which they explored in greater detail at the workshops held for the Art Scholars.