Date: 30 Oct - 30 Nov, 2018
"I am delighted with this exhibition by Stephen Snoddy, his seductive colour palette and carefully considered compositions draw from light a sense of balance. The organisation of perspectival space flattened into planes over the pictoral surface act like captured spaces creating an overall aesthetic awash in colours. The pastels-rarely exhibited and monotypes explore a range of flat and deep spaces, stretching the possibilities of the powerful aesthetic into mediums which can inspire us all.
In Richard Cork's words "Snoddy's art is fundamentally abstract, it includes a fascinating range of references to the visible world. Architecture can be counted among them, partly because he sees himself building the internal scaffolding of his paintings as the work proceeds".
The work is delightful, energising. Snoddy creates original painterly pathways in all his chosen mediums."
Isabel H Langtry, Principal HSoA
Private View - Tuesday 30th October - 6:00pm - 8:00pm. Please RSVP