The World of Glass: Pen, Pencil, Mouse and Etching Point
Venue: The World of Glass
Dates: 10/11/2018 - 04/01/2019
Times: All Day
Private View @ TWOG
Saturday 10th November 2:00pm – 4:00pm
‘Pen, Pencil, Mouse & Etching Point’
Exhibition on until the 4th January 2019.
Details on www.vincentkelly.org
Pen, Pencil, Mouse and Etching Point.
The work I produce owes more to Art History and cultural identities than anything else. These starting points are often influenced through the traditions of landscape and figurative elements common to image making. This collection of work draws its inspiration from the Renaissance to Postmodernism.
My work is illustrative in nature and adheres closely to the principles of accurate drawing and sound draughtsmanship. Drawing is used extensively in the research and planning of my work.
The digital work I produce is often coupled with traditional working methods, including: etching, drawing, painting and photography. The use of printing technology and Industry standard drawing software provides scope to pursue a multimedia approach.
Limited edition prints form the backbone of this exhibition. All digital prints have been produced using up to date print media including an Epson Stylus Pro 9900 printer, Epson Ultrachrome K3 Archival Inks and Hahnemuehle 308 gsm Fine Art papers. Each print carries a document of Authenticity.
Vincent Kelly, born Widnes in 1953. Attended Warrington College of Art 1970-1973; Cardiff College of Art 1973-1976; Art Teachers Diploma, Liverpool 1978-1979; St Helens College of Art BTEC HNC in Multimedia 1997-1999 & BTEC HND in Multimedia 2001-2003. Cass Art Liverpool: Solo Exhibition 2018. TWOG: St Helens Open Exhibition 2017. Menier Gallery, London 2017/2016: SGFA Draw 17 and Draw 16. Editions Gallery, Liverpool: Open Exhibition 2016/2017. Saatchi Online Gallery London: 2015. Bankside Gallery London: Open Print Exhibition 2014. Royal Birmingham Society of Arts: Open Print Exhibition 2014. Warrington Museum Gallery: ‘Exhibition of Recent Work’ 2000. Liverpool University of Architecture: Group Show 1995. Cartwright Hall, Bradford: Etching in Permanent Collection.