Artizan Artist Preview: September

Image Credit: Jewel, Martin Bush

Artizan Gallery, 7 Lucius Street, Torquay TQ2 5UW

01803428626
jacobbrandon@artizangallery.co.uk
www.artizangallery.co.uk/pv

Friday 01 September 2017
6-8pm
Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:30-16:30
Booking recommended
RSVP at www.artizangallery.co.uk/pv or https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/artizan-artist-preview-september-tickets-34043902228

This is the ninth instalment of our 2017 Solo Series showcasing the works of local South Devon artists.

Our Artist Preview events are a great opportunity to meet the artists and find out more about their work as well as benefit from exclusive evening discounts.

You can RSVP at www.artizangallery.co.uk/PV

“I have felt that looking into an abstract painting can be parallel to looking into a mirror. Your focus becomes a reflection of who you are and where you have been in life.”

Artist in Residence at the Royal William Yard in Plymouth for over twelve years, Martin Bush began his artistic career working commercially producing murals and interior décor projects for restaurants, pubs, and hotels in and around Oxford. A year living in Thailand in the late 1990s led to a shift in focus and Martin discovered his passion for painting abstract works in oils and acrylics. He goes back to Thailand every year to ‘recharge’ his artistic batteries.

http://www.artizangallery.co.uk/article/403-martin-bush

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