DRAWN - Ellen Weeks & Toby Rainbird-Webb

Image Credit: Ellen Weeks

Icespace, 1 N Parade Rd, Bath BA2 4EU

07497493620
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http://www.icespace.co.uk/ellenweeks&tobyrainbirdwebb.html

Tuesday 21 March 2017 – Sunday 26 March 2017
Opening Hours: 12-6pm

A selection of individual and collaborative drawings by artists Ellen Weeks and Toby Rainbird-Webb.

Drawn is an intimate exhibition exploring drawing as a thought process and conversation. Stemming from months of collaborative work and discussions on the importance of drawing as a method this exhibition hopes to engage the general public with an exciting new take on draughtsmanship and methods of drawing.

Ellen Weeks is currently studying at Bath School of Art & Design and formerly attended Goldsmiths. Her work centres around the banal and overlooked. She uses drawing, analogue photography and text in order to construct new textual and fictional narratives. Weeks has recently shown work at the 44AD gallery, hosted an open studio and participated in a group placement at Walcot chapel.

Toby Rainbird-Webb is a locally based Artist, recently awarded the Porthleven Prize and Outstanding Achievement in Fine Art for his short film An American Werewolf In Wales. His practice centres around notions of truth and the line between fact and fiction. Rainbird-Webb is an associate of Spike Island and former assistant to artist Glyn Burton.

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