How can one word encapsulate such a wide and varied range of human feelings and occasions? Does any word in the English language come with more weighty expectation than the word emotion?
From births to deaths, heart ache to ecstasy, each of the big moments of our lives are drenched in emotion and sensation. But they are also the aspect which makes even the smallest event meaningful and memorable. Look at Anthony Barrow’s wonderful painting The Letter and allow your mind to ask questions. Who is this girl? Why is she so perplexed? Every emotion is here in this exhibition and there is the perfect artwork to suit every mood and desire. At LondonArt we believe that big art and big emotions are the cornerstones of life.
Be sure to look through this engaging and poignant exhibition and share our love of life in all its uncontrollable glory.
|23 by 15cm. (9.2' x 6') |
|Ceramic stoneware and Glaze|
|by Lawrence Douglas Davis. NS - more artworks, artist's CV|
|29 by 40cm. (11.6' x 16') |
|Mixed media on canvas (Xerox, collage, acrylics)|
|by Manuel Duboé - more artworks, artist's CV|
|Don José 99 years old|
|28 by 35.5cm. (11.2' x 14.2') |
|by Carlos Escobar - more artworks, artist's CV|