Peacock Visual Arts is delighted to announce ‘PUTNEY POEMS’, an exhibition by Hugh T. Rowson.
The exhibition will include paintings and a new print produced at Peacock.
Rowson has provided a quote from his son to accompany the exhibition:
“Any theory about how the mind thinks or learns should be considered with due care, because thinking and learning are highly idiosyncratic processes and difficult to model without violating their inherent complexity.”
– Chess for Zebras by Dr. Jonathan Rowson 2005
About the artist:
Hugh Rowson seeks to bring life to inanimate objects in a variety of mediums. Personal poems are juxtaposed to create watercolour fluidity. The medium of pen and ink facilitates a depiction of detail in architectural subjects. Rowson typically transfers images from thumb-nail sketches to completed paintings; a process full of uncertainty and chance.
Rowson also creates special ambiguity with the use of strong, meaningful, pattern and decoration as common themes in a symbolic language.
Opening: Saturday 10th October, 2-4pm
Exhibition runs from: 10th October – 7th November