The fiery colours of the season has inspired our blog post this month, and Emma has started to see some of the wonderful peices at Tree Gallery through Autumn-tinted glasses! The earthy tones of the artworks she is exhibiting inside, compliment the falling leaves just outside our gallery doors.
The warm Autumn atmosphere is immediately apparent when you see Paul Maseyk's large double-handled vessel sitting next to Chris Weaver's lidded jars, or Katherine Smyth's rat standing proudly amongst Richard Stratton's mugs. Or when you see Renee Boyd's tall vases, which have that contemporary flair of contrast between the warm brown tones and stark white. I can imagine enjoying a warm drink from one of her mugs whilst sitting in my favourite chair looking at the window; enjoying the chaos of leaves falling in the garden. Each scene is complete donning an Emma Bass framed "Imperfect Image" on the wall; hanging in harmony with the objects.
So, come into the gallery and warm us with your energy, and we will give you back some warm fuzzies of inspiration with conversations about our talented artists, and the work we showcase here at the Tree.
Artists supporting artists! TREE celebrates creativity.