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New Solo Show to open at Curious Duke Gallery

Solo Show of Contemporary Artist Louise McNaught explores the theme endangered animals through paintings and 3D painted sculptures at the Curious Duke Gallery.

Solo Show of Contemporary Artist Louise McNaught explores the theme endangered animals through paintings and 3D painted sculptures at the Curious Duke Gallery, currently London’s leading urban and contemporary art space for emerging artists.

The exhibition on opens Friday 7th April. McNaught’s wonderfully colourful combinations of animals and neons where the animals are ‘God-like, sublime and ethereal in their luminescence.’

McNaught embraces a mixed-media approach which is motivated by emotive and spiritual experiences. She cleverly balances the delicate relationship between the energy nature and destructive power of mankind.

Louise McNaught completed her Fine Art Degree BSc (Hons) in 2012 at the University of Greenwich, and she has continued to work as a professional artist ever since, with international representation.

Paintings from this show also feature in her forthcoming book released worldwide in 2018 with Templar Publishing called ‘Survival’.

 

When: 7 – 29 April 2017

11am-6pm Weekdays

12-4pm Saturday

Closed Sundays

Where: Curious Duke Gallery, 173 WhiteCross Road, London EC1Y 8JT

Website: www.louisemcnaught.com

 

Written by Hazel at London Guided Walks

Email: blog@londonguidedwalks.co.uk

Hazel Baker is a qualified CIGA Tour Guide who delivers guided walks and private tours in London. View all of Hazel’s walking tours.

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