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Light and Shadow

Light and Shadow

Anastasia Markovskaya

Ann Petruckevitch

Charles Eades

Cherry Adam

Clare Chinnery

David Jones

Elainah Demach

Imon Chetia Phukan

Inese Eglite

Janet Stafford

Julie Edwardson

Kay Nyx

Kimberley Bevan

Kobi Walsh

Lewis Andrews

Louisa Pankhurst Johnson

Louise Richards

Marion Gowland

Mira Fernandez

Niki Gandy

Philip Westcott

Pink and grAy

Piotr Kuszyński  

Raheleh Jahangard 

Rebecca Pedley

Roger Nowell

Ruth Spencer

Sadie Aston

Stanley Greening

Tony Bowen 

Vanessa Allen

Yi-Chiao Chen

November 2022

David Jones, A New Day, 2022, Oil on canvas, Oil on canvas, 36x46x4 cm

Light and Shadow


Light has been used as a metaphor for expressing vivid experiences of joy, spiritual insight, and creativity since the 'dawn' of civilization (Zajonc, 1993). Shadows symbolise suspense, uncertainty, and dark magic. But they can also be positive. They can represent relief and protection. But the most overwhelming shadow symbolism is that of secrecy and the unknown. All artists with a different artistic approach reflected their individual and exceptional experience around the theme ‘light and shadow’. 

The artists whose work features in this exhibition are: Anastasia Markovskaya, Ann Petruckevitch, Charles Eades, Cherry Adam, Clare Chinnery, David Jones, Elainah Demach, Imon Chetia Phukan, Inese Eglite, Janet Stafford, Julie Edwardson, Kay Nyx, Kimberley Bevan, Kobi Walsh, Lewis Andrews, Louisa Pankhurst Johnson, Louise Richards, Marion Gowland, Mira Fernandez, Niki Gandy, Philip Westcott, Pink and grAy, Piotr Kuszynski, Raheleh Jahangard, Rebecca Pedley, Roger Nowell, Ruth Spencer, Sadie Aston, Stanley Greening, Tony Bowen, Vanessa Allen, Yi-Chiao Chen.

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