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abstract painting from 14 British artists

This exhibition is a challenging coda to the two-part original ‘meta–’survey in Ruskin Gallery last autumn. In miniature format, it celebrates a rich scene in contemporary British abstract painting, particularly focusing on a generation of artists whose careers of up to forty years or more have been spent exclusively tuning their personal interpretation of visual […]

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Mark Surridge

In 1997 Mark Surridge moved from London and set up his house and studio in the depths of the Cornish countryside. Eight years on he has established himself as part of an exciting new generation of artists working and exhibiting within the region. He has been elected a member of the Newlyn Society of Artists […]

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To the Edge

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Elemental Secrets

n 1997 Mark Surridge moved from London and set up his house and studio in the depths of the Cornish countryside. Eight years on he has established himself as part of an exciting new generation of artists working and exhibiting within the region. He has been elected a member of the Newlyn Society of Artists […]

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Land Veils

Mark Surridge is a painter who to some extent works in a very English tradition, landscape, which is the base on which he says he is “grappling with abstract relationships between shapes, colours and textures on the picture plane.” At first glance his work looks abstract and the results have their own very personal syntax, […]

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