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Paul Lightfoot, Immaterial Lines - An Exhibition

Monday 6th June 2011 9am - Saturday 18th June 2011 8pm 107 Charing Cross Road Exhibition

'Immaterial Lines' is an exhibition of paintings, drawings and stories, a thought-provoking and unusual combination of literature and painting that probes at certain curiosities of life and our relationship with the planet.

Paul Lightfoot uses phrases and stories in his paintings, but has also written several short stories and a novel from which sentences or parts have been used for paintings. Equally, what was written for paintings has at times been the essence of stories. Painting and writing, one emphasises and nourishes the other to enhance the work as a whole.

According to Paul: 'Art leaves a residue of what we are, it's a great expression of the soul and through it we find a relation between the spiritual and physical. I see my work as making us part of the picture, not the picture.'

 

The Exhibition is free and tickets are not required.

Location: The Gallery, 3rd Floor, Foyles, Charing Cross Road

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