Our series of solo exhibitions celebrating contemporary printmaking continues in Gallery 6 with Estella Scholes.
Many of Estella’s references are gathered from direct observation whilst wandering along the shorelines of North Wales, in particular the Llyn Peninsula, where evidence of an almost vanished industrial past can be found. Broken bits of old jetties, rusted metal and other manmade debris linger amongst the stones and more familiar beach treasures.
She is intrigued by the ambiguity of natural and manmade forms, eroded almost to abstraction by the elements. Transitory arrangements of colour, texture and shape endlessly appear and disappear in the liminal space between the tides. These fleeting impressions linger in the mind, to be further abstracted and rearranged by memory.
All prints are for sale framed or unframed, and the Collectorplan scheme allows you to buy unique pieces of contemporary art and craft over a period of 12 months interest free.