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4me4you visits Ponton Gallery, which featured 4 artists: Henry Jabbour/Lee Jeonglok/ Matteo Massagrande/Chris Rivers

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4me4you

visits

Ponton Gallery,

which featured 4 artists:

Henry Jabbour/

Lee Jeonglok/

Matteo Massagrande/

Chris Rivers

my work

 

Artist: Henry Harbour paints the human figure.

 

Artist: Lee Jeonglok uses photography to create and record his world.

 

Artist: Matteo Massagrande 

paintings evoke light, place, and time.

 

Artist: Chris Rivers is a painter of beautiful matter suspended in a void. 

my process

 

 

 

 

 

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Artist: Lee Jeonglok

Lee Jeonglok uses photography to create and record his world.  He makes mysterious and evocative images of strange and magical events.  These happen in carefully chosen, personally significant landscapes, realised by a thorough mastery of photographic techniques. 

Artist:  Henry Jabbour

Henry Harbour paints the human figure.  His paintings display a vivid use of colour and exuberant execution.  His loosely-indicated, schematic images are integrated into a highly worked and abstracted paint surface, scattered with incidental markings and subtle gestures. 

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Artist: Chris Rivers – Celestial Gardens

Chris Rivers is a painter of beautiful matter suspended in a void.  He makes an imagined word out of a welter of oil paint, his studio process rolling turmoil of growth, change and decay.  Lyrical and romantic, loaded with symbol, the pictures describe a creation myth.  At the heart of their elegant storm and lush elaborations, we are in at the birth of something.

“Celestial Gardens is a series of paintings based on the solar system.  I wanted to create abstract, colourful paintings which were inspired by the idea of flowers and plants growing on each planet.  This idea developed as I proceeded to paint the pieces, gradually expanding to include themes of science, myth, religion, nature.  The Sun and Pluto were added at the end of the set.  Ultimately, I wanted each piece to stand out from the others representing how unique each planet in our solar system is.” – Chris Rivers

Artist: Matteo Massagrande

The paintings evoke light, place and time.  His technical accomplishment is evident in their subtle expression, where he deploys a masterful and meticulous command of colour and tonality.

What one begins to notice are deliberate variations in perspective, emphasised by the grids of tiling, which suggest that these paintings do not simply record a view, but are elaborate constructs. They are in fact composure images, collated to produce theatrical and compressed evocation of location and history.

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