Loughran Gallery presents the latest solo exhibition from British artist Dave White, at their Cadogan Gardens gallery in London. The gallery is known for its discriminate eye, and central to its vision is to show work of innovation which is beautifully executed and that will have a voice in the art world in years to come.
This new series follows on from a previous exhibition by White, named Natural Selection, and explores the theme of critically endangered species by focussing on wildlife whose existence is becoming increasingly perilous in the natural world. White’s trademark expressive style is instantly recognisable and his work presents opulent oil paintings with a stark sense of life, fragility, movement and emotional integrity.
The series of portraits and movement works, engages the viewer to question our environment and our impact on life’s precarious equilibrium in the natural world, which is in danger of falling beyond our reach. The works depict beauty and grace, where the powerful and fragile are juxtaposed challenging the viewer. The exhibition will feature oils, watercolours and unique limited editions.
Loughran Gallery was founded on the belief that great art communicates at a frequency we, as humans, emotionally and subconsciously tune into; it doesn’t just view work through the eyes of what may feel relevant today, but is concerned with artists of longevity, who speak their own unique language and consider subject matters that will resonate in the future.
The exhibition will run from November 4 until November 28 at 43 Cadogan Gardens, London, SW3 2TB. For more information visit the website of Loughran Gallery.
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