by Jeff Dellow: 3 to 27 May 2018

A surge is a sudden powerful movement forward or upward; an example of this would be the gentle force of the estuary, breaking into deeper water.

For Dellow, there is a surge through making, it grows and developing new ways to expand the physical range of touch and colour in his paintings.

Within Dellow’s work there is also a movement, the moving focus, a space for traversing a lateral scroll of elements in painting. It leads to openness, a mobile feast rather than a fixed format. It is an invitation to the viewer to enter a contemplative visual terrain where the viewer can see the thinking in painting.

Dellow has recently had a touring exhibition Visual Stream which toured from the Cut in Halesworth to the Lanchester Research Gallery at Coventry University.

Private View: Thursday 3rd May 6:30 – 8:30pm
Artist’s Talk: Saturday 19th May 2 – 3pm