We will be hosting an evening with Bruce McLean on the 11th October 7 – 8.30pm with Champagne served throughout.
Bruce McLean has been one of the major figures of the contemporary British Art scene for over 50 years. Having studied at Glasgow school of Art and Central St Martin’s under contemporaries such Sir Anthony Caro, Philip King, Bill Tucker, Issac Witkin and Peter Atkins.
McLean’s work is in a permanent state of movement and invention; from the late 1960s his range of media has included painting, printmaking, sculpture, film, photography drawing and live work; in all of which humour, scepticism and wit are central. His work seeks to challenge the concept of ‘sculpture’ and indeed of ‘art’ by creating work that questions establishment thinking, materials and methods of display.
Now in his eighth decade Bruce’s energy, vision and work ethic remain undimmed.
This exhibition brings together a collection of work whose central theme is the concept of a Dream Garden, heavily influenced by Bruce’s wife Rosy’s garden in Spain. Featuring Sculpture, Original prints, monotypes, limited edition prints.