2 September - 15 September
Peter Hall, NZ
Peter Hall studied at the London Royal College in the 1960s at a time when traditional values and rules within art were being heavily challenged and a period at the College which was alive with groundbreaking innovation. Hall studied alongside artists such as David Hockney and Zandra Rhodes, and a pivotal moment in the experimental time was an exhibition of Franz Kline and Jackson Pollock at the American Embassy in London.
Peter has worked in industrial design, fashion and teaching, but has always maintained a passionate need to paint and his styling and content is heavily influenced by the patterning and colouration he would he have used in his textile and design background.
More details to be announced.