Date(s) - 05/12/2019 - 19/01/2020
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
An exhibition of paintings which is both a documentation of and meditation on the dormant winter garden. This is explored through a series of abstract cross-sections of the soil revealing the unexpectedly active life found during this fallow time of year. The result is a series of paintings which waver between portraiture and pure abstraction. The vulnerability and resilience of our ecology parallels our own human weaknesses and perseverance.
Pauline Little studied at The Cooper Union in NYC and Middlesex University in London and now lives and paints in Bangor, Northern Ireland. An active artist for 25 years, she taught at Surrey Institute of Art and Design and her paintings are held in public collections at Sheffield University, The Cooper Union and other art collecting organisations.