Revolutions

An Exhibition by HOFS Artist Emma Mower

It was great to see other HOFS artists supporting Emma's exhibition. Left to right - Alan Hockett, Chris Ruston and Phil Bradshaw with Emma Mower.
Lynda Manning
Emma's work in the Basement Gallery
Lynda Manning

Emma Mower is a resident artist at Hadleigh Old Fire Station.  On Saturday 13th February 2016 I was invited to a private viewing of her latest exhibition at the Beecroft Art Gallery in Southend.
Emma’s work is ideally suited to the stark, industrial style architecture found in Southend’s old library, now the Beecroft; setting and artwork combine to provide a unified experience for the visitor.

Emma says of her work:

‘The discarded and often overlooked in our daily environments are important to me. The structures I see and the objects that I find are constantly rediscovered in my work. I am fascinated by the lines, shapes, fragments and surfaces that form the basis of our urban and domestic surroundings and form the compositions that contribute to the geometry of our everyday lives.’

The exhibition is FREE and on until the 2nd April 2016.  For further details click below:

http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/whats_on/event/Emma-Mower-Revolutions

Alternatively, contact Emma Mower through her website:

www.emmamower.com

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