‘Connections and Associations’ by Lin Cheung is a new exhibition on show at Cupola Gallery 7 October - 11 November, with a special opening event on Friday 6 October.
Cupola is delighted to present Lin Cheung, an abstract artist, author and teacher who is interested in the unique individuality of experience, metaphor and symbol, for her first solo show at the gallery.
Connections and Associations is a series of new, contemporary, abstract works for the viewer's imagination to explore.
Lin draws on her experience as a psychotherapist and her understanding of metaphor, symbolism and unconscious associations and meaning. Some of the key ideas in her work are about nature, archaeology and time, juxtaposed with the continuity of place and human experience.
They emerge in the way she makes use of texture, paint handling and line. Lin works in mixed media, including acrylic paint combined with pencil crayon, oil pastel and sometimes collage.
She begins with intuitive mark-making, allowing the painting to evolve from the process of the work holding her central themes in mind.
New exhibition launch event on Friday 6 October: 7:30-9:30pm
Cupola Gallery is open Monday through to Saturday, 10am - 6pm and closed on Sundays.