John McLean on painting 

‘I’m not interested in the paint’s response to gravity on a vertical canvas.’ ~ John McLean

Double Vision at the Lion & Lamb Gallery

Mali Morris, Degrees of Freedom, 2005 acrylic on canvas, 36 x 46cm

Mali Morris, Degrees of Freedom, 2005 acrylic on canvas, 36 x 46cm

I really like the look of this painting by Mali Morris, just one of the wonderful works on display, in a show called ‘Double Vision’, at the Lion & Lamb Gallery.

Other artists include: Chris-Baker / Dominic Beattie / Isha Bøhling / Ian Bottle / Alice Browne / Simon Callery / Keith Coventry / Natalie Dower / Tom Hackney / Jumpei Kinoshita / Hannah Knox / John McLean / Sarah McNulty / Neil Mendock / Mali Morris / Jost Münster / Selma Parlour / Geoff Rigden / Dan Roach / Danny Rolph / David Ryan / Estelle Thompson / Julian Wakelin & curator Katrina Blannin.

“The Lion & Lamb gallery promotes contemporary painting and is situated ‘within’ a friendly typical East London pub”. There are two excellent reviews of the current exhibition, which is on until the 14th of July, including one on patternsthatconnect Andrew Parkinson’s great blog, and the other is on Abstract Critical, written by Adam Walker.

 

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