I thought I should share them with you even though they are only on for a short time.
Tom Evetts – TERRA FIRMA, at Gallery 8, Duke Street, London SW1, until 1st June 2014
This talented young artist’s exhibition is in his own words “all about land and sea” and his works are certainly a celebration of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Evetts paints en plein air often starting at sunrise and continuing to sunset. He is fascinated by colour and the effect of light upon it as the day unfolds. He also acknowledges a debt to fauvism.
Tom Evetts is represented by Leonora Martin Fine Art
Eugene Brimmerberg: New Works, Art Galleries Europe, 18 Maddox St, London W1, until 31st May
This show is part of the fourth Russian Art Week to be held in London and it features work from the artist’s entire career. It is his first major solo exhibition here. He says “If art ceases to be the expression of the deepest sense- that is the basis for a human being to shape the idea of its own existence- culture is bound to become a transnational phenomenon, that makes individuality forsake its historical merit, in order to recreate itself anew from the faceless existence of the present.”