(aspects of drawing)

Leyden Gallery presents WITH/DRAW. An exhibition that asks a distinct and varied group of artists what significance drawing has upon their practice.

Art Exhibition previously on at Leyden Gallery in Greater London, United Kingdom.
From Wednesday 06 July 2016 to Saturday 16 July 2016
Launch Tuesday 05 July 2016, 6.30pm - 9pm

WITH/DRAW image Sound of Silence (SOS) black noise #4 image St. Martin in the fields image

Published by anonymous on Thursday 16 June 2016.
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Drawing is often considered as the quintessential point from which the development of an idea moves through to a larger or more complex work – regardless of whether they contain the genesis of a larger work or are complete in themselves, drawings offer both the maker and the viewer direct appeal as intimate first-hand encounters.
The process of drawing leads on to new difficulties to be conquered, to new subtleties of line, and fresh fascinations in the pursuit of distinction and style. The artists participating in this exhibition all have their own elemental take on the art of drawing.

As expected these artists have presented a remarkably diverse range of work, from the immediacy of life-drawing to detailed preparatory studies, they incorporate an equally diverse range of mediums from pencil, biro and pastel to collage and grids.

You are invited to engage with the closeness and accessibility offered by these artworks and to discover the rich possibilities of drawing.
Christine Taylor Patten / Sarah Muirhead / Victoria Coster / Hanna ten Doornkaat / Daniel Hosego / Marc Gooderham / Nicholas Borden / Nude for Thought group.

This exhibition will also feature a selection of drawings from the participants – beginner and experienced – of the Saturday Morning Life Drawing Sessions, a collaboration between Leyden Gallery and Nude for Thought group.