Posts Tagged: Lyall Brownlee

Jerm IX Tragedy bestows … Paper, permanent marker

Salon des Refusés

The famous Salon des Refusés exhibition of Paris in 1863 was a response to the official Paris Salon’s rejection of paintings by the early Impressionists, many of which are now considered masterpieces. As part of the Precarious Festival, this exhibition

Jerm IX Tragedy bestows … Paper, permanent marker

Salon des Refusés

The famous Salon des Refusés exhibition of Paris in 1863 was a response to the official Paris Salon’s rejection of paintings by the early Impressionists, many of which are now considered masterpieces. As part of the Precarious Festival, this exhibition

Praying Man by Lyall Brownlee

Lyall Brownlee: The Significance of Insignificant Matter

There is something alien and queasy about Lyall Brownlee’s paintings and sculptures and it’s not that easy to find a way in to them. His recent show at Gallery in the Attic, entitled The Significance of Insignificant Matter, finally gives

Praying Man by Lyall Brownlee

Lyall Brownlee: The Significance of Insignificant Matter

There is something alien and queasy about Lyall Brownlee’s paintings and sculptures and it’s not that easy to find a way in to them. His recent show at Gallery in the Attic, entitled The Significance of Insignificant Matter, finally gives