“Saturate” art exhibition

“Saturate” art exhibition

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Brand new Tyldesley Hi! Street gallery space hosts its first group show, curated by Mosley Common artist Aaron Pearce

About this event

Above the much-loved Hop & Hazlewood bar you will now find the Hop-art Gallery space, bringing you the best and (literally!) the brightest official launch exhibition "Saturate".

To coincide with the Tyldesley Arts & Heritage festival art trail around the new Common Lane street mural, we are completely focused on COLOUR!

”Saturate” brings you varied use of vivid colour by 2 exceptional local artists. The exhibition aims to harness both artists‘ abilities and ideas with a strong narrative on how both bodies of work compliment each other while taking the use of colour in completely different directions.

Carl Skull is a musician and photographer from Leigh whose current project explores the unseen. Using his homemade infra-red technology Skull is revealing the world in literally a new light. Through landscape and nature his photographs transpose this hidden world into a one more familiar.

Chantelle Sandland is straight out of Salford uni after completing a fine art degree, and a leading exponent of the colour blue and all the emotions and connotations it brings. Using scale and texture she brings her abstract pieces to life with an emotional intelligence to connect personally with the audience.

Why not pop down any of the days between 3-10pm for a nosy and enjoy the artworks with a great craft ale from the bar in this unique, independent gallery space project. Please note that this venue is accessed up a flight of stairs.

This exhibition is just one part of Tyldesley Arts & Heritage Festival, organised by For Tyldesley CIC (www.fortyldesley.co.uk) with funding gratefully received from Historic England’s Heritage Action Zone.

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