Take a Journey to The View
Don't miss Lynda Hollis' exhibition in the view, Winchester's visual arts space in Bridge Street. Her exhibition called 'Journeys….' will run until 5 Jan 2007.
Lynda is an abstract painter and visual artist whose work can be about present day life or simple memories. On occasion works may be aided by metaphors, the uncanny, subliminal messages or sub-conscious thoughts with the hope of keeping the viewer guessing, and allowing them to bring their own thoughts to the pieces. Other times her works may be spontaneous - using the senses as a guide, this could be anything from pure thought to song lyrics, poetry or something on a news channel.
Lynda said, "The title for me is not only literal but a strong metaphor and springboard to anything I produce."
Lynda has recently graduated form Winchester School of Art having studied there for the last five years - gaining a First Class Honours Degree in Visual Art and Masters in Fine Art Painting (Practice & Theory)
For more information about Lynda's work you can contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
the view is managed and funded by Winchester City Council, Arts Development Service with the help of artist and teacher Ali Eales, and is for the display of new work created by students and early career artists and craft makers. If you would like more information about showing work there or about any of the artists involved, please contact Faye Pain on 01962 848 303.