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Sally Tyrie taking part in ‘Shifting States’, a group exhibition at Espacio Gallery, London

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Digswell Printmaker Sally Tyrie is showing a group of new mixed media prints in this show in London which
brings together 14 artists whose work revolves around similar themes
to do with States of Transition and aspects of Liminality.

Dates; 29 Nov – 11th Dec   Times;  Tuesday – Saturday 1 – 7  Sundays  1 – 5

Location;  Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 7DG
http://www.espaciogallery.com

Opening Night and PV – Thursday 1st Dec   6 -9 
Artists;  Richard Brayshaw, Deborah Burnstone, Janet Curley Cannon,
Robert Fitzmaurice, Nick Hazzard, Maria-Lena Hedberg, Stephanie Herbert,
Alison Lumb, Maureen Nathan, Rosey Prince, Ann Simberg, Sally Tyrie,
Erika Wengenroth, Edward Winters

The Exhibition includes Painting, Print, Photography, Sculpture, Film, Installation, Book works.

Sally’ prints combine Drypoint Carborundum with mono print, collage and stitch. http://www.sallytyrie.com/shifting-states/

excerpt from Exhib catalogue
‘Whilst there are often many starting points to my work a key input was a visit to see the sculptural installations of Charlotte Posenenske. Intimate, shifting, transient and ungraspable, the spaces in and around the sculptures became of central interest as I used drawings and collages to reimagine and reinterpret. Marks revealed, concealed, retraced and reused, the resulting works seek to offer alternative narratives whilst revealing wider concerns with identity and unity amidst complex interaction’

About Caryl Beach

A fellow at The Forge Digswell. My work is a response to my everyday observations in the landscape, by the means of photography, video, print and mixed media.

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