June 28, 2013 — July 31, 2013
We are pleased to present an exhibition of works by Dan McCarthy (*1962, Honolulu, Hawaii). McCarthy’s paintings often depict isolated figures set against a wash of colour, lending ordinary scenes a surreal and fantastic atmosphere.
The artist’s unusual use of oil paint results in a watercolour effect – his figures appear to be suspended or floating. The use of thin layers of paint creates a sense of fluidity in these simple but far from simplistic paintings. In this exhibition we present a selection of McCarthy’s unconventional and exuberant portrayals of the human form.
Please join us for the opening of this exhibition on June 27th, 2013