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Highgate Gallery - An exhibition of paintings by Tom Scase – New Horizons

  • Friday 15 January from 1pm to 5pm
  • Saturday 16 January from 11am to 4pm
  • Sunday 17 January from 11am to 5pm
  • Tuesday 19 January from 1pm to 5pm
  • Wednesday 20 January from 1pm to 5pm
  • Thursday 21 January from 1pm to 5pm
  • Friday 22 January from 1pm to 5pm
  • Saturday 23 January from 11am to 4pm
  • Sunday 24 January from 11am to 5pm
  • Tuesday 26 January from 1pm to 5pm
  • Wednesday 27 January from 1pm to 5pm
  • Thursday 28 January from 1pm to 5pm
at Fellowship House.
These vigorous, colourful works are joyful, yet a darkly sinister undertone lingers beneath the playful surface marks.

Tom Scase’s recent works are vibrant and zestful and mark a welcome start to Highgate Gallery’s new year of shows, following the lockdowns and postponed shows of 2020.

Despite their joyful presentation, a darkly sinister undertone lingers beneath the playful surface marks in these paintings, creating strange landscapes where cloned sheep, menacing bees and warplanes are juxtaposed with abstract forms.  Materials used include paints, collage, ink, varnishes and natural substances such as tree bark and mud from Hampstead Heath.

Horizons, which are a preoccupation in many of the works, become a metaphor for ambition, for the future, for what lies beyond, the limitless limit…and when we look at them further, our perception of space – as well as our relationship with nature – is called into question.  Even Scase’s humour has an edge of danger, and we are constantly challenged about what reality it is we are facing.

Tom Scase is a Suffolk-born artist who has lived in Highgate for many years.  He won first prize with the New Contemporaries and Europa Prize, Belgium, and has exhibited widely including at the Sainsbury Centre, Norwich, Sandnes, Norway (with Derek Jarman), Southampton University, and at South Hill Park Arts Centre (Arts Council), the Cello Factory, the ICA and the RCA in London.  He is a member of the London Group, originally founded in 1913 by 32 artists including David Bomberg and Jacob Epstein.

For further information please contact tomscase@btopenworld.com

11 South Grove, London N6 6BS

 gallery@hlsi.net

www.hlsi.net

Tel: 020 8340 3343

Admission free

 

Fellowship House

136a Willifield Way
London
NW11 6YD    (map)

The hall at Fellowship House has a stage and seating for up to 85 people theatre-style. It is also ideal for children's or family parties. It has a well equipped new kitchen. For bookings call Elizsabeth Kocen on 020 8455 9000 or email her at elisabeth@kocen.co.uk.

Highgate Gallery

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