“The Shape of Colour”
An exhibition of abstract paintings and glass sculptures
LIZ HAUCK and ADAM AARONSON
June 15th16th17th– 11am to 5pm
June 18thto 22ndview by appointment
June 23rdPrivate View – Invitation by request
Adam and I both work with colour in an abstract way. This June we are exhibiting together as part of Surrey Artists Open Studios at Wildwood, a recently built contemporary eco house (opposite the Shere Road entrance to Sheepleas). There will be paintings and glass artwork to see in the house and studio and glass sculptures in the gardens.
My work is expressive - abstract oil paintings with vibrant but subtle colours and rich textures. Internationally renowned glass artist Adam Aaronson creates 3D abstract sculptures in glass.
But this exhibition is about more than viewing artworks. For the past two years I have been sponsoring Visual Arts at Tujatane, Tongabezi Charitable Trust School in Zambia. This programme has gone from strength to strength and the school now has the opportunity to build an Art Centre for the children and the local community. I will be donating all the proceeds of sales from this exhibition to the Art Centre project,
Adam will be donating 20% of the item price of his glass works.
“The Shape of Colour” exhibition is an opportunity to enjoy art in Surrey and at the same time to help those less fortunate develop their creativity and improve their lives.
I hope you will be able to join us.