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Article: In Bloom a collaborative exhibition by Jake Andrew & Tim Fowler

In Bloom a collaborative exhibition by Jake Andrew & Tim Fowler
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In Bloom a collaborative exhibition by Jake Andrew & Tim Fowler

In Bloom a collaborative exhibition by Jake Andrew & Tim Fowler

Centred around the unique interplay of colour and sound ‘In Bloom’, the upcoming exhibition at JG Contemporary, unveils a vibrant tapestry of sensory experiences.  Offering an in-depth exploration of the first ever collaboration between Jake Andrew and Tim Fowler.  The two artists each work within their own distinctive, technically brilliant and eye catching styles that intersect and diverge from one another. 

This exhibition holds works in an array of sizes and colours that encourage different interactions and emote varying emotional responses from their viewer, headlined by a collaborative canvas that allow the two artists to truly play off of one another.  In Bloom allows a deeper understanding of each artist as an individual as well as their shared experiences and moments within their artistic journey.

Centred around the unique interplay of colour and sound you will find yourself delving into the vivid palettes and innovative methods employed by Andrew and Fowler.  Come and see how colour can be used, Fowler’s distinct focus on the colour field and Andrew’s synesthetic exploration of how audio and stimuli manifest as colour, texture and movement results in a captivating dialogue between the two artists and their styles, blending into a blossoming harmony. 

In Bloom opens on the 20th October and is promising a feast for the eyes.

Venue: JG Contemporary, 45 Churchfield Road, London W3 6AY
Opening Night: October 20th 5-8pm
Exhibition Duration: October 20th – November 5th 2023, Gallery Opening Hours

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