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Black Dog/Yellow House: Trolley Gallery

November 9, 2009 by Ellie

Trolley Gallery is proud to announce a group show curated by painter Rachel Howard. The show brings together for the first time four artists whose work has come to Howard's attention in recent years and who she has since followed and supported: Matthew Burrows, Boo Saville, Colin Glen, Adam Dix.

All four not only appealed to Howard's own sensibility as a painter, but seen together the works can also be said to share a certain preoccupation with the realm of paint as a medium, and the human condition as a subject matter. An established painter, Howard has chosen diverse artists, whose work however shares a particular coherence. The title of the show 'Black Dog / Yellow House' refers to a creative process and although not a literal state of mind, sets the scene of the curious and pensive atmosphere under which they can be examined.

26 November - 16 January 2010

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