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Blots, Stains and Smears organised by Phillip Allen

December 14, 2011 by Kay

3 – 23 December 2011

Transition Gallery

Mark Joyce, Iain Nicholls, William Gharraie Organised by Phillip Allen

Blots, Stains and Smears, organised by Phillip Allen, is the third in an on-going series of exhibitions that focus on particular aspects of contemporary painting.

Reflecting Allen's taste for highly articulate painting, the selected artists, Mark Joyce, Iain Nicholls and William Gharraie all employ, in varying degrees, the transformative potential of paint. These painter's painters remain vigilant in their individual investigations revealing fresh and often witty approaches that, brought together, examine the heavy syntax of abstraction.

For more information visit the Transition Gallery website.

Mark Joyce

William Gharraie (detail)

Iain Nicholls

William Gharraie and Mark Joyce