Andrew Tozer: Fleeting Light 4th – 16th August 2017

Andrew Tozer’s one man show is now open in our Falmouth gallery until the 16th August!

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Bright Morning, Helford Passage | acrylic on board | 46 x 61 cms | £1,525

In this stunning collection of paintings, Andrew has been inspired by the breath-taking Cornish light of summer. No one day is the same, and capturing these specific fleeting moments has been a joy for him. Soft Cornish light and beautiful imagery conjure scenes that we can relate to and escape into. Many of these scenes are captured ‘plein air’, and in the words of the artist, ‘so as to seize a part of the day’.

This latest collection expresses immediacy, be it capturing still moments on Penryn River or busy days on the Helford, the colour palette becomes alive and joyous moments are seen within these paintings. Figures emerge and are more prominent than before, existing and occurring as the landscape unfolds.

Colour is energized and a vibrancy is depicted in ‘Spring Day and Washing’, it feels so alive you can almost feel the wind picking up and blowing around you.
A muted colour palette in ‘Port Navas Light’, to an ethereal scene, such as ‘Evening Colours off the Quay, Flushing’ which captures and perfectly expresses peace and tranquility.

All paintings featured in this collection can be seen on our website here:

http://www.beside-the-wave.co.uk/exhibitions/1140/andrew-tozer-fleeting-light

 

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July Sailing off Molunan Beach, St. Anthony | acrylic on board | 30 x 46 cms | £945 | by Andrew Tozer 

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