PARALYZED PARADISE will be Bristol based artist, Jimmy Galvin's, first solo London show featuring new abstract paintings based on John Milton's, Paradise Lost.
PARALYZED PARADISE will be Bristol based artist / composer / curator Jimmy Galvin's first solo London show featuring new abstract paintings based on John Milton's epic poem, Paradise Lost. The private view is on Friday 2nd November at 6pm. The exhibition will run until Sunday 18th November.
Jimmy is first generation of Irish immigrants living and working in Bristol his work has been exhibited alongside many leading artists including Sir Peter Blake, Howard Hodgkin, Gillian Aryes, Antony Gormley, Damien Hirst, Jake and Dinos Chapman amongst others and has had his work auctioned by Bonhams of London at the Brazilian Embassy for a leading charity.
Jimmy cites his main influences as Igor Stravinsky, Diego Valasquez, Barnett Newman, Edith Sitwell, Glen Gould, Visconti, Samuel Beckett, Erik Satie, John Coltrane, Joris-Karl-Huysmans, Frank Sintatra, Lucio Fontana, Ludwig Wittgenstein and Kazuo Shiraga. His work was recently described by leading art historian and former Dean of Art Bristol University Michael Liversidge as "Highly original and an artist with an original voice".
"Jimmy has created a brilliant collection of abstract art based on the Paradise Lost verse. The pieces reflect Jimmy's musical and artistic talent, the work has a rhythm and cohesive feel of poetry and musical composition. They make you feel the light and dark elements in an almost dream like wash of colour and collage". Sammy Forway, Underdog Gallery.
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