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Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Parliament Street Library
Queer actor and visual artist Philip Cairns will be presenting his colourful acrylic paintings and coloured pencil drawings in a solo exhibition entitled, “Cascading Colours”, at Parliament Street Library. The exhibition opens on Friday, February 1 and runs until Thursday, February 28, 2013. The work is mostly acrylic on paper and acrylic on canvas abstracts and landscapes and small coloured pencil on paper abstract drawings. Philip Cairns states about his work: “My work these days is all about colour, layer upon layer of thin colour, which makes them very rich and intense. They look very simple but, in fact, the work is rather complex. Some of the imagery of the paintings looks like water or abstracted landscapes. My drawings are about design and colour: lots of lines and shapes and squiggles.”
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