Artists that alter reality
Liberty Gallery and ROSL ARTS
29 May – 19 August 2018
ROSL ARTS worked with Liberty Gallery on an exhibition presenting the work of artists who Edit, Adapt, Evolve from reality.
All the artists that exhibited take inspiration from what exists around them, be it everyday items, nature, architecture, or universally recognised imagery. The artwork is uncanny with a familiarity that invites a second glance from the viewer as they recognise an element from the everyday in this new work of art.
Exhibiting artists: Frances Bloomfield, Bonnie and Clyde, Magnus Gjoen, Dan Hillier, Louise McNaught, Maria Rivans, Benjamin Thomas Taylor, Lars Tunebo, Joe Webb, and David Wightman.
About ROSL ARTS
ROSL ARTS are the creative output of the international membership organisation The Royal Over-Seas League. For over 65 years ROSL ARTS has developed a diverse portfolio of activities in music, visual arts, and literature, with a devotion to the career development of talented young and early career creatives from the UK and across the Commonwealth. Visual Arts at ROSL began in 1984 as the ROSL Annual Exhibition, which was then restructured in 2000, adding an opportunity attend a residency in the UK. Now, over 30 years later ROSL ARTS present a rolling programme of exhibitions held at Over-Seas House, London and offer two visual art scholarships each year with an overall ambition to help creatives to connect, collaborate and create internationally.
Royal Over-Seas League, Over-Seas House, Park Place, St James's Street, London, SW1A 1LR
About Liberty Gallery
Liberty Gallery has carved a reputation for representing artists especially selected for their diverse use of media. The work is refreshing and experimental and created by artists who have developed a creed of their own and who have been primarily chosen for their aesthetic awareness and innovative practice. Over the years the gallery has created a strong identity and reputation for showing the absolute best in contemporary collage today and now exhibits extensively throughout the UK, Europe and North America. Drawing from the great pop-artists of the 60's, the Liberty Gallery artists' art style focuses heavily on popular culture creating imagery deriving from visual pleasures such as Hollywood movies, television, magazines and takes this focus further into the surreal world of dreams and imagination. Presenting a strong, cohesive and eye catching collection Liberty Gallery offers a fresh and modern style appealing to many new and established collectors today.