The Thames Art Gallery is opening a new exhibition shortly featuring a Toronto-based artist.
Lowell Bradshaw’s large-scale oil paintings are described by writer Heather Diack as “hovering, undulating lines of colour, a veritable chiasma of rainbow strands, fading in and out of visual recognition, seeming to spiral around the chasm of a white hole. These chromatic bands, varied by degree and viscosity, float captivatingly across a perfectly squared canvas. The image is at once uneven and disorienting, yet, at the same time, measured and precise…”
The artist reception for Lowell’s “No Signal” exhibit takes place Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. at the gallery at 75 William St. N. in Chatham.