Anthony MacRae's excitement with colour is palpable in this wonderful collection of paintings now on display in the Upstairs Gallery.
Having discovered the publication Interaction with Colour illustrating experimental silks printed by Yale University students under the tutelage of Josef Albers, MacRae became totally inspired. Albers' basic principle at Yale was that all colour values are not absolute but are relative, and MacRae refers to the artist's Homage to the Square as the perfect example "of his wonderful relationship with colour". Anthony learnt so much from Albers and went on to teach his own students at Kingston School of Art.
All paintings are finished in white contemporary frames and all are for sale.
Sizes: 25cm square - £75; 52cm square - "£150; 2 x 71cm x 91cm canvases - £300 each
SOME OF THE WORK CAN BE SEEN ON OUR SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES AND PAINTINGS CAN BE RESERVED UNTIL SUCH TIME THAT THEY CAN BE VIEWED IN PERSON!