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Briggs Donaldson Henderson 2016

Briggs Donaldson Henderson
9th April - 14th May 2016

Briggs Donaldson Henderson 2016

Exhibition Images

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Christina Briggs

Born in London and living in Limousines, France, Christina Briggs has exhibited widely in France, London and the south of England. Her paintings begin with remembered places – and a sense of feeling ‘centred’.

“I start from closely observed details, then work towards the abstract composition and colour harmony that will hold the primary emotion for me. This process can be long, and the surfaces bear witness to changes of direction. The final image is often mysterious, with very little incident, a space for contemplation.”

MA Fine Art, Bath, 2002.

Esther Donaldson

Based in Port Seton, Esther’s recent work is based on gardens, a colourful cultivation of rich and sometimes exotic plant patterns, very much in vogue in contemporary interiors. “My work is based on trying to reflect the brevity of life, beauty, toil, energy, death and rebirth that is observed in the cycle of life within the garden.”

Her painting is becoming increasingly more referential and not entirely realistic, inviting the viewer's participation and hopefully giving glimpses into the life, toil, death and rebirth of the creative journey.

“In practice I enjoy lay ... Read More

Kate Henderson

Kate trained in stained glass at Edinburgh College of Art in the early nineties and has since built up a varied portfolio of commissioned works for public and private buildings across Scotland and Europe. She has won awards for her paintings from the RGI and the RSW and is an elected Associate member of the British Master Glass Painters, Professional member of the Society of Scottish Artists and a Trustee of the Royal Glasgow Institute.

Kate’s art incorporates traditional and contemporary techniques in glass; from painted, layered, acid etched to waterjet cutting. Interested ... Read More