Brindar con extraños (Parte 1)

Spencer Shakespeare 5 diciembre 2020 - 5 enero 2021

Do not forget the lupins. Watercolour and acrylic. 38x28cm. 325€
Do not forget the lupins. Watercolour and acrylic. 38x28cm. 325€
Garden conversation. Watercolour and acrylic. 38 x 28cm. 325€.
Garden conversation. Watercolour and acrylic. 38 x 28cm. 325€.
Studio view. Watercolour acrylic and coloured pencil. 42 x 30cm. 375€.
Studio view. Watercolour acrylic and coloured pencil. 42 x 30cm. 375€.

 



Artist Instagram: @spencershakespeare


 
Born in 1967 in London, Shakespeare discovered his addiction to the natural world in his yearly holidays to Cornwall with his family, which, after 20 years of living on Australia's Gold Coast he has returned to, residing near Penzance where he says the bird song is at its most beautiful. Being an obsessive and automatic drawer since the age of seven, Shakespeare completed a degree in Illustration at Bournemouth College of Art and Design (1992-1995). Although his love of drawing never stopped, as he matured both as a person and an artist, he sought to break away from commissioned work, seeking his own artistic independence. Now an internationally successful artist, independence is what he has certainly achieved. ​ 
He enjoys transcribing places of intersection; the coastline, the edge of forests- places where a transition of boundaries takes place. The garden is significant in his work because of the element of interchange between the domestic boundary and the beginning of wilderness. Although he is inspired by places such as these, he never strives for specifics nor is beholden to the landscape around him, instead drawing and exposing his own imaginary world. His work connotes a kind of mystery, a kind of magic. A world where colours are intense, high contrast, energetic: vibrating with an emotional energy. His abstract canvases show the blurred boundaries of the humming world he sees: a door for you, the viewer, that opens into wonderland. 

Education 
​1992 – 1995 Illustration 
Bournemouth College of Art and Design


Recent Exhibitions 
2019 – Sea Tree Bird and Bee 
October 12th - November 12th 
Kers Gallery, Amsterdam Netherlands 

2019 – Recent Work 
September 12th – October 20th 
BDDW annex, New York USA 

2019 – Summer Mix 
June 21st – September 24th 
CIRCLE Contemporary Cornwall 

2018 – Alchemy Faune 
May 23rd – June 12th 
Dust Temple, Currumbin QLD Australia 

2017 – Outlook 
Kers Gallery, Amsterdam Netherlands 

2017 – The Garden 
November 17th – December 1st 
Maverick Art, Coolangatta QLD Australia 

2017 – We are the ones 
Calsberg Byen Galleri, Copenhagen Denmark 

2017 – Seraphim 
May 23rd – June 12th 
The Design Files, Melbourne VIC Australia 

2016 – New Slang 
DenHolm Studios, Melbourne VIC Australia 




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