Alistair Kennedy at The MAking House
It’s always sad taking down an exhibition, but that we must! It was great having Alistair’s work on show; the preview fell on Burns night, so we had an enjoyable Scottish themed evening.
Alistair Kennedy’s work will be on show and for sale at Coopers Square, Burton upon Trent from 11th March for 7 days, so if you didn’t make it to The Making House, you could check it out there.
Alistair Kennedy is a Visual Artist based in the Midlands, UK. He is a painter / mixed media artist. Kennedy’s work spans a multi-disciplined approach, including film, installation, photography and painting. Much of it is based on aspects of landscape and the self – unobtainable, decaying, desolate.
“I thrive on exploring different techniques and processes, pushing the medium and combining media, creating experimental surfaces. I am interested in language and environment and each piece is a response to a situation or place. Narrative and its subversion play a key role in the development of the work. Each piece is both dialogue and argument.”
“The use of multiple layers of paint applied with the canvases flat on the floor of my studio enables me to create evocative, experimental images. It also allows the paints to be manipulated during the drying process”.
For more information, please visit the artist’s websites: