From 6pm - 8pm
Figurative artist, Carly Ashdown, will be making an appearance in London to unveil a newly curated exhibition of her work.
Carly will be at Castle Fine Art in St Christopher’s Place on Thursday 30 November, from 6-8pm. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the artist as well as learn about the ideas and inspirations behind her works. The exhibition will then run for a further week.
Nearest tube: Bond Street25 - 26 St Christopher's Place
London W1U 1NT
Fascinated by human interaction from a young age, Carly's work explores the nature of being human, incorporating themes of personal transformation and understanding. One of her greatest artistic influences is Jackson Pollock, who pioneered the unique technique of drip painting, and her latest works feature text that she has woven through each image, as a way of heightening emotional charge.
Carly began pursuing her dream of becoming an artist after deciding to leave her successful television career where she worked for the BBC and Channel 4. She signed to the UK’s leading fine art publisher, Washington Green Fine Art, in 2015 after gaining widespread critical acclaim.
Carly said: “My work is an exploration of the profound beauty and possibility of life alongside the struggle that every human being experiences.
“I am thrilled to have my work exhibited at Castle Galleries and I can’t wait to see how visitors to the gallery interact with my work.’’
If you wish to attend the event and meet the artist should contact the team at Castle Fine Art, SCP to be added to the guest list: firstname.lastname@example.org | 020 7935 6790