Differing Perspectives

Thursday 27 July, 6-9pm

A collection of artworks created with a dramatic mysterious narrative acquiring multiple interpretations. Looking at the differing perspectives of social and political issues through the eyes of artist Charmaine Evans. 

These artworks derive from photographs and news articles, which are then researched through art history and transformed into paintings,videos and sculptures. With the intention of creating a suspenseful rhythm for a lasting thought provoking impact for the viewer.

Charmaine Evans is a Brighton based artist who works intuitively to create artworks permeated in an anonymous dramatic autobiographical narrative clouded in mystery. Working from photographs and news articles transforming them from their original source material into paintings, videos or sculptures.  She works instinctively using an intentional meeting of the mind and body in a physiological space filled with tension.

Currently undertaking a MA in Fine Art at the University of Brighton and previously completed a BA Fine Art (Hons) at the Art Academy London. Evans has exhibited in Group and Solo Exhibitions in the UK and Australia.