Featuring a selection of watercolour works from 21 British artists, the new Contemporary British Watercolours exhibition at Maidstone Museum provides a host of compelling works that demonstrate the 21st-century approach to what has long been heralded as a quintessentially British format.
Curated by acclaimed watercolour artist Simon Carter, the exhibition, which runs in the Bentlif II and Bearsted-Bentlif Art Galleries, charts contemporary activity within this artistic method. The display represents a fascinating insight into how watercolour as a medium has evolved in the modern era, with excitement and experimentation key to current techniques.
Among those presenting their work are:
James Faure Walker
In addition to the above, a host of names will be displaying their work, each of whom has embraced watercolour in a unique and experimental manner.
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