Artists who have participated in exhibitions at Griffin Gallery are featured below.
"I interact with the idea that as we grow older, we no longer have the freedom of child-like thought. We become consumed with education, technology and the everyday trials of life, constraining the freedom of our thoughts. We strive to assert our identity and understand our place in an often confusing world. As the world becomes more populated and troubled we often feel lost and disconnected: we try to seek reassurance and comfort in various ways. This often involves child-like behaviour and memories. There are many ways of depicting who we are. We are all different and unique. Children firstly scribble. These become more sophisticated as their understanding intellectualises and develops. In a child's playground children develop as individuals through play."
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(Last updated 13.11.2017)Share