Artwork by Fi Burke

Fi Burke's Work on Exhibition at Djanogly Gallery

Fri, 27/09/2019 - 14:32

Banks Mill visual artist Fi Burke has 2 pieces included in The Contemporary Art Auction at the Djanogly Gallery in Nottingham. 

Fi’s works were selected from an open submission of paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography and craft, the exhibition represents the quality and diversity of professional art practice in the region today.

Kant’s Reflection was inspired by the German philosopher Kant;  his theories on art, ways of seeing, interior and exterior mapping of the mind.

On the Aquastrata diptych Fi says “ The flow or water can sometimes emulate molten rock forms and vice versa. To me it represents a flexibility of thinking that enables positive and interesting outcomes. Aquastrata I and II come together as a diptych to illustrate this balance of ying and yang.”

With a broad range of styles from traditional landscapes to abstract and conceptual, the auction provides an ideal opportunity to acquire original works of art at highly competitive prices.

The 50 displayed works will be sold by public auction on Saturday 12 October. Reserves range from £50 to £500. 

For items over £100 payments may be spread over a 10-month period with interest free credit available through the Own Art scheme available at the Gallery. 

Gallery Open:
Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm
Sunday 12noon-4pm

Closed Mondays

If you are Interested in making an absentee bid, message @thecontemporaryartauction direct for information.

See more of Fi's work here
 

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