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Philip Maltman

Philip Maltman was born in Ayrshire, Scotland in 1950, moving to Swinging London in the sixties where he attended Hornsey College of Art and finished his studies at Ravensbourne College of Art.

Philip Maltman's aim is to dictate the contents of a painting through manually working the paint, rarely allowing the paint to work too much by itself through technical experiment or chemical treatment, which can produce startling yet ultimately vacuous results. Accidents may see paint frequently “doing its own thing” and this is considered and modified where necessary. The painting is then complemented by drawing and handwritten text.

"That is the thing with painting, it is a struggle with the self and if the self is prone to rebel or argue then the results can be disturbingly interesting and never concluded in conventional acceptance."

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Beauty & Terror - A Group Exhibition

We're excited to present Beauty & Terror- The exhibition invites our artists to interpret themes inspired by a quote by Austrian poet and novelist Rainer Maria Rilke from 'Go to the Limits of Your Longing': “Let everything happen to you, beauty and terror, no feeling is final.”

“Although we might look for unity in approaching life, spiritually and materially the pendulum swings between night and day, good and bad or indeed beauty and terror. A Garden is a great exemplar of this duality especially if seen in its dark and light seasons.” - Philip Maltman

November Drop 2023

“The September series was born out of visits to Vita Sackville West’s gardens at Sissinghurst in Kent. I did a number of paintings relating to plants and the gardens in September 2022. I then felt that a more abstract and in a sense rustic approach was needed. These paintings are partly inspired by potting sheds, or old wooden buildings found in gardens and farms. The repeating vertical brushstrokes are offered as peaceful and refer to objects stacked and fenced.” - Philip Maltman, September
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My Shore - Your Horizon

Philip Maltman has long worked from the shores of his native Ayrshire, particularly focussing on objects on the shore and at the same time referencing the distant Antrim horizon with the island of Ailsa Craig in between. The title, “My Shore - Your Horizon” relates to a collaborative project between artists Philip Maltman and Katy English. There have been two exhibitions in London and Ayrshire, of works which relate to their respective shores of South Ayrshie and County Antrim.

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