Julian Gordon Mitchell is to provide a talk on the peculiar British penchant for the macabre in art
British artist Julian Gordon Mitchell has been invited by the Henley Art & Crafts Guild to give a talk on the macabre in art. Very topical for the Halloween season.
The event will be held at the Barn/Margaret Day Room in Market Place on Thursday November 7th from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
Wine and nibbles will be served and there will be an opportunity to meet and chat with the speaker.
Many of Julian’s works feature elements of the macabre in his approach called ‘Paranoid Realism’, a label the artist uses to describe the driving force behind his work and a term first coined by Salvador Dali.
More details about Julian’s work can be seen on his Facebook page or by visiting his
Blogspot http://www.juliangordonmitchell.blogspot.co.uk and website http://juliangordonmitchell.com
There is no charge for entry or wine etc—-totally free evening and parking is easy in the Waitrose car park! Please make the effort to come , you won’t be disappointed.
Entry is from the Waitrose car park. For further information call Cate Stuart on 01491 636295 or email email@example.com