A series of paintings by Brian Elwell exploring the games people play in order to give meaning and purpose to their lives. “There are games that lift the spirits of the players, giving them joy and inspiration. These involve giving, sharing and compassion - a love of life and a desire to nurture each other and the environment. Most of these paintings are about the human need to give life some meaning and purpose
Limited to an edition run of 99, each image is printed using a 12 colour giclée fine art printing process onto a luxurious 410gsm Hahnemühle Monet cotton canvas material. The printed canvas is then carefully hand stretched over a chunky 38mm deep stretcher bar frame milled from the finest quality kiln dried knotless pine sourced from sustainable European forests. It is then finished with a stylish wooden float frame to create a special work of art - choose either a white or black float frame.
Brian is a professional painter working in Bath. He is a member of Bath Art Society and is qualified with a Diploma in Fine Art, MA in Fine Art and Postgraduate Diploma in Printmaking. He is a member of Bath Art Society and offers mentoring for artists, students and amateur painters. He is also Director of Riverside Studios at Swineford near Bath.
With over 40 years experience, his work continues to be exhibited throughout the UK in solo and joint shows, including St Pauls Cathedral (London), Fusin Gallery (Bath), Paragon Gallery (Cheltenham), Imagination Gallery (Bath), Mariners Chapel (St. Ives), Denise Yapp Gallery (Wales), Limner Gallery (New York City), R.O.I. Mall Galleries (London), Fusion Gallery (Bristol), Webbs Fine Art (London), Throgmortons Gallery (London), Leith Gallery (Edinburgh), Drury Lane Gallery (London).