After an 18 month delay, Norfolk-born artist Will Teather will have new works on display at Strangers’ Hall Museum in Norwich.
Five fabulous new paintings deconstruct the composition of historical artworks within the museum collection. The artist’s fractured reinterpretations reference both postmodern pixilation and the long-standing idea of sacred geometry and energy points within historical paintings.
Will says: “My own reinterpretations of work from their collection hang within the Georgian Dining Room. The museum is initially open on Sundays from 1-4.30pm. Please go and have a look, the hall itself is fabulous and I take great pleasure in seeing the works hung alongside their inspirations. The idea is to explode the underlying geometry within these historical paintings.”
The older portraits, Victorian toys and beautiful historic furniture are all on display as normal at Strangers’ Hall – book your entry tickets for the next few Sundays here.
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