|Chris Dunseath, Corrugated Space, 2009 (Laminated Mulberry Paper)|
Chris Dunseath is the winner of the Wilson Award 2014 for his work selected for the Open West 2014. This exhibition brings together an impressive range of work in a variety of media, including paper pulp, stone, wood and very fine pen and ink drawing. Duseath's preoccupation is a visualisation of ideas arising from theoretical physics - in particular, the notion of the multiverse. The results are formally delightful sculptures and intricate drawings.
Dunseath is a graduate of Gloucester College of Art & Design (1968-71) - now the University of Gloucestershire - so it is particularly pleasing to see his work exhibited in the town of his formative years where Fine Art education continues to flourish.
|Chris Dunseath, The Einstein-Rosen Bridge, 2001 (Limewood & Ash veneer)|
|Chris Dunseath, Cherry Reflection, 2007 (Cherry & Ash veneer)|
|Chris Dunseath, Last Quarter, 2011 (Pen & ink on paper)|
|Chris Dunseath, In the Time of Supernova PTF-11Kly, (Pen & ink on paper)|
|Chris Dunseath, Castle Hill, 2011 (Pen & ink on paper)|
|Chris Dunseath, It's Full of Stars, 2009 (Paper pulp)|