Future Memory

With this exhibition James Isherwood (1971, Fall River, MA; USA) presents his work for the first time in our country by the hand of our gallery. The present selection of pieces that make up this exhibition presents the landscape and architecture in a surrealistic way, works in which color traps the viewer and transports him to his own personal universe of dreams and emotions. In most of them the moon is revealed as a predominant element, adopting different shapes, colors and meanings. A star that incites us to seek an understanding and that roots us both to the ground and to the sky.
Future Memory

Works

  • Eastern Promise

    "Eastern Promise"

    2020

    76.20 x 101.60 x 3.80 cm

    Panel

    Acrilic

  • Gathering Sky

    "Gathering Sky"

    2020

    61.00 x 76.20 cm

    Panel

    Acrilic

  • New Understanding

    "New Understanding"

    2020

    57.80 x 76.80 cm|74.50

    Paper

    Acrilic

  • Magnetic Midnight

    "Magnetic Midnight"

    2020

    38.10 x 51.75 cm|55.00

    Paper

    Acrilic

  • Echo

    "Echo"

    2020

    15.00 x 15.00 cm|26.60

    Paper

    Acrilic

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Reviews

james isherwood

The Moons of James Isherwood

by Anne Ray

This selection of works by James Isherwood gathers a series of works in acrylic on paper and wood where architecture and landscapes are presented to the viewer with a rich palette of technicolor colors, recreating realities that invite to daydreaming.

In the artist's paintings a strong symbolism can be appreciated, where elements such as celestial stars, water or the sky are recurrently presented, paying special attention to the moon and its different versions. At the same time, the wide range of textures used does not go unnoticed, demonstrating the artist's technical skill, as well as his attention to detail.

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