View: Thursday 1st July 6-9pm
Exhibition continues until 31st July 2004
In his first
major show since the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2003, Mat’s
latest work is a kaleidoscopic adventure in colour in which he further
develops his sensual musings on beauty with emotive abstraction.
A graduate from the Royal College of Art in London, Mat’s work focuses
on the relationship between modern computer technology and traditional
printmaking practice, in particular, the techniques involved in the transference
of digitally manipulated imagery into established print techniques, such
as screen-printing and lithography.
Since leaving the Royal College of Art as a student, Mat’s experience
in reprographics ensured that he returned in 2000 as a visiting lecturer
and Digital Print Coordinator. Last year Mat left the college to set up
his own successful business as a digital fine art printer but his authority
is still much in demand and spring 2005 will see him spending time in
Canada where he is giving a lecture series to the Alberta College of Art.
Mat’s work is held in a number of collections around the world including
The Victoria & Albert Museum, Soobin Art Gallery - Singapore, World
Com, The Marsh Collection, Astra Charnwood, The; Redfern, Catto &
Henry Peacock Galleries, The Image Bridge - Bogota as well as works in
the Royal College of Art Print Archive and Loughborough University Collections.
PRIVATE VIEW – Thursday 1st July 6-9PM
The Michael Naimski Gallery, 387 King Street, London, W6 9NJ. Tel: 0208