Painting Bow at Brady Arts & Community Centre

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3 Reviews on “Painting Bow at Brady Arts & Community Centre”

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  • Louise

    This is a really great exhibit showcasing not only a superb artist, but some of the sights of our local area so beautifully. The views of the Cemetery Park in particular are stunning.
    Must see!

  • Christopher Mercer

    Following in the tradition of the East London Group from the 20s and 30s, Connolly has spent much of the last 2 Covid years capturing the East End, and Bow in particular, in the subtlety of her expressive and beautiful oils. Living as she does, very near Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park this location features strongly. The trees and the flora of the park are portrayed with great subtlety as well as features of some of the monuments. The Bow pictures are mostly of humble terraces rather than more imposing piles but depicted as most of them were, during her nighttime Covid walks, there is a great deal to enjoy in the nuances of light and shade she conjures up. An exhibition not to be missed.

  • David Moncur

    A wonderfully evocative exhibition, highlighting different aspects of Bow, its streets, houses and parks revealed at different times of day and night; and Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park in the changing seasons – the monuments, trees, flowers and pathways beautifully captured in a range of moods and lights. Anyone who lives in and loves the area or simply appreciates good painting should definitely go and see these pictures and perhaps buy one too ( I did!) – there are also limited edition prints of some of the flower paintings which are great value.

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