Vince McIndoe: Embodiment of Guilt
An object is not simply an object because we ascribe a definition to it. Beauty is created, and then destroyed through the meanings that we impose. In McIndoe’s work his subjects - flowers - embody deeper emotions, going beyond simple representations of aesthetic beauty to reflect his personal angst and internal conflict towards wider political and religious issues, their graceful image transformed into symbols of silent protest.
Vincent McIndoe is a celebrated Canadian artist and Début Art represented illustrator. His talent attracts attention in both the commercial and gallery worlds, and his well-established career in illustration runs parallel to his successful fine art practice.
His illustrations have been commissioned by Allure, Applied Art Magazine, Four Seasons, Intercontinental Hotels, Nike, The London Times, Campbell’s, Penguin Random House, BMW, Nestle, Lindt Chocolate, Honda, Moet & Chandon, Stolichnaya Vodka, Big Apple Circus, Starbucks, Wine Spectator, Tokaji, and Anheuser-Busch among others. His paintings examine the human condition and explore the themes of love, loss, and friendship. They have been exhibited internationally, most recently in McIndoe’s solo exhibition in South Korea.
11 - 22 January 2016
Private View : Thursday 14th January, 5.30 - 8.30pm
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