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Mullaniff, Kathleen
Languages: English
Types: Other
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Kathleen presented a painting as a featured artist from the series 'Fade in Fade out'.\ud \ud Over the last few decades, green has become an ideological and political colour as never before. At other times in history it has been associated with a host of contradictory ideas, which range from evil superstition and bad luck to love rebirth and health. It has been a courtly colour, a romantic colour, a dangerous colour, and a symbol of fecundity.\ud For their exhibition ‘The Language of Green’, SoCo artists have been challenged to make a personal response to this colour through their own practice as painters, printmakers, sculptors, mixed media and textile artists.\ud \ud SoCo Artists is an evolving group of professional artists, based in East Sussex. They present a regular programme of exhibitions, public arts events and talks in an eclectic range of venues, taking their work to a wide and varied audience.
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