As Time Goes By

Waltham Forest Arts Club Selected Exhibition July 12-21, 2012 as part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail

Exhibition

by Julie Caves

As Time Goes By exhibition

As Time Goes By
16 artists from the Waltham Forest Arts Club exploring the passage of time.

Waltham Forest Arts Club
Selected Exhibition
July 12-21, 2012

Part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail
the exhibition is in the beautiful historic oak-paneled Art Deco hall
and glass cases throughout the Leytonstone Library, 6 Church Lane, London, E11 1HG.
Two sculptures are exhibited nearby at Stone Space Projects
Leytonstone Underground Station forecourt (to the left of the
station entrance), London E11 1HE.

Photography of decay, sculpture about geological time, drawings of
historical architecture and paint layers built up over time.
Work that changes over time in the gallery, records the
passage of time and pinhole photographs taken over a complete day.
Objects from the past re-used to make art now and time-based media.

Exhibition Opening Times:
Thursday 12th July: 12-6pm
Friday 13th July: 12-6pm followed by Private View: 6-9pm
Saturday 14th July: 2:30-6pm
Sunday 15th July: 12-4pm
Monday 16th July: 12-5pm
Tuesday 17th July: 12-6pm
Wednesday 18th July: 12-5pm
Thursday 19th July: 12-5pm
Friday 20th July: 12-5pm
Saturday 21st July: 1:30-5pm

Artists:
Kerrie Ahern, Julian Beere, Julie Caves, Gillian Drinkwater, Diana Furlong, Kate Hardy, Robert Jackson, Timothy Kraemer, Veronica Lindsay-Addy, Shaffique Manson-Visram, Paul Morris, Nicolette Murin, Devyani Parmar, Julia Spicer, Andrew Super, Paul Tucker

Photography, drawing, painting, sculpture, video, mixed-media, installation, and ceramics.

Curated by: Helen Porter, Julian Beere, Julie Caves, and Nicolette Murin.

Veronica Lindsay-Addy

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Veronica Lindsay-Addy

“Veronica Lindsay-Addy’s time spent as housewife, carer and artist is endless, a rolling programme of routines marking her days. Time passes but is strangely static, hanging around like these aprons.”

Diary of a Housewife by Veronica Lindsay-Addy
7 aprons hung on a rail 236cm long
Textiles/mixed media

Timothy Kraemer

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Timothy Kraemer

The dawning of the tower block in the 60’s was a new world which would solve our housing problems. In 10 seconds this tower block was reduced to rubble. How times have changed.
“Those hideous blocks that slam the sky.” -John Betjeman

Hackney Tower Block Panorama by Timothy Kraemer
Photographic 110X25cm

Shaffique Manson-Visram

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Shaffique Manson-Visram

“These sketches are a study of the architectural heritage of the borough of Waltham Forest which illustrates the diversity of delightful buildings; from a peaceful dovecot in tranquil Chingford, to the elegant but somewhat neglected Wood Street Library, to quirky churches like the Lighthouse Church on Markhouse Road.”

Architectural Delights by Shaffique Manson-Visram
Pen and Ink

Robert Jackson

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Robert Jackson

“Building refurbishment to a terraced house in Walthamstow uncovered nails whose distortion and subsequent decay allows them another personality. The overlooked can be a thing of natural beauty. What exactly is an ancient relic, what has archaeological significance? Each arrangement of nails depicts a setting.”

Appearance of the Civilisers by Robert Jackson
Recycled nails on board

Paul Morris

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Paul Morris

“Images derived from the subconscious based upon real events, relationships, dreams of love, sex and death passing through layers of time. Paul Morris’ images can sometimes push religious and ‘tasteful’ boundaries – but it is not his intention to shock but to explore the darker side of sexuality and love.”

Her Lips Were Red by Paul Morris
Mixed Media

Paul Tucker

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Paul Tucker

“Images from a factory site in Tottenham Hale, since demolished. It was originally the depot of Harris Lebus, at the time, one of the largest furniture manufacturers in the world. Subsequently it was used by the GLC for storing supplies and later various uses including a car pound. The images are imbued with the sense of time passing and the inevitable feeling of adandonment as it awaits its fate.”

GLS by Paul Tucker
c-type photograph

Nicolette Murin

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Nicolette Murin

Nicolette Murin tries to register slow changing time and space.

Nicolette Murin