Exhibition - Inner Landscapes - the beauty that insects thrive on
A new exhibition of paintings by Michael Wasser.
Although Michael is virtually a self taught artist, who has painted and sculpted for many years, he has exhibited in several mixed shows. This is his first solo show, which is inspired by the observations of the inner workings of flowers that our insect population feed on.
'I was first drawn into this fascinating natural world when I studied the various flowers my wife had nurtured, beginning with the Oriental Poppy. This consequently led me to explore a variety of other flowers in our garden, over the past three years'.
The flower studies are in various stages of their existence, predominantly in full flush, ranging from recognizable through to abstraction, and are painted in acrylic on canvas.
Michael has not exhibited at Lauderdale House before, and invites you to explore the marvel of nature of an inner world that exists within our grasp.