AN exhibition of work on the theme of Matisse is being held at the Artists Workhouse in Studley.
Showcasing the paintings of Stephen Snoddy, director of The New Art Gallery in Walsall, Snoddy’s art shares Matisse’s lifelong obsession with a visual conversation between inside and outside, and often uses the window motif as a formal device to construct work.
Snoddy was born in Belfast and trained as a painter at Belfast College of Art and has exhibited at the Royal Ulster Academy and has had a recent solo exhibition, ‘Looking Out’ at the Roberto Polo Gallery in Brussels.
Henri Matisse is regarded as one of the greatest artists of the 20th Century and a leading figure in modern art.
The exhibition runs at the Artists Workhouse on Redditch Road, Studley, from November 11-27, from 11am to 4pm (closed Mondays and Tuesdays).