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Once, Then, Gone

James Collins, Haroun Hayward, Ella McVeigh, James Owens, Yi To, Cheung Tsz Hin and Alyina Zaidi

Installation View, Newchild 

Observation is frequently employed as a crucial method for unraveling the enigmas of reality.

Installation View, Newchild

The artists showcased in the exhibition Once, Then, Gone rely on careful observation of both the natural world and human-made structures to discover pathways towards a direct connection with the divine.

Installation View, Newchild

Within the intimate scope and the intricate layers of patinas and textures in their works, these artists delve into the delicate balance between abstract representations inspired by nature, non-objective art, and interpretations inspired by geomorphology.

Installation View, Newchild

Once, Then, Gone provides a window into the sublime, whether it emerges from human creativity, is intertwined with the natural environment, or is purely aesthetic in nature.

Installation View, Newchild

In Once, Then, Gone the realms of mysticism hold dominance, crafting narratives that transmute the physical world into a universe of boundless possibilities.

James Collins, Liquid Engineers 57, 2022, Acrylic and Oil on Canvas, 182 x 127cm (framed)

James Collins suggestively points at symbols and meanings within the logic of painting that transcend specific references to time or illusion.

Ella Mcveigh, Stereoview, 2023, Oil on Canvas, 133 x 112.5cm (framed)

Ella McVeigh‘s ongoing exploration of spatial dimensions and scale results in gestural paintings that resist easy interpretation.

Haroun Hayward, Craigs birch winter, No.2, 2022, Watercolour on paper, 83.7 x 64 x 4.5cm (framed)

Haroun Hayward‘s watercolours exude reflections akin to an oasis of light.

Cheung Tsz Hin, Interwined times, 2023, Oil on Canvas, 120 x 150cm

Hong Kong-based artist Cheung Tsz Hin weaves nostalgic recollections and vague memories to craft joyful and soft interior scenes.

James Owens, A Broken foot, 2023, Oil on Canvas, 190 x 220cm 

Artists James Owens and Yi To conjure works that originate from liminal spaces, with their images appearing to be in a perpetual state of becoming.

James Owens, A Broken foot, 2023, Oil on Canvas, 190 x 220cm 

Finally, Alyina Zaidi infuses her vibrant works with symbolism and animism, offering a glimpse into multiple metaphysical perspectives.

Alyina Zaidi, Flammable liquid in this pouch, 2023, Acrylic on Canvas, 40 x 40cm

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