Artist Paul Fullylove is to exhibit new and controversial digital oil painting piece at what he sees as the first perfect UK venue for his work
Online PR News – 16-February-2011 – – Spindle Magazine and Madam Geishas Host Opening Night of Artist Paul Fullylove's Controversial Exhibition
Brighton artist Paul Fullylove is set to launch the opening night of his latest exhibition at Madam Geishas on the 2nd March 2011. The artist will be exhibiting his work of digital oil paintings on canvas, including two new pieces that will be displayed for the very first time.
Madam Geishas will be hosting the artist's exhibition to coincide with the launch of the third edition of Spindle magazine. The national publication prides itself in bringing readers a free magazine with a difference, showcasing UK's emerging talent, including fashion, music, art and design.
The event will include a dramatic theme, setting the scene for Fullylove's exhibition and his two new and very controversial pieces. The works are expected to not only challenge people's immediate reactions, but raise their awareness of the future that is coming our way. Fans of Fullylove's work have commented that his art has a way of both opening up profound questions and providing some surprising answers: “Paul’s work opened my eyes to the real world I live in; life will never be the same. He and his work changed my life, a sentence I’m sure he has often heard.” Simon Jackson.
Working with digital oil painting, Paul Fullylove uses the medium to express and represent specific moments within the current times, which reflect his personal beliefs, ideas and experiences in life. The artist is passionate about challenging people's perception of both his artistic creations and their positions in relation to the current world: “The first time I saw Paul’s work it seemed very controversial but after time I have come to many realisations of my own and gained the inspiration and courage to stand up for what I believe in.” Amanda Holleran. The artist's ability to cross the boundary between his vision and people's personal lives is what results in an engaging and often controversial dialogue.
The Brighton artist sees the upcoming event as the ultimate setting and space to showcase his digital oil paintings: "I'm really excited, Madam Geishas is the first perfect UK venue for my work, a fantastic place for the release of the painting “Design-A-Kid”, a piece of work inspired by the band, Seize The Day. Working together with the extremely high quality Spindle magazine for the launch of their 3rd issue is also a real honour and brings me back to my fashion and photography roots." Paul Fullylove, Artist.
As well his digital oil paintings, the artist is known for his portraiture work and glass effect on canvas pieces. His glass effect work induces the opposite effect of his digital oil paintings, allowing the viewer to find their own visualisation within the images. Alongside exhibiting his work, Paul Fullylove frequently works on portrait commissions and digital oil painting commissions.
Paul started painting after his health forced him to stop his healing work following 10 years of working as a healer. His art is a means of continuing to make people question the world outside their minds and he continues to be a catalyst in people's lives through his artistic mediums. Paul Fullylove has exhibited his work at the Satchi Gallery in London, 2009. As well as his exhibitions in the UK, Paul regularly exhibits in the USA, Germany, Italy and Spain.