If I had hollow bones, I’d fly away from here

Andrew Ensor
EXHIBITION  RUNS
   
September
   
28
 -  
October
   
9
In this metaphysical malaise something new begins to grow, a flower among the ruins of a castle.

INFORMATION

There are worlds built inside ourselves. Elaborate places carefully decorated, then left to decay. These are places of beauty, places where we go to escape. Here, safe from reality, a day dream can last for months and the romantics never died. In this metaphysical malaise something new begins to grow, a flower among the ruins of a castle.

There are worlds built inside ourselves. Elaborate places carefully decorated, then left to decay. These are places of beauty, places where we go to escape. Here, safe from reality, a day dream can last for months and the romantics never died. In this metaphysical malaise something new begins to grow, a flower among the ruins of a castle.

FEATURED  WORKS

Andrew Ensor, A memory of frozen flowers, 2017, 30 x 38cm

Andrew Ensor, Everything you’ve ever done is the best thing you’ve ever

Andrew Ensor, In a metaphysical malaise, 2017, 38 x 30cm 

OTHER  EXHIBITIONS