Summer Sorrows

Andrew Ensor
EXHIBITION  RUNS
   
January
   
17
 -  
January
   
28
If Spring represented birth and youth, Summer is a blaze with the fire of adolescence burning away the innocence of the past.

INFORMATION

‘Summer Sorrows’ is the second show in a quartet of exhibitions to be held at Gaffa Gallery, each focusing on a different season.

The exhibition takes inspiration from the subconscious association of the seasons with moods. Seasonal Affective Disorder.

The melancholy of summer lies in stark contrast to the expectations of the weather and the idea of a ‘sunny’ day. An attempt to subvert the usual clichés of beach holidays, etc…

If Spring represented birth and youth, Summer is a blaze with the fire of adolescence burning away the innocence of the past.

Andrew Ensor is a Sydney based artist who has exhibited at Gaffa Gallery on a regular basis since 2009.

‘Summer Sorrows’ is the second show in a quartet of exhibitions to be held at Gaffa Gallery, each focusing on a different season.

The exhibition takes inspiration from the subconscious association of the seasons with moods. Seasonal Affective Disorder.

The melancholy of summer lies in stark contrast to the expectations of the weather and the idea of a ‘sunny’ day. An attempt to subvert the usual clichés of beach holidays, etc…

If Spring represented birth and youth, Summer is a blaze with the fire of adolescence burning away the innocence of the past.

Andrew Ensor is a Sydney based artist who has exhibited at Gaffa Gallery on a regular basis since 2009.

FEATURED  WORKS

Andrew Ensor, Losing your head in the heat, 2018, 21x30cm
Andrew Ensor, The Dancers, 2008, 21x30cm
Andrew Ensor, The Dance, 2008, 21x30cm
Andrew Ensor, Sailing into the sunset, 2010, 21x30cm  

OTHER  EXHIBITIONS