New exhibition of labor by Patrick Boyd at Woolff Gallery – The Artsology Weblog

I simply obtained a press launch from Woolff Gallery in London, asserting their ultimate solo present of 2022 that includes work by Patrick Boyd, an artist based mostly in Wales. Boyd is an award-winning artist who works with an eclectic mixture of pictures, holography, artwork, science, and lenticular printing. Within the case of the lenticular images, Boyd meticulously constructs these miniature, fictitious scenes in his studio after which takes a number of images of those scenes which he then makes use of to create photographic art work with a three-d impact.

Pictured beneath are two photos from the upcoming exhibition, titled “Mannequin Behaviour,” which opens at Woolff Gallery on December eighth and runs by means of January ninth, 2023. Beneath left is “Village Folks,” a lenticular photographic print from an version of 9; beneath proper is “Prince,” additionally a lenticular photographic print from an version of 9. In case you are involved in both of those artwork works or need extra info from the gallery, you possibly can contact them here.

Patrick Boyd lenticular photographs on view at Woolff Gallery in London.
Patrick Boyd lenticular images on view at Woolff Gallery in London. Photographs are © Patrick Boyd, offered courtesy of Woolff Gallery.

Patrick Boyd has an MA in Images and Holography from the Royal Faculty of Artwork, London, and was a Fellow in Media Arts on the Academy of Media Arts, Cologne. He was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship for a year-long artist residency on the Museum of Holography in New York and has created a number of tasks by means of the HoloCenter Pulse Laser Holography program. His solo exhibitions embrace Butler Museum of American Artwork, Youngstown, Ohio, USA; Royal Faculty of Artwork – Hyperlink Gallery, London, UK and Artwork Home, Takasaki and Neuse Gallery, Maiebashi, Gunma-ken, Japan.

You may see more of Patrick Boyd’s work in the exhibition here, and learn more about the artist on his website’s “about” page here.