Last week welcomed the initial unveiling of London based artist Gurley’s latest exhibition. What Happens In The Print Room is set to detail an exploration into the methodology behind her unique approach to screenprinting and the development of her evolution as a printmaker.
Gurley’s distinctive style, drawing inspirations from street art, expressionism and pop art, implements the use of mixed media in which she then transfers to the silk screens thus resulting in her unique and chaotic aesthetic. With the global icon of New York City at the forefront of her inspirations, a somewhat relatable quality is injected through the familiarity embedded, thus the merging themes of popular culture and urban imagery flourish within the artworks. The perfect relationship between colour and composition are both carefully considered elements of all of Gurley’s prints, as exemplified within her latest creations, which are set to showcase during the exhibition.
Gurley returns to Anise Gallery for her third solo exhibition, What Happens In The Print Room is to be held from February 24th to March 24th.