James McGrath’s Ex Libris

September 28, 2011 § 1 Comment

James McGrath’s Ex Libris exhibition showcases the 10,000 books he painted from sketches and photos taken during a four day visit to the library of Prague’s Stahov Monastery. Against that timeless backdrop, McGrath has set the paintings’ recurring flora-and-fauna motifs: a cornered rabbit (himself in the library) flowers in free fall (the thoughts and memories that drifted through his head). The exhibition is on until the 9th of October at the Tim Olsen Gallery: http://www.timolsengallery.com/pages/exhibitions.php

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