An exhibition of paintings and aromas by George Addy.
Opening night: Friday 6 March, 6pm – 9pm
Exhibition open: Saturday 7 March – Sunday 8 March, 11am-3pm
Having become interested in working with essential oils, this series of paintings explores the relationship between smell and sight. The bright, fluid, and sometimes chaotic paintings also work to achieve a sense of balance and focus. Each of the main pieces will be accompanied by a hand-made perfume that aims to describe the painting through smell.
George Addy is a painter and illustrator, recently focussing on large scale work. He previously worked with Assembly House, being commissioned to paint the ‘Welcome to
Armley’ mural opposite our site.