Alasdair Wallace: Ache the Good Ache

1 – 23 December 2016

Rebecca Hossack, London

Scottish painter Alasdair Wallace’s richly-layered work is suffused with the surrealism of the everyday, portraying worlds filled with odd juxtapositions. Painting urban fringes, his parklands and skylines initially seem familiar. And yet, through unexpected details, each setting becomes a dreamscape as much as a landscape.

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