Jonathan Meuli: Icons for Atheists exhibition
About this event
Exhibition curated by Professor Phillip Lindley from the School of Creative Arts
Dr Jonathan Meuli is a painter based in Glasgow, graduating from the Ruskin School in Oxford in 1982.
This show comprises ten new works, painted specifically for this exhibition, with two earlier works. The theme was suggested by an architect friend who was looking at a painting, combining geometrical and expressive abstraction, in Meuli's Glasgow studio.
He remarked that it looked like 'an icon for atheists'. Professor Phillip Lindley suggested to Jonathan that he explored the theme for Loughborough and these ten new works are the impressive result.
The exhibition can be accessed via the LU Arts Office (MH 0.13) and will also be occasional lunchtime openings.
There will be a closing drinks reception on Wednesday 25 September, 4pm-6pm. All welcome.
Contact and booking details
- Phillip Lindley
- Telephone number
- 01509 222948
- Email address
- Booking required?
- Booking information
- To access the exhibition during office hours, go to the LU Arts office in Martin Hall (MH 0.13) or telephone 01509 222948.