Martin Bush’s Hidden Inspiration exhibition at the Hidden Olive at Plymouth’s Barbican is inspired by not what we see but what we feel.
An exhibition at the fringe of Plymouth’s British Art Show – Imaginary Beings – was briefly made homeless due to its content being a bit risque for the venue. Step in Martin Bush, who has offered part of his studio space at Royal William Yard for the remainder of the exhibition.
The annual Plymouth University student art shows give people a unique opportunity to glimpse what is going on behind the closed doors of the university’s art studios and potentially spot the future stars of the art world. This year the Martin Bush Gallery in Plymouth’s Royal William Yard is supporting eight art students from the joint honours degree, students who are studying fine art alongside Art History.
Martin Bush presents New Beginning, his spring show of new paintings charting a year in his life as artist in residence at the Royal William Yard. The works follow a journey through seasons and emotions; dark and moody pieces are alongside vibrant colourful canvases; small and intimate works with large jaw-dropping visions.
Martin Bush is the first artist to be exhibiting a painting at the new Window Gallery in The House of Fraser store in Plymouth.