Cliff Crawford grew-up in the north-east of England studied and taught in the Midlands and now lives in East Sussex. Best described as an enthusiast with an inquiring nature, Cliff is fascinated by process and uses both traditional and digital media to explore real and perceptual change through repetition, re-evaluation and reduction. Observation is central to his work and he uses repeating images to look again at what may have been overlooked to produce overlapping layers of interpretation and dialogue creating a visual narrative.
Martyrs’ Gallery Summer Salon
Exhibition: 18 August – 2 September, 12 noon–5pm (Thu–Sun, plus Bank Holiday Monday)
Private View: Friday 17 August, 6pm
Martyrs’ Gallery Summer Salon coincides with the Lewes Artwave Festival, the summer exhibition offers a range of contemporary work by local and regional artists. The Private View is on the eve of Artwave, Friday 17 August, from 6 pm, and provides the opportunity to meet the artists over drinks and refreshments. I am exhibiting `Virtually Me’ previously shown in London as part of ‘If We Were Houses‘.
Copyright: The art on this site is original and the copyright of the artist, Cliff Crawford. However, you may use the images for non-commercial purposes with the provision that you both inform and credit the artist, and provide a link to this site.