A Look Inside Ryan Hewett's "The Garden" Exhibition

Spotlighting “abstract figurative forms and isolated environments.”

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Ryan Hewett just launched his solo exhibition entitled “The Garden” at Unit London’s new Mayfair gallery space. The South African born artist displays a vivid selection of abstract and figurative oil paintings that spotlight disfigured subjects coupled with geometric shapes in bright gradients. Collectively, this marks Hewett’s third show with the gallery.

“The artist has incorporated a myriad of geometric structures, depicting abstract figurative forms and isolated environments, drawing from human experience and the natural world,” expressed the gallery in a statement. Tour “The Garden” above and head over to Unit London’s official website to learn more. The exhibition is currently on view until July 28.

In other art stores, check out this massive whale installation made of 10,000 pounds of ocean plastic waste.

Unit London
3 Hanover Square
Mayfair, London W1S 1HD
United Kingdom

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