Exhibition Set to Illuminate Canary Wharf

Exciting new pieces from Wendy Allan Design are soon to be shown at Canary Wharf. These pieces defy simple definition but suggest unlimited applications.

The illuminated tubes of intensely coloured, hand-dyed, hand-rolled silk, strengthened with resin and fibreglass, alternate with a wall-mounted light box – just two of the many possible applications of the process.  Artist Wendy Allan believes the potential of the medium to be limitless.

She says: “I am passionate about light and colour and excited by the idea of manipulating them into a variety of end products. The medium is infinitely versatile, and the production process ensures the individuality of every piece.”

The pieces are equally applicable to a commercial or a domestic setting.  They can make dramatic and stunning statements in clubs, office environments and hotel settings. In the domestic environment they can produce a spectacular addition to the children’s bedroom or playroom.  Conversely, it can conjure up a magical, sexy, intimate mood for a boudoir effect.  As functional art this could provide a fantastic focal point in any space in your home.

WAD lights are also available to hire for special events like weddings, birthdays or parties where they can create a dazzling and uplifting ambience or a cosy and comforting atmosphere.

The exhibition is at Windows Gallery, Public Art, Canada Walk, Canary Wharf and runs from Saturday, February 25 to Friday, April 28, 2012.

Photography by Jamie Woodley.


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