‘Borne Expressions’ – A solo exhibition by Victor Agius

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'Borne Expressions' - A solo exhibition by Victor AgiusOpus64 Galerie is currently featuring a solo exhibition by Victor Agius. This exhibition is entitled ‘Borne Expressions,’ a title that encapsulates all the different works on show including abstracted landscapes, abstract paintings and ceramic sculptures. The works on show are a collection of Agius’ latest artistic expressions through diverse media.

Art critic Ms Charlene Vella MA refers to the paintings displayed as “vigorous and temperamental, with dashes of colour enlivening the sky and ground, and bleeding paint dripping steadily down to the fringes of the canvas.” The sculptures are the artist’s fresh experiments in which his distinguishing trait of intertwined figures embodying relationships of unknown forms is still evident.

Victor Agius has studied art under Maltese Artist Harry Alden, at the University of Malta and at the International School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture in Perugia, Italy. On an international scale, he has also participated in the Ceramic Triennale of the Domenican Republic and has exhibited his works in shows held at the Bricklane Gallery in London, at the Florence Biennale, in Paris and in Milan. His art forms part of private collections worldwide.

Borne Expressions will be open for public viewing from the 11th of June until the 2nd of July 2011, at the Opus64 Galerie, Tigne Street, Sliema.

Opening hours are from Monday to Friday from 10.30am to 1.00pm and from 4.30pm to 7.00pm and Saturdays from 10.30am to 1.00pm.

For more info visit www.victoragius.com or contact the gallery directly on 79496419. The exhibition is proudly supported by Mediterranean Bank, Charts Ltd and Delicata Winery.

Photo shows Victor Aguis (right) with Maltese artist Alfred Chircop.

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