Andy Singleton: paper works in the making

Throughout the lockdown months, paper artist Andy Singleton has been busy creating staggeringly detailed works for his solo exhibition in The Gallery in Winchester next month. Through his latest photo diary, we get to catch up on his progress and see a tantalising glimpse of the works to come.

Singleton is making new large scale, paper installations and drawings in preparation for the exhibition, which will be an exploration of the inner and outer worlds that are part of the human experience – from the human body to celestial bodies. Singleton is exploring the link between these worlds to expose the often forgotten, fantastical realities of our existence.

© Nick Singleton

One of the installations planned, Vessels, is inspired by the intricate and complex vessels and nerves that are within our bodies and that allow us to interact with the external world. Singleton’s phenomenal representation of this in paper will be a magnificent sight once installed in the gallery later this month.

© Nick Singleton
© Nick Singleton

Andy Singleton
Bodies - Inner/ Outer Worlds
An exhibition of breathtaking, large-scale paper sculptures and drawings.
2 October 2020 – 20 January 2021
The Gallery, Winchester Discovery Centre

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Hampshire Cultural Trust

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