The Riverside Café Gallery is delighted to be displaying artwork by Paul Tracey from 04 May – 01 June 2018.

If you draw a line between Bristol and London, there are 30 piers south of that line, twenty-seven of these protrude out into the sea.

In a project that has taken roughly nine months, Paul Tracey has painted all 30 of these piers and this exhibition showcases a selection of these.

After taking a well-deserved break from this subject matter Paul plans to begin working on the piers north of the line.

Paul Tracey

Born London 1951, Paul attended Maidstone College of Art, Ravensbourne College of Art and Design, The London School of Printmaking, and Thames Polytechnic. In 1981 he studied silkscreen and etching under Anthony Benjamin in his print studio in Islington, London and his first one man show was at the Graffiti Gallery in central London in 1982. Other shows followed mostly in London, as well as being a regular contributor at the Royal Academy Galleries and other group shows in the UK.

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