Explore the 3D art exhibition Triptych at the Ben Oakley Gallery

Contemporary artists Robert Sample, Joseph Loughborough and Bael feature in the June 2020 exhibition.

TRIPTYCH exhibition © Bael Ben Oakley Gallery

Bael is among the artists taking part in the TRIPTYCH exhibition at the Ben Oakley Gallery

Lockdown may be easing in some areas, but art lovers are still patiently waiting to return to London’s galleries. While you may not be able to visit art displays in person, the Ben Oakley Gallery have just launched a new 3D art exhibition to enjoy in lockdown.

Contemporary artists Robert Sample, Joseph Loughborough and Bael will showcase their drawings and paintings in the new exhibition, Triptych. Having launched on 12 June, the three-man exhibition is available to view in 3D, along with the new virtual reality gallery space. These three artists have very different styles, but each explores the human figure in this new exhibition.

Sample’s signature gritty style is on show, with his latest work depicting monochromatic figures in oil paint. Meanwhile, Bael focuses on stillness and simplicity with delicate lines and hints of colour. Finally, Loughborough’s dreamy work brings the viewer to another dimension.

  • The Triptych exhibition is on virtually until 28 June 2020. To book your time slot, email the gallery. For more information, please visit BenOakleyGallery.com.

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Posted on 13 Jun 2020, in art, London and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. This is great – thanks for sharing. Really interesting to see how the arts are adapting and responding to the current pandemic and lockdown – whilst still trying to enable access and engagement.

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