A retrospective of Jamaican born painter Rudi Patterson (1933-2013), featuring previously un-exhibited works from the artist's private collection. Rudi lived in England from his mid twenties but his works show depictions of hundreds of Caribbean scenes.
From Jamaica to Notting Hill - Rudi Patterson's Visions in Colour
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This is a really fabulous exhibition of exciting vibrant colourful paintings which are a joy to look at. It's amazing to consider how Rudi Patterson has re-created scenes of Jamaican life whilst painting so far from his home country. Visiting the exhibition leaves one with a warm glow of goodwill and cheer. I look forward to seeing the paintings again before the exhibition closes.
Beautiful, vibrant, powerful paintings that bring the warmth of a different Caribbean to one of Londons most fantastical settings. Rudi Patterson's love of life and artistry shine from the walls of the gallery. There is a magic realism to this work which leaves you feeling cheered and enriched.