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Why collect Kyle Barnes?
Northern Irish born Painter, Kyle Barnes is currently based in Southampton, England. His works have captivated an international audience, even at a young age he is securing the attention of high end collectors and notable galleries with his first London solo show opening at Pontone Gallery just last month.
Barnes has won the Towry prize at the National Open Art Competition and exhibited at the prestigious Pallant House Gallery in Chichester. He further won the ‘Young Artist Award’ and the ‘People’s Choice’ Award at the Royal Ulster Academy, Belfast 2014. In 2015 he was awarded the Tyrone Guthrie Residency & in 2017 he was awarded the Whyte's Award at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin. His Work is included in many private and public collections.
Human emotion is one of the most powerful communicative devices we have, a paradigm that compels us to interact and be drawn in. It brings out compassion, empathy and unity as we relate our shared experiences.
Kyle Barnes work captures human emotion caught in a fleeting moment in time. The pouring paint quickly and eventually swamps the whole subject, or pulls back to reveal their natural state again. The work is a snapshot of an inevitable process, a state of uncertainty wherein we question whether the subjects are being engulfed or freed from the situation in which they find themselves.’
cleaning up the mv wakashio oil spill in south Mauritius
The ship began to leak fuel oil in the following weeks, and broke apart in mid August. Although much of the oil on board Wakashio was pumped out before she broke in half, an estimated 1,000 tonnes of oil spilled into the ocean in what was called by some scientists the worst environmental disaster ever in Mauritius.
Eco-Sud a local NGO will be collecting funds for all expenses linked to the cleaning and protection of the lagoon during this crisis.
Eco-Sud is an environmental NGO created by the citizens of Blue Bay-Mahébourg over 20 years ago in order to protect the environment and the biodiversity of Mauritius for the generations of today and tomorrow.
Our main program « Lagon Bleu » aims to restore and preserve the ecological and biological integrity of the Blue Bay and Pointe d'Esny regions in close collaboration with the local community.
15% of sales from the Kyle Barnes print will go direction to Eco-Sud to help them reach their funding target to clean up the off-shore oil spill.