Posts tagged William Foyle
A Review of William Foyle: Landscapes at Asia House, London

Entering Asia House, I was immediately struck by the overflow of glittering figures adorned in all manner of extravagance; each in silent competition with the other. Air kisses were exchanged, delicately gloved hands waved at exquisitely tailored suits, crisp bubbling champagne was poured, and at the centre of this frenetic whirlpool was Scottish artist William Foyle and his eleven landscapes.

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An Interview with Scottish Artist William Foyle in his Shoreditch Studio.

William Foyle and I met many years ago at a ceilidh in the Scottish Borders. We were reunited in his East London garage studio. William is a British painter who bravely embarked on his career as a painter or what he described as 'a five year journey of the soul' without any formal training. His paintings consider vulnerability and endurance as they explore...

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