Stuart Young

Stuart J Young’s work currently explores sacred texts and their relationships beween humans and ‘other’. His calligraphic works are akin to mandalas, meditations and prayers. Using Indian ink, watercolour and natural pigment on paper his work addresses the fragility of the human condition. This cycle of work is prompted by the unique urgency of the difficult times we all live through.

Prayers

 Stuart J Young’s art works have been shown and sold in Germany and the UK including:

Aby Warburg Haus, Hamburg
Dudley Museum & Art Gallery
Chapel Gallery @ Saltram House, National Trust, Plympton
Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery
The Ariel Centre, Totnes, Devon
Skulpturengruppe, Minden, Westfalia
Keitumer Skulpturentage, Sylt
KunstRaum Weissenohe, Nürnberg
Open Studios, Bad Homburg v.d. Höhe, Frankfurt
Delamore Arts, Dartmoor, Devon
Artist Residency Pfälzer Hof, Idar-Oberstein
Birdwood House Gallery, Totnes
Forthcoming shows:
November 2024: Poolhaus Blankenese, Hamburg
February 2025: Birdwood House Gallery, Totnes


All images and ideas © Eila Goldhahn & Stuart J Young 2024

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Stuart J Young originally developed a body of sculptural works inspired by the classical modern period typified by great sculptors such as Jean Arp and Henry Moore. Works are carved directly in wood (for example apple or holly wood) or cut into plaster later pigmented and polished with ochres, siennas and beeswax.




See a new exciting series of sculptures Stuart J Young, inspired by movement and dance and made from recycle wire and newsprint.



All images and ideas © Eila Goldhahn & Stuart J Young 2024

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