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About the Blue Path.
30 years ago the English Artist Denis Taylor found himself in Sweden. He had travelled from Greece to spend time with what was to become his future wife and where he was invited to exhibit his work.
The problem of his extended time in Stockholm was that he couldn’t find a space to continue with his work as a painter due to the lack of the availability of short term studio space.
The problem became acute as the artist headed towards an artistic depression. He was at the point of leaving and returning to his studio in Greece, when he managed to conceive and accept a compromise. So began the art project that became known as the “blue path.” The Blue Path was named after the Swedish practice of painting circles of colour on trees to indicate various ‘walks’ on the various islands in the archipelago. The first walk the artist made was Blue – hence the name of the project. The walks lasted from November 1994 to April/May 1995. The artist created typographical sketches and worked on the aquarelle creations which he painted in the kitchen of his then girlfriend.
This was first exhibition online exhibition in a 25 year anniversary show with the work selected from the 23 out of 32 watercolour paintings – all created between 1994 and 1995. It also shows ‘Stepping Stones, a large seminal oil on canvas painting which was the masterwork of the project. The Blue Path was first exhibited in Stockholm in 1996 at the Eden Center and then at the Karolinska institute (Stockholm City
Below: Exhibitions now showing on painters TUBES gallery (Virtual Reality) The Blue Path VR show (1994 to 1996) and New work from Andrew Smith. “work from China and beyond”