Kassandra Isaacson and Peter Rhoades are painters, printmakers and teachers. This exhibition of work comes from a longstanding friendship and working association.
Independently, they have been developing work that explores the effect the media can have on our perceptions of our natural world and in our daily lives.
Peter’s response has been expressed through the medium of paint, an enduring visceral language. Kassandra has used digital collage, drawing, painting and textiles to observe and record her response.
Both have addressed this layering of realities, actual and virtual, using the familiar tropes of still life, life drawing and landscape.
Born in the USA, Kassandra Isaacson has been resident in Britain since 1967. She trained at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art. As well as working as an exhibiting artist (Oxfordshire Artweeks, Arnolfini Bristol, Oxford Art Society, OPC, Christ Church Oxford University, The Royal West of England Academy Bristol, The Jam Factory Oxford), she is a longstanding teacher of drawing and painting.
She has run regular courses and workshops, both independently and within various institutions, including Abingdon School, Ashmolean Museum, The Art Room, Christ Church Oxford University, North Oxford Association, and The Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University.
She is a founder member of Oxford Printmakers. Her work is regularly included in the Art Room Charity Auctions and is in various private and public collections, including the Churchill and Radcliffe Hospital collections, Hertford and Wolfson Colleges.
Peter Rhoades is a lecturer and art tutor at Christ Church Oxford University. He is a member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers.
Tuesday 01 Mar 2022 from 2.00pm to 3.00pm
Join Kassandra Isaacson and Peter Rhoades in conversation about their works in this exhibition. Free but advance booking is recommended.