Loved local painter and musician Jeff Raglus presents his latest body of work in “Beachside Primitive”. A collection of sculptures and paintings made from beachside flotsam and jetsam, driftwood heads, strange relief settings, small paintings and sculptures all executed with a primitive pop vibe.
Jeff Raglus is a pop art painter who regularly blurs the line between graphic and fine art. He has worked for Mambo, Swatch and the Arena Theatre Company. He is also a musician who has played many styles over the past 40 years.
Raglus is not particularly concerned with genres either in music or art. His work is not strictly confined to a movement or group, though his work has an ‘outsider’ or ‘folk art’ feel, Jeff likes to think of his art as abstract cartoon or just ‘pop’.
Beachside Primitive runs 7 December – 24 December. To see a full exhibition listing see here.