John Coyle & Gary Coyle at The Dock

Now Came Still Evening On

Father and son, John and Gary Coyle, come from similar but very different traditions. In this exhibition the works of the two artists are drawn together through themes of situation, familiarity, and immersion in art. The title of this exhibition comes from John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost. The poem which was deeply critical of the political climate at the time, was written in relative old age when the poets eyesight had declined. The poem was conservative in structure and language but deceptively rebellious in its references. Milton was a quiet radical of his time. For more information on the exhibition, visit The Dock website -‚Äč Video production-