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5541 Mable Aveneu (2018), enamel and acrylic on swen linen, 152x183cm
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‘Tune Grief’ (2018), Acrylic, Enamel and Gouache on Shaped and Assembled Panel, 152x122cm
'S.A.S.E' (2018), Acrylic, Enamel and Gouache on Canvas, 152x182cm
William Lachance is best known for his brightly coloured figurative and abstract work. His figurative paintings explore the enveloping space behind and around isolated figures; to look beyond what is depicted and to create a unique narrative. Lachance’s abstract paintings however, flirt with the ideas that take place on the surface. The narratives still appear, however, they weave their way through abstract forms on the way to somewhere right in front of the viewer. Usually taking the form of acrylic on large-scale wooden board, LaChance’s bold shapes, vivid colours and abstract modernist compositions take inspiration from vintage graphic design and illustration.

WILLIAM LACHANCE (b. 1971, St Louis, Missouri) lives and works in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. He graduated with a BFA from The Kansas City Art Institute and MFA from Indiana University. Solo exhibitions include: Art Athina, Athens, Greece (2017), Rod Bianco Gallery, Oslo, Norway (2017), Direktorenhaus, Berlin, Germany, (2017), Junior Space, Melbourne, Australia (2017). Group exhibitions include: Housa Gallery, Two Person Exhibition (2014), SIBA Gallery, New Abstract Works (2014), ‘Observing The Observer’ with Anne Rowe, SIBA Gallery, (2013). LaChance first showed with BEERS London in the group show ’75 Works on Paper’ (2017). His first solo show at Beers was '(After) Edge City' April/May (2018) and has exhibited a solo booth at Expo Chicago with BEERS in October (2018). 

William Lachance is best known for his brightly coloured figurative and abstract work. His figurative paintings explore the enveloping space behind and around isolated figures; to look beyond what is depicted and to create a unique narrative. Lachance’s abstract paintings however, flirt with the ideas that take place on the surface. The narratives still appear, however, they weave their way through abstract forms on the way to somewhere right in front of the viewer. Usually taking the form of acrylic on large-scale wooden board, LaChance’s bold shapes, vivid colours and abstract modernist compositions take inspiration from vintage graphic design and illustration.

WILLIAM LACHANCE (b. 1971, St Louis, Missouri) lives and works in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. He graduated with a BFA from The Kansas City Art Institute and MFA from Indiana University. Solo exhibitions include: Art Athina, Athens, Greece (2017), Rod Bianco Gallery, Oslo, Norway (2017), Direktorenhaus, Berlin, Germany, (2017), Junior Space, Melbourne, Australia (2017). Group exhibitions include: Housa Gallery, Two Person Exhibition (2014), SIBA Gallery, New Abstract Works (2014), ‘Observing The Observer’ with Anne Rowe, SIBA Gallery, (2013). LaChance first showed with BEERS London in the group show ’75 Works on Paper’ (2017). His first solo show at Beers was '(After) Edge City' April/May (2018) and has exhibited a solo booth at Expo Chicago with BEERS in October (2018).