CLOTH ROAD ARTISTS @ THE OEXMANN GALLERY, DEVIZES
Come and see this fantastic collection of artwork including two of my gum bichromate print pinhole photos!
Open from 25 January to 14 March 2020, the exhibition showcases a diverse range of arts from 32 Cloth Road Artists.
Glass, ceramics, willow, porcelain, bronze, watercolours, oil paints, acrylics, drawing, mixed media…… Portraits, landscapes, seascapes, botanical, still life….. Abstract, expressionistic, realistic……..
OEXMANN ART COMPETITION
This year’s competition and exhibition marks the 16th biennial Oexmann Art Award, and is held in memory of the late Theophila Joan Oexmann (neé Copland-Griffiths), an artist raised in Potterne. The award was endowed by her husband Richard Oexmann in recognition of her love of this county’s artistic heritage.
One of my collagraph monoprints, ' The Black Grouse', part of the 'Silent Spring ' series featuring birds on the RSPB Red list of endangered birds, has been selected.
The show runs from 27 October 2019 to 5 January 2020 at the Wiltshire Museum, Devizes.
SOLO SHOW: 'LOOKING BACK'
Handmade and digital prints, and alternative process photographs from a ten-year period exploring lost presence in the natural and urban environment.
At Court Street Gallery, 18 Court St, Trowbridge BA14 8BR
Preview evening Friday 26 April 2019 6– 9pm
27 April – 3 June 10am – 4pm
'THE POSTCARD SHOW'
An exhibition by FOR NOW the Bath Based contemporary art group, April 17-22 2018.
Over the course of two years, ten artists produced ten 148x105mm artworks in response to each of 6 themes chosen by the group, in any medium or format.
See more at http://www.fornow.org.uk/artists-postcards-project.html
‘STREETS OF BATH’
An exhibition at Bath Abbey, April 12-16 2016
This week long exhibition will celebrate the lives of those who live and work on our streets and engage us in thinking about their role and place in the city.
‘STATE OF FLUX’
An art exhibition by FOR NOW the Bath based contemporary art group explores the dynamic of change characterising all aspects of the natural world and challenges the viewer to consider the extent to which this is caused by human action .
AT CREATE CENTRE, SMEATON ROAD, SPIKE ISLAND, BRISTOL BS1 6XN
Opening Party Fri 18th July 5-7pm
Eco-poetry by Helen Moore
Sound installation by Paul Browne
Public viewing : 14th July - 8th August Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
See more at www.fornow.org.uk