John Piper is one of the key figures of 20th century British art whose magical use of colour and texture can be seen in work ranging from ceramics and prints to fabrics and stained glass.
This major exhibition brings together over 30 beautiful limited edition prints, a range of fabrics from the 1950s and ’60s and a collection of original works including a rediscovered Welsh watercolour.
We’re also showing paintings by Jamie Cramp whose contemporary work is strongly influenced by John Piper.
The exhibition is being held in the hall at Elmslie House, a restored neo-Gothic house in the heart of Great Malvern, located at 8 Avenue Road, WR14 3AG.
Elmslie House is within walking distance of Great Malvern railway station. For detailed directions please visit: http://elmsliehouse.co.uk/contact/
The exhibition is free and is open as follows:
Saturday and Sunday 20th-21st and 27th-28th May: 10.30-4.30
Monday -Friday 22nd-26th May: 2-5 with late opening on the 26th until 8 pm
The exhibition may be opened at other times by arrangement.
A café will be open each weekend offering light refreshments.
For more information, please contact Richard Turkington on 07714 106386 or email@example.com
Source: John Piper at Elmslie House – Fifties Art & Design
Showing now at Little Buckland Gallery, reflections on the chroma of colour and how it evokes mood, memory or sense of place.
FINAL WEEKEND, the Exhibition runs until Sunday 9th April, daily 10am – 4pm
Painting: Caroline Chappell, Nicky Heenan, Maggy Herbert-Jobson, Arabella Kiszely, Debbie Locke, Sara Dudman and Camilla Ward
Ceramics: Richard Bideau, Emily-Kriste Wilcox, Hilary LaForce and Robin Walden
Sculpture: Zander Filho
Jewellery: Laure Filho
Housed in a beautiful listed barn, Little Buckland Gallery nestles within the picturesque surroundings of the Cotswolds on the border of Gloucestershire and Worcestershire.
We select and showcase emerging national and international talent for a discerning clientele looking to buy contemporary art from artists on the way up.
With a wealth of artistic talent on our doorstep, we also offer local artists — from Gloucestershire, Warwickshire and across the Cotswolds — opportunities to establish a reputation beyond their locale.
Little Buckland Gallery is home to a number of established contemporary artists, working in a wide variety of media.
Source: Little Buckland Gallery
The Sunday Times Watercolour Competition 2017,
offering First Prize money of £10,000, launches soon. An opportunity to redefine
and celebrate the beauty and diversity of watercolour.
#STWC17 is launching imminently! In the meantime, have a read of the
artist Q+As on our blog http://bit.ly/1NjUSx5 #watercolour #artistopp
The renowned RWA Annual Open Exhibition returns to Bristol on 9th October 2016 for its 164th year with a stunning variety of work from emerging and established artists. The exhibition is open until 27th November at the the RWA located in the heart of Bristol, Tuesday to Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 11am-5pm. You will find the building on Queen’s Road, Clifton (where Queen’s Road meets Whiteladies Road), opposite the University of Bristol Victoria Rooms.
We are delighted that two Fosseway members, Carole Bury and Susan Navin, have had work accepted for the exhibition. You will be able to see two charcoal sketches by Carole and a small horse sculpture in bronze by Sue if you have a chance to visit the exhibition.
The RWA is an independent charity and does not receive any regular central government funding to support exhibitions, family and adult learning activities or the maintenance of our beautiful, listed building. They rely on the generosity of visitors, donors, Friends, Patrons and corporate partners.
Times & Prices
Adults: £6.95 (includes a 70p donation)
Concessions: £4.95 (includes a 50p donation)
Under 18s/SGS, UoB & UWE students: FREE
Art Fund card holders: £4.50 (includes a 50p donation)
Fosseway Artists 95th Exhibition of paintings and sculpture is now underway at Nature in Art, Wallsworth Hall near Twigworth, north of Gloucester. The exhibition features the work of many of the group’s 70 members. In keeping with the aims of the venue the group have taken Nature as the theme for all the artworks on display. The exhibition has something for everyone; from delicate pencil drawings to bold colourful oils and acrylics, and also features 3 dimensional works including glass, woodcarving and ceramics.
The exhibition opened with a private view on Monday 5th, with invited guests mingling with the artists while enjoying a glass of wine. Group’s Patron, Lady Carolyn Elwes opened the exhibition at 7pm with words of praise and encouragement for the artists and thanks for the Committee Members’ hard work in organising the event.
The group are pleased to welcome six new artists into membership of the Fosseway Artists, they are;
It is with great regret we have learned of the sudden death of Frederick Cameron-Street on Tuesday, 23rd August 2016.
Frederick was a Life Member of the Fosseway Artists and was also one of the founding members of The Guild of Wiltshire Artists. His idea of bringing artists together to share ideas and knowledge benefited Guild members, both past and present, and established a close artistic community within the area.
Source: Guild of Wiltshire Artists – News and Events
What better way to spend this weekend but exploring Lower Slaughter, sitting beside the delightful river with an ice cream, or imbibing a beer at the hotel and then retreating to the cool interior of the Village Hall to see this lovely exhibition of paintings by Fosseway members Jan Whitton & Caroline Hope
The Wind in Your Hair. Watercolour by Caroline Hope
You are cordially invited to our latest exhibition to be held in Lower Slaughter Village Hall The Square, Lower Slaughter, GL54 2HS. Open every day:
Wednesday 20th July – Tuesday 26th July.
10am – 6.00pm
(Closing at 4.00pm on Tuesday 26th)
News from former Fosseway member Lisa Hooper ….
We welcome artists in the garden : There is always the opportunity for artists to come and sketch or paint in the garden and to exhibit their work in the Garden Room at the end of the week if they wish. After exploring, take time to capture the spirit of Mill Dene.
Bring along your painting materials and create your own masterpiece. Please Bring your own lunch.
For more details please call, email or see our website
Mill Dene Garden, Blockley, Moreton-in-Marsh, Glos GL56 9HU
Tel 01386 700457 www.milldenegarden.co.uk