Untypically for our exhibitions, this year’s Spring Exhibition is two-facetted:
A Mixed Group Exhibition brings together new work (2D and 3D) from our main key artists as well as fantastic newcomers. The work includes paintings, sculpture, ceramics, jewellery, glass, textile, wood turnings and fine furniture. A real feast for all the senses!
In tandem with this Mixed Group Exhibition, we are also running a Solo Exhibition of my partner’s work. Stephen Whitehorne, whom many of you have already met, is a wonderful photographer- and no biais involved, I can guarantee! With several awards under his belt and a long career in photography, he is displaying, for the first time in our new premises on the High Street, a collection of new works along with his all time best. This body of work, entitled “An Eye on Nature“, is a testimony of Stephen’s unique connection with the natural world as well as of his total mastery of his medium.
Here are just a few of the artworks on display…
Paintings by Lynda Marwood from The Edge of Silence series
Photographs by Stephen Whitehorne
Top row, l to r: Autumnal Reflections among Water Lilies; Summer Field, Dusk; Scots Pines and Silver Birch; Winter Birch Bottom row: Ebb & Flow
Belinda Glennon (top row); Catherine Lucktaylor and Marion Kennedy (mid row); Pascale Rentsch and Belinda Glennon (bottom row)
Not to forget splendid jewellery by Claire Roche (of Roche Designs) and Genna Delaney; Nuno felt exquisite scarves by Heather Potten, Vivienne Morpeth and Morpeth & Kirby and new beautifully crafted fine furniture by Stephen Finch.
We also display a range of small luxury marquetry and appliqué wooden boxes by Digby Morrow.
The exhibition runs until 30th June. Our opening hours are Tues-Sat 10 am to 4pm except for Wed 10 am – 1pm. We very much look forward to your visit.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL BE TAKING A SHORT BREAK FROM TUES 21ST MAY UNTIL THURSDAY 23RD MAY 2019 INCLUSIVE.
We are currently experiencing some technical error with the filters on our “Artworks” page which do not select all the possible artworks that match a specific filtering criteria. We are looking into this. In the meantime we would recommend that you use our “Artists” page instead. There you will be able to select works by specific artist or artform. As soon as the error has been rectified, we will let you know. Thank you for your patience.