Cathy is a local artist exhibiting at Ruskin Mill from 21 April to 12 noon on 3 May.
The gallery is open mon to Sat 10 to 5 except for 3 to 5 on Sunday 29th for the Private View tea party. (All welcome)
Cathy’s recent work involves drawi...
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on 25-26 June 9.30am-5.00pm
Gloucestershire is fast becoming a number one destination for the arts.
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an Exhibition of original artworks
Hutchinson Furniture Showroom, Long Compton
Saturday and Sunday 7-8 May 10.00am-4.00pm
3-6 February 2011
SCIENCE MUSEUM LONDON SW7
Celia Lendis Contemporary requests the pleasure of your company at our first Watercolours & Works on Paper Fair.
Opening Preview on Wednesday 2nd February 3pm-9pm
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at The Dollar Street Galleryand Christmas Drinks
Friday 17th from 5:30-8.30pm to Friday 24th December.
Exhibitors include local artist Chris Smith of Creative Picture Framing
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Calls for Entries
20 February - 5 April 2011
The RWA’s Open Photography exhibition returns for the second time. Combining the work of invited photographers and open submissions, this exhibition will present contemporary approaches to p...
new collages, old places
PRIVATE VIEW Wednesday 17 November 5.30pm-9pm
West Eleven, 5 Blenheim Crescent, London W11 2EE
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An unexpected transformation of ideas into paintings
3 - 31 October 2010
This exhibition is the first ever collective showing by the Gloucestershire-based Parkbench Artists: Noela Bewry, Terry Cripps, Marianne Hellwig John, Penny Prince, Sue Rae, and...
A retrospective exhibition of work by Kerry Phippen
Opens 10am Stroud House 13-20 November 2010
Contemporary Scottish artist Kerry Phippen welcomes you to her website of drawings and paintings. In her pictures Kerry calls on the emotional landscape o...
The Second Real Target
25 Years Later
This Autumn, Wepaint Gallery celebrates the launch of a retrospective exhibition of Sir Peter Blake's prints. Entry to the exhibition is free and all works will be available for sale. Interest free loans are avai...
158 Autumn Exhibition
12-5pm Saturday 23 October 2010
The biggest exhibition of the year, an exciting mix of sculpture, photography, architecture, painting and printmaking from both professional and ama...
To tone down the warmth of natural woods we use a Liming wax. Applied in either white or grey, colour temperatures can match the artwork. By painting the sight edge you can create a dramatic finish which is fairly inexpensive.
Nicola Grellier's work can most easily be divided into successive 'eras' as one preoccupation leads on to another although each era is intimately attached to all the others and they cross refer constantly.
Always present are a commitment...
Steve is a freelance photographer with over 20 years experience. Based in the Cotswolds in a fully equipped, drive-in studio with its own gallery space. His work has been published internationally and encompasses a wide variety of styles fr...
Alexander Slatter was born in 1970 and grew up in Wensleydale in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. He has been a full-time professional artist for 8 years, and now lives and works on the Isle of Wight, England.
Highly collectable and w...
Photography has always been my passion in life; my aim has always been to create photos and artworks that stand out and are memorable. I believe that the simplest objects and original ideas can be the most visually effective.
I have b...
Davina Owen began painting at an early age, enthused by the animals in the surrounding Gloucestershire countryside.
Davina studied in Florence, where she studied with Signorina Semi and the English portrait painter Geoffrey Rawlins. On her r...
Amanda Cooper is a watercolour and pastel artist working in West Oxfordshire. She studied classical drawing with Signorina Simi so her work is predominantly figurative, but pure colour and atmosphere are very much something she focuses on.
Cotswolds based artist Melanie Wright is known for her portrayal of equine and landscape subjects and her talent for capturing atmosphere, action, speed and quality of light. Along with a keen eye for true representation, she brings a hig...