SARA MOORHOUSE & MARIA WOJDAT: NEW JOINT EXHIBITION
Contemporary Ceramics Centre
June 15th - 8th July
63 Great Russell Street
Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3BF
London WC1B 3BF
See Sara Moorhouse and Maria Wojdat's new work in the much anticipated joint exhibition at the Contemporary Ceramics Centre, London.
We are thrilled that Allan Martin's paintings and prints have been selected to grace the walls of the newly restored Hotel De Crillon in Paris. This historic hotel situated in Place de la Concorde has undergone a spectacular refurbishment and is due to open in the Summer 2017.
We are delighted that Gina Brown's small painting How We Live was shortlisted for the exhibition of the Lynn Painter-Stainer’s Prize 2017 and exhibited at the Mall Galleries, London earlier in March. It is currently on show at Guildford House Gallery. The prize is an annual art award intended to encourage creative representational painting and draftsmanship.
Mall Galleries, London, 6th – 18th March.
Guildford House Gallery, 25th March – 22nd April 2017.
Last year Gina's Little Pink Dress won the Peaches Miniature Award at the National Open Art Exhibition 2016 at Mercers Hall, London.
We are thrilled to be part of the organising team for the very first Walcot Winterfest event taking place in Bath 18th - 20th November, throughout Walcot, Bath's Artisan Quarter. The local community is coming together to celebrate the independent businesses, shops, restaurants and cafes with a weekend of light, fun, artisan demonstrations and workshops, late night shopping events, music, street performances and much much more. Follow our Facebook page @walcotwinterfest and find out what is happening.
We are also lucky to have live art from Inkie, Paris and Cheba as well as a huge glitterball installation from a team of talented undergraduates from Bath Spa University, School of Art and Design.
ELI DIJKERS & RABBAN | SOCIETY CAFE, OXFORD
Following the success of our recent exhibition OTHERNESS, photographs by Dutch Eli Dijkers and Bath-based Rabban can now be seen in the latest branch of Society Cafe which opened in Oxford on 5th March 2016.
April 2nd - 14th May 2016
Hardy House Gallery, Box
We are pleased to announce our first collaboration with Hardy House Gallery in Box, Wiltshire. Working with artist/owner, Nina Roberts our first show in this stunning contemporary exhibition space opens on April 2nd. Three artists interpret the human form using photography painting, drawing and prints.
New gallery artist, ceramicist Justine Allison, works solely with hand built porcelain - creating semi-functional pieces. Her work addresses the boundaries between function and decoration. She looks at objects that are used on a daily basis like the form of a jug, and curates pieces that move away from function and are more concerned with the aesthetic and the visual. The Audrey Blackman porcelain she uses is fired to 1260 degrees in an electric kiln, using industrial glazes and velvet underglaze. Justine studied ceramics at Camberwell College of Art, graduating in 1998. She is based in Wales where she is a visiting lecturer at Carmarthen College. She has exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally.
We are delighted to be stocking our first range of everyday functional pots and vessels by Louisa Taylor. Louisa's ceramic practice is based in south-east London where she produces her ranges for shops, galleries and collectors in the UK and internationally. She is a Senior Lecturer on the BA (Hons)/MDes 3D Design and Craft course at the University of Brighton and a short course tutor at West Dean College, Chichester. She is a professional member of the Crafts Potters Association and Contemporary Applied Arts, London. In 2012, Louisa undertook a six-month post (January-June) as artist in residence at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. She is the author of Ceramics: Tools and Techniques for the Contemporary Maker, published in 2011.
One of the collaborative portraits of Annie Lennox acquired for the Scottish National Portrait Gallery permamanent collection was recently displayed at the introduction to a new exhibition there Collecting Now. Chosen to hang next to a large Ken Currie work, as the curator explains…
"The Ken Currie work is a large and powerful painting. Not many works could hold their own next to it but the photograph of Annie is really strong and looks terrific in this position. It is hung so it can be seen alone at a distance from the far end of the gallery." May through to 20 September 2015.
After the success of his THESE DARK WOODS and other work exhibition earlier in the year, Allan is producing a limited edition print of his acclaimed painting, WITNESS. This will be available from December 2015.