Painter, sometime blogger.
A multiply layered and wide ranging exhibition.
WORDS FROM AN EXHIBITION An open submission with no selection. 54 Artists submitted work. 43 women 8 men. Seventy one works are shown. Colour line drawing marking photographing sculpting etching drypoint collage steel ceramic oil paint acrylic stainless steel […]
‘The Immaculate Dream is an exhibition of fantastical landscapes and constructed spaces, dark fairy-tales and silent stage settings. Works by nineteen artists invite us to explore a looking glass world in which pasts are reimagined and futures projected […]
A diverse exhibition of work from a group of neurodiverse artists engaged in Painting, Sculpture, Installation, Performance, Objects, ideas and the self.
‘……..an exhibition that explores contemporary notions of the sublime: the human capacity
of feeling when presented with the vastness, obscurity and the terror of the unknown, subsumed into awe when seen from the safe distance of the viewer’s perspective’.
Work from a community project designed to increase public awareness of Kaleidoscope Gallery
‘Border Controls’is an exhibition considered within the shadow of increasingly restricted borders and political controls with regard to migration and the increasing isolationism seen both here in the UK (with Brexit) as well as the wider geographical tensions […]
To my right as I enter the exhibition is a large dark brown-coloured rectangular object fixed to the wall. My eye is drawn to white bow-tie shapes that float-hover-drift on a grey surface, offshore of a nasal-peninsula-chef’s head emerging from […]
Curated by Jo Welsh.
Tony Penrose, Kathleen Fox, Jane Hoodless, Jo Redpath, Jo Welsh, Katherine Reekie, Tim Riddihough and Jacob Welsh, Brian Catling RA, Mick Rooney RA, and Gus Cummins RA reveal the influence of Surrealism in their work.
A mix of local artists and RA members.
Selected and curated by Kenton Lowe and Tom Penney of Blackshed Gallery in Robertsbridge the Sevenoaks Visual Arts Forum Open is an eclectic and inclusive show, mounted from of a` broad range of content, technique and materials. Julian Rowe’s prosaically […]
‘Striations, digging machines, blades – both depicted and the tools used to make the work – slashes, slices, gouges, and dissections, how could we not call this exhibition DiG?! Extract from Exhibition introductory statement, by Jane Boyer
‘The exhibition has evolved from Richard Forster’s research into an archive of found images of Levittown, the prototypical American suburban housing project 1947.’
note from exhibition pamphlet.