FIRST LOOK: 24th MAR 2018, 12 – 4PM with refreshments served
EXHIBITION DATES: 26th MAR – 28th APR 2018
This exhibition is made up of a series of large scale woodcuts by Pine Feroda including individual prints by the four artists who make up the Pine Feroda print collective. Pine Feroda only work on large scale prints and they use the glorious coast of North Devon and it’s craggy rock formations, tumultuous seas and the play of light upon water as their inspirational subject matter.
Pine Feroda have exhibited their work widely across the UK including the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
EXHIBITION DATES: 26th MAR – 28th APR 2018
Simon Gaiger MRBS
Chris Seaber – Nets and Other Entanglements, 26 May – 23 June 2018 (Upper Gallery)
CIRCLE Spring – Mixed Group Exhibition cont, 05 May – 23 June 2018
Emily Crookshank – Art Focus / Monoprint Series, 02 – 23 June 2018
Trudy Montgomery – Art Focus / The Mother & The Daughter Series, 16 June – 30 June 2018
Lets Face It – 29 June – 2nd July 2018 (Upper Gallery)
Jelena Sredanovic – Art Focus / Clouds + Reflections, 30 June – 25 July 2018
Antonina Szram – bourn, 28th July – 12 July 2-18 (Upper Gallery)
HOUSE OF ARTISTS – Group Exhibition, 4 August – 8 September 2018
CIRCLE Summer – Mixed Group Exhibition, 15 September – 13 October 2018 (Upper Gallery)
COASTLINES – Fine Art Photography Show featuring Joni Sternbach and Vera Marr, 15 September – 13 October 2018
CIRCLE Winter – Mixed Group Exhibition, 30 November – 15 January 2019 (Upper Gallery)
OPENING RECEPTION: 4th AUG, 1 – 5pm with refreshments served
EXHIBITION DATES: 4th AUG – 8h SEP 2018
A group show of diverse, talented and well collected artists who can be found cutting, spraying, painting, throwing and spilling onto canvas in studios and spaces from London to LA. The exhibition will include a selection of original works and limited edition prints.
FIRST LOOK: 30th NOV 2017, 5 – 9pm with refreshments served
EXHIBITION DATES: 30th NOV – 18h MAR 2018
A group exhibition featuring works by John O’Carroll, Ben Allen, Simon Gaiger, Peter Hayes, Michael Olsen, Ivo Ringe, Dan Miles, Jenny Beavan and Adam Halls. In addition we will be introducing works by three new artists to the gallery, painters Sax Impey, Kerry Harding and print artist Emily Crookshank.
Featuring works by Simon Gaiger and Genevieve Claisse
FIRST LOOK: 14th October, 1-4pm with refreshments served
EXHIBITION DATES: 14th October – 25th November 2017
In curating SOLID MODERN we have chosen artists whose cardinal form stems from the Modern movements of Cubism, Di Stijl and Surrealism. Simon Gaiger from Wales and Parisian Genevieve Claisse have suitably different takes on abstraction.
Textile paintings by Adam Halls
FIRST LOOK: 16TH SEPTEMBER, 1-4PM with refreshments served
EXHIBITION DATES: 17 TH SEPTEMBER – 7 OCTOBER 2017
Adam Halls is tucked into the corner of a small hut, his studio. On his right hangs a work in progress, glistening in the cold day light. I look through the shed window at the full grass fields, beyond, to the valley and over the moor; this is Adams palette. I study the unfinished embroidery – the wavering layers of late summer yellows and muted greens: Adams colours in Adams place.
By Henry Beazley
FIRST LOOK: Saturday 19th Aug 2017, 13:00 – 16:00 with artist present and refreshments served
EXHIBITION DATES: 21 August – 14th September 2017
The young artists studio is a small patch in a room full of fork trucks. Henry Beazley’s rusted iron sculptures jostle for space in the dimly lit storeroom. When disentangled, I find Henry’s abstract offerings quirky and engaging, resembling the modernist sculpture of David Smith, who was the first artist to work directly with welded metal. On second thought they seem to be made in the spirit of Catalan sculptor Julio Gonzalez who was famous for his expressive use of iron in modern sculpture.
Ben Allen Solo Exhibition
FIRST LOOK: 15TH JUNE, 13:00 – 16:00 with artist present and refreshments served
EXHIBITION DATES: 15TH JUNE – 29TH JULY
Walking into the cool aesthetically tasteful gallery which seamlessly blends fine art and fine craft, I am dazzled by a show of lucent colour in a white room under a blue sky.
Stylistically experimental and pulsating with life, Ben Allen’s new abstract paintings, at first sight, seem to be born from sixties America – Painters like Frank Stella and Kenneth Noland.