Congratulations to our Open Studio artists Kat Weir and Clare Hampshire whose exhibition #Repost opens at Off The Kerb gallery this Friday!
Join us this Saturday 1-3pm for an exhibition of our tutor’s works! Including… Sue Beyer / Godwin Bradbeer / Yvette Coppersmith / Filomena Coppola / Erika Gofton / Ilona Nelson / Nic Plowman / Merryn Trevethan
It was so lovely to see our Open Studio Student Kate Ballis featured in The Design Files speaking about her new series opening at the Black Eye Gallery next week.
We’re very excited to be hosting an exhibition of work by our tutors! Please join us Saturday 1st July 1-3pm for the one day event and meet the team! We’ll be showing works by:
This beautiful piece is by Godwin Bradbeer
/ LAUNCH / FORUM / EXHIBITION
We are launching This Wild Song’s brand new website THIS Saturday 24th June from 1pm!
With a forum with TWS artists Louise Blyton, Terri Brooks, Megan Evans and Michelle Hamer.
There’s also a special exhibition for the launch only with works by 23 of the TWS artists!
Join us to celebrate This Wild Song’s artists and allow us to say thank you to you, our supporters.
*EDIT* WE ARE NOW BOOKED OUT! If you don’t have a ticket please join us 4-5pm for the exhibition opening.
Please join us on Saturday the 24th of June for the very exciting launch of THIS WILD SONG
The Art Room is very excited to host this wonderful celebration. It will be a wonderful afternoon with a special pop-up exhibition and forum and launch of the new website to accompany the project. Tickets are free and limited we’ve already booked out half of them so please reserve your seat ASAP!
We are so excited about the launch of this incredible project by Ilona Nelson, it’s going to be a fantastic afternoon and I hope to see you there!
Congratulations to Carol Swain, one of our wonderful Open Studio artists, whose exhibition Traces of Memory opens this Thursday!
Congratulations to our wonderful sponsor LANGRIDGE ARTIST COLOURS on their new website and upcoming exhibition CHROMATOPIA – a history of colour.
Welcome to Chromatopia, an exhibition on the history of colour.
Spanning thousands of of years, travel through the story of pigments and their incredible journeys from across the globe.
Tales of dragons & beetles, alchemy & poisons, slaves & pirates, from the ancient world to the present come alive in this exhibition on colour’s creation.
This voyage of discovery features pigments made from deadly metals, poisonous minerals, bodily waste, crushed insects and predatory sea snails. Colours dug simply from the ground beneath us, others so expensive that only kings and popes could afford them.
Within the exhibition, see the living process of historical colour manufacture in action.
Also featured is the new world of strange modern colours that only reveal themselves when touched, are invisible in sunlight or shine in the dark.
Opening 6:30pm on the 31st of May and on display from the 1st to the 18th of June 2017.
Merryn Trevethan’s exhibition Provable Falsehoods and now showing at Fox Galleries and closes May 30th!
We’re excited to see our friend Victoria Reichelt’s exhibition of amazing paintings at This Is No Fantasy! Precipice opens June 1st, all the details HERE.