JONATHAN WALKER

21ST OCTOBER 2017 – 21ST NOVEMBER 2017

 

We would like to invite you to this years exhibition of new original paintings by Jonathan Walker.
Join us from 2:00pm – 5:00pm on Saturday 21st October to share a glass of wine with Jonathan, and be the first to see this exciting new collection of paintings, along with exclusive limited edition prints.

Regarded as a contemporary master of anthropomorphic art, Jonathan is a brilliant draughtsman and colourist with the quick wit of a true observer. It is his ability to convey each animal’s personality that makes his paintings unmistakably unique. Despite their old cast-off human garments, his characters never lose their intrinsic “animalness”. His animals are of the richness and earthiness of the land, unsentimental and honest.

Opens 2:00pm on Saturday 21st October
Open until 21st November, Monday to Saturday 10:30am – 5:30pm

 

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MIXED EXHIBITION

1ST OCTOBER – 18TH OCTOBER

Our current show is a mixed exhibition of work by a variety of artists, including paintings, original prints, sculpture, ceramics and Jewellery, along with books and greetings cards. Artists include;

Joe Lawrence
Lee Wallick
Anthony Theakston
Carola van Dyke
Neville Cox
Waistel Cooper
Cornelia O’Donovan
Caroline McMillan Davey
Ann Farley
Dawn Stacey
Brian Hanscomb
David Harrison
Helen Fay

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CAROLINE MCMILLAN DAVEY

9TH SEPTEMBER – 30TH SEPTEMBER 2017

 

We will be exhibiting a collection of new original paintings by Caroline McMillan Davey, inspired by the landscapes of Somerset and Devon.

“My work reflects my love for places I have visited, usually on holiday, but sometimes on specific trips at other times of the year. I work mainly from sketches, memory, and intuition, trying to recreate a feeling and atmosphere that I felt at the time. Many elements come together in making a painting successful, colour and tone, line and edge, composition and texture, but there is also that unknown factor which makes a painting special.”

 

 

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