Current Exhibition

Elsa Taylor, 14 May - 28 May 2022

Exhibition: 'You Know How I Feel'

"What is art? Big question. The Victorian artist James Holland was under no illusions. "It is, or ought to be, the object of all art to produce as near a likeness to nature, in every respect as the instrument or materials employed will admit to." In other words, detail, accuracy, and finish. Constable's buyers demanded this,  yet it was his six foot sketches that today spark our interest.  In that respect Constable was ahead of his time.  But it was Turner who painted works of the heart and mind, dramatising his subjects....

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

Richard Adams

11 June - 25 June 2022

Adams creates idylls and then adds quirky people that often float above the ground and seldom stand upright.  His is a whimsical world...

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Annie Rouse

9 July - 23 July 2022

There is nothing overworked in these paintings.  Instead there is a quirky almost childlike spontaneity, a love of drawing, of texture...

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Summer Exhibition

1 August - 31 August 2022

An idylic world of country towns, green hillsides, stormy seas and lots of space, which complement his cityscapes of London.  His style...

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Jane Hooper

17 September 2022 - 1 October 2022

Simple subjects, often still life arrangements of vases, jugs, flowers on a table, fruit and vegetables commonly found in her everyday...

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Vanessa Cooper

15 October - 29 October 2022

One could almost sum up Vanessa Cooper's paintings in three words - Joie de Vivre.  There is a delightful, childish naivety about her...

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Anne-Marie Butlin

19 November 2022 - 3 December 2022

Anne-Marie explains "All my work is essentially an attempt to make a beautiful, uplifting image. In both my garden and still life...

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Christmas Exhibition

6 December - 31 December 2022

Andrew Hemingway works in pastel, producing images of remarkable precision and depth. He is probably one of the most important still life...

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