A New exhibition showing paintings from ‘Where the Lost Things Go’ by Tom Bell at the ARTWORKHOUSE Gallery in Abergavenny. Opening view is on 23rd February 6 -9pm, everyone welcome. Then open weekends until 31st March.

12 Feb

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A New exhibition showing paintings from ‘Where the Lost Things Go’ by Tom Bell at the ARTWORKHOUSE Gallery in Abergavenny.
Opening view is on 23rd February 6 -9pm, everyone welcome.
Then open weekends until 31st March.
2 new paintings on show!
Books will be on sale, and Tom will be there on the 23rd to sign copies.

These beautiful, intricate oil paintings by East Midlands based artist Tom Bell
are from his first children’s book ‘Where the Lost Things Go’,
published by Award Publications, Welbeck.
The book tells the magical story of six characters as they embark on an adventure together after becoming lost in the washing machine. Tom’s illustrations capture this story wonderfully, bringing each character to life.
Also on display will be Tom’s gritty cityscape oil paintings which have never been exhibited before.

http://wherethelostthingsgo.blogspot.co.uk/

Behind the scenes with Tom Bell http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5k5G4l40-pU

BACK copy FRONT_2 copyParking is available at the gallery

See map for location.

Transitions: Photography from inside the skatepark. Opens Saturday November 24th 6-9pm

13 Nov

Toril Brancher – Face to Face in Abergavenny

4 Colour Images: 130cm x 108 cm mounted on dibond and framed.

Face to Face is a series of photographic images, made collaboratively between artist and subjects, the young people in Abergavenny. Over a period of two years the artist approached young people in town, inviting them to consider the way in which they are perceived. Following careful discussions, location and pose were chosen before the photographic moments were recorded using a long hand held shutter release and a medium format camera.

“On my walks I have met some fabulously fun and pleasant individuals, I very much want the series to reflect that; to be a celebration of the young people in this town.’  Artist, Toril Brancher

Toril Brancher lives and works in Abergavenny. This project was funded by Arts Alive

Toril Brancher

James Hudson – Skate Park Life

Mixture of 15 colour/monochrome images taken between 1990 and 2008 in skateparks in the UK, Scandinavia and Brazil.
Prints are various sizes between A4 and A3, window mounted and presented in a variety of painted second hand frames arranged in close proximity on one wall.

Ripley skatepark, Derbyshire UK. James A. Hudson

Text about the artist and the project plus a review of the work by Iain Borden:

http://www.jameshudson.net

Wig Worland

Photographer based in London

Link to the images:

Skip at Rom A. Wig Worland

Bob Mitchell solo-show. Opens Sunday 2nd Sept 4-6.30pm.

25 Aug

Artworkhouse presents Bob Mitchell solo-exhibition of highly worked charcoal and chalk drawings

Opening view Sunday 2nd September4-6.30pm…

then open weekends 10.30-4pm until 14th October

-with artist’s talk Sunday 23rd Sept 3pm

and the lark sings

Paintings By Teena Hughes / Word Shapes by Phil Madden. Opens Fri 15th June 6-9pm

13 Jun

opens fri15th June 6-9pm- then open fri/sat/sun 10.30-4pm until July 15th

Christina Mitchell -Opening view Sunday 22nd April 3-6pm, then open fri/sat/sun 10.30-4pm until 20th May

19 Apr

 


Clare Faulkner/ Helga Prosser/ Harriet Lloyd. Open Fri/Sat/Sun 10.30-4pm until 15th April

17 Mar

Artworkhouse Gallery Abergavenny invites you to an exiting new exhibition of work by three artists
…with three different approaches to representing the figure.

-The large metal figurative sculptures by Helga Prosser characterised by boldness and capturing movement

…contrasted with Harriet Lloyds highly detailed and layered psychological fairytale-like drawn collages

and Clare Faulkners musically inspired dazzling coloured paper collages and painted illustrations.

Opens Saturday 24th March 6-9pm
then open Fri/Sat/Sunday 10.30-4pm until 15th April

www.artworkhouse.wordpress.com       Hatherleigh Place, Union Rd. West, Abergavenny, Gwent NP7 7RL
e-mail infoartworkhouse@gmail.com 07967145877

map and directions

Heads ‘n Tales- Angela Bowen / Caryl Roese -opening view Sunday 12th Feb 3-6pm

10 Feb

Heads ‘n Tales- Angela Bowen / Caryl Roese

 -opening view Sunday 12th Feb 3-6pm

  then for 4 weekends -open fri/sat/sun 10.30-4pm until 11th march

 

Angela Bowen presents a bold new series of paintings camouflaging self portraiture into her impasto domestic interiors… where wallpaper, fabric, cats and pattern overlap to create a narrative in disguise to be unravelled by the viewer. Full of discreet nods to the paintings of Bonnard, Vuillard and Matisse, these paintings have been made in Abergavenny by Bowen in her studio at the old workhouse buildings.

Caryl Roese creates dynamic sculptures based on the concept and form of hats. Using metal, glass, rope and other unconventional materials to create ‘hats’ that are not meant to be worn yet their scale allows them to be conceived as maquettes/proposals for larger sculptures. Roese has exhibited widely and studied in Cardiff with Bowen where Roese lives and works.

Where; Artworkhouse Gallery Abergavenny

Hatherleigh Place, Union Rd West, Abergavenny, Gwent NP7 7RL

When;  Opening view Sunday 12th Feb 3-6pm

then for 4 weekends -open fri/sat/sun 10.30-4pm until 11th march

Contact

email; infoartworkhouse@gmail.com

web; www.artworkhouse.wordpress.com

tel; 07967145877

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