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Gavagan Art

Town Hall Settle

 

Summer Exhibition 2018


Charlotte Hodes. Sleeping orange light. Original print.

Image: Charlotte Hodes. Sleeping orange light. Original print.

Summer Exhibition

Various Artists

12 July - 24 August 2018

Cornucopia

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Spotlight Exhibition
Charlotte Hodes

Grammar of Ornament: New Papercuts & Ceramics.

Charlotte Hodes Grammar of Ornament


Prints and ceramics by Charlotte Hodes Professor of Fine Art at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London. Charlotte will be showing a selection of work from her body of work: Grammar of Ornament: New Papercuts and Ceramics Inspired by the 19th-century publication The Grammar of Ornament (1856) by the architect and designer Owen Jones.
 
"In Charlotte’s pictures the pattern does not stay within the outline.

It overlaps and takes on an existence of its own" Paula Rego
 
More information to follow.
 
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Gallery Open

Thursday - Saturday 11 - 4

Other times by Appointment
 
Our selection of work for this summer brings together a wide range of styles and techniques. Figurative landscapes by the Cornish based artist Richard Tuff, Karolina Larusdottir's haunting lithographs and William Clayton's trompe-l'œil oil painting.

This exhibition also includes examples of work by artists based in the North of England including:

Jacquie Denby, Katharine Holmes, David Cook and Milan Ivanic.  
 

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    Image: William Clayton.Violin with Clarinet. Oil on canvas.1998.c.The Artist.

 

Ceramics
Examples of work by: James Hake, Peter Swanson, Stephen Murfitt, Rebecca Callis, Chris Prindl, Chris Barnes, Winchcombe Pottery, Clive Bowen.
 
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Gavagan Art is an approved member of the Arts
Council England's interest free loan scheme 'Own Art'.
The scheme offers 0% loans of up to £2,500 for purchases
of artwork by any living artist.
It is designed to make it easy
and affordable for people to buy
contemporary works of art including paintings, original prints, ceramics and jewellery.

Silver jewellery. Makers include: Jill James & Anthony Feiler.


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