“We are excited to be returning to the O2 Academy for the Edinburgh Art Fair. We will have a stunning display of paintings by Steven Lindsay, Peter Wileman, Lucy McKie, Peter King, Robert Newton, Robert Hewer, Denise Heywood, Anna Perlin together with lovely ceramics by Jane Kite. We look forward to welcoming you on Stand C7. If you would like free tickets to the Fair”
I am very pleased to announce I will be taking part in the 2022/23 winter exhibition at Tolquhon Gallery, Aberdeenshire. Four new paintings, shown below, will be included. The work is a response to my recent bike-packing and painting tour of the outer Hebrides in June 2022.
The exhibition begins Saturday 12 November 2022 and continues into 2023 and the end of winter. Please consider subscribing to hear about future exhibitions, your contact information is secure and will never be shared.
An exhibition at The Sill, Hadrian’s Wall, a world-class visitor destination in a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
7th November 2019 – 19th January 2020
Inspired By Our Land is a special gallery space to showcase artists from across the area who take their inspiration from the landscapes, plants and animals that symbolise the Northumberland National Park.
It’s a fantastic opportunity to see the heart and soul of Northumberland National Park captured in different ways, featuring photography, soft watercolours, and vibrant ceramics.
‘Inspired by Our Land’, features 9 local artists and includes original work, prints, photography, and ceramics.
Many of the artists featured in the exhibition hail from Hexham and the Hadrian’s Wall area. They include photographer Kit Saddington, printmakers Carol Nunan, Rebecca Vincent and Adele Burdon, watercolour artists David Holliday, Robert Newton and Charlotte Thompson and ceramicists Steph Jamieson and Melanie Hopwood.
‘Inspired by Our Land’ represents the unique environment, varied geography and wonderful wildlife of our National Park. It promises to be a fantastic exhibition and with such a wide selection there is undoubtedly something for everyone. See Northumberland National Park’s dark skies and far horizons like you’ve never seen them before.
This free public exhibition runs from Thursday 7th November to 19th January 2020 from 10am to 4pm.