British Surrealism: 1783–1952 : An exhibition

Marion Adnams - The Distraught Infanta -L'infante égarée, 1944. Photo: Manchester Art Gallery / Bridgeman Images Dulwich Picture Gallery’s opening show of 2020 will be the first major exhibition to explore the origins of surrealist art in Britain. Almost 100 years since the birth of surrealism in the 1920s, the exhibition will position British Surrealism... Continue Reading →

Sightlines: an exhibition

Matthew Harris ‘Sightlines’: A collaboration between artists Matthew Harris (constructed textiles), Helen Carnac (metals / mixed media) and David Gates (contemporary furniture). Bringing innovation in an exciting new collaboration Saturday 4th May – Sunday 2nd June 2019 - MUSEUM IN THE PARK, Stroud ‘Sightlines’ as an idea began in 2009 when both David Gates and... Continue Reading →

Radioactive Boglach – Aimee Lax

Yesterday morning I drove to the New Brewery Arts in Cirencester, not far from our new nest in the South Cotswolds. I recently started to take more ceramics classes to supporto my new clay road. And then in the new classroom I met my new teacher, Aimee .. a very talented artist .. not only... Continue Reading →

Granby Workshop at Coal Drops Yard

Granby Workshop showcases a new collection of playful ceramic bottles, cups and jars. Handmade in Liverpool, the range consists of ten simple forms designed for everyday use, exclusively available at their pop-up shop alongside other Granby Workshop favourites.

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