Over the Hills and Far Away

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Work by the father of British Pop Art, Sir Peter Blake was exhibited and offered for sale by One Church Street Gallery, in our exhibition Over the Hills and Far Away, Christmas 2015, alongside other selected artists with a literary connection (including John Piper, Kenneth Rowntree and several of our own gallery artists).  The collection presents Peter Blake’s Under Milk Wood, his new Tattooed PeopleVenice FantasiesParis Escapades and 3D Circus pop-up collages.
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RHS Hampton Court 2015

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June/July 2015

We were invited to curate a sculpture garden at the Hampton Court Flower Show, to show how sculpture can be used as a focal point, even within a small outdoor space.  Partnering with The Plant Specialist, who selected a fantastic range of plants to compliment our sculptural pieces, we created an inspirational urban outdoor space showing outdoor sculpture from a number of different sculptors.

 

 

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RHS Chelsea 2015

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May 2015

We were invited to curate a sculpture garden at the Chelsea Flower Show, to show how sculpture can be used as a focal point, even within a small outdoor space.  Partnering with The Plant Specialist, who selected a fantastic range of plants to compliment our sculptural pieces, we created an inspirational urban outdoor space showing outdoor sculpture from a number of different sculptors.

 

 

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Pinpoint ii

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Five artists who work with the construction or application of cloth and thread were invited to create fine art installation work in the gallery, 6th February – 28th February 2015.  The gallery curators have always held an interest in the delicate space that artists navigate between fine craft and fine art.   By incorporating a diversity of textile material, technique or process these works seek to cross the boundaries of artistic practice.

A catalogue is available, with a Foreward written by Linda Brassington.  To order online, click here.  

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Bryant + Keeling Prize 2014

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Painting Now 2014

The prize attracted hundreds of entries from artists across the UK, even reaching as far as Eastern Europe.  We believe that each shortlisted artist has shown a courageous approach to the use of paint and/or to contemporary subject matter.

Ian Robinson was awarded the Bryant + Keeling Prize, collecting £1,000 and representation with the gallery.

 

 

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