How would you describe your practice? My work is mainly large scale acrylic painting but I also make sculptural pieces and smaller experiments with poetry and found text. What are you working on at the moment? Im making maquettes for large scupltures which extend the themes of my paintings, …Read More »
Blue, 2015, ink and gesso on board, 84 x 60cm, Alex McIntyre Land, Space, Sky : A Solo Exhibition by Alex McIntyre Wednesday 27 January – Monday 29 February Ripley Arts Centre, 24 Sundridge Avenue, Bromley BR1 2PX Digswell Arts Fellow, Alex McIntyre is exhibiting new abstract landscape works inspired …Read More »
Hideki Arichi is exhibiting 2 pieces as part of ‘Urban, Modern Life’ at Nude Tin Can Gallery, 125 Hatfield Road, St Albans, Herts AL1 4JS The exhibition runs from the 26th January until the 20th February.Read More »
Sat 30th April – Lino Printing– Learn how to create a series of multi coloured Lino prints from intricately cut lino blocks using the ‘reduction’ method and the Albion Press – with Sally Tyrie Sat 11th June – Collagraph techniques – learn about methods of creating unique and textural Collagraph plates and how …Read More »
Tina Reid and Miche Follano, Digswell Fellows selected for the group show. ‘Sacred Art: Journeying with the Numinous’ at Aberglasney Gardens, Carmarthenshire, Wales, from April 29 – May 5 2016. This exhibition will comprise around 30-40 artists. It will offer a radical departure from many contemporary exhibitions and see sacred, …Read More »
Jane Glynn will be at the House of Illustration’s Illustrators’ Fair on Saturday 12th December, with books, prints and original artwork. This will be at the Crossing in the Granary Building, Granary Square, near King’s Cross Station. http://www.houseofillustration.org.uk/whats-on/current-future-events/the-illustrators-christmas-fair/Read More »
Allistair Covell’s Digital Stitch features in a major exhibition celebrating Welsh wool at the National Wool Museum in Wales.
Digswell Arts Fellow Allistair Covell’s digitally printed textile artwork Digital Stitch is currently on display at the National Wool Museum in Llandysul, Wales. Showing as part of the Cambrian Mountains Wool 2015 International Design Challenge, the exhibition is on display from the 27th November 2015 – 9th January 2016. The …Read More »