Current exhibition

Calendar

We are planning to start our series of scheduled exhibitions on the 9th September, beginning with RE-EMERGENCE, followed by the Christmas exhibition, Present Arts. In the meantime an Offline Exhibition displaying paintings, prints, sculpture and crafts by our resident artists along with regular exhibitors is presented in The Gallery to be viewed by appointment. An online exhibition of flower paintings, Joy in Bloom, can be seen on our Online Gallery where an amazing selection of artworks by talented artists in a wide variety of media can be viewed and purchased.

2021


ONLINE

until 31st October
JOY IN BLOOM
Floral art by artists who each have a very
different approach to the beauty of flowers.





IN THE GALLERY

9th September - 31st October
RE-EMERGENCE
Work by book and paper artist, Jo Howe and
mixed media abstract painter Caroline Lumb.




5th November - 23rd December
PRESENT ARTS
Maintaining The Gallery’s high standard, the
emphasis is on works of art which are
affordable. Artists new to The Gallery are
represented.




 

6th January - 6th February
THE CENTRAL ORB
Colourful paintings and prints by Anthony
de Jong Cleyndert complemented by
Teresa Chlapowski’s work in glass.



10th February - 27th March
LIGHT AND SHADOW
Prints by Suman Gujral who finds the interplay
between light and shadow fascinating.
Complemented by ceramics by Karen Banks




31st March - 8th May.
UNEARTHED
Atmospheric, vibrant paintings exploring and
celebrating the ancient landscapes of the Outer
Hebrides and Ireland by Deirdre Shepherd. With
sculptural ceramics by Nigel Earle




12th May -19th June
COLOURS, CURVES AND TEXTURES
Photographs by Lynne Blount and Sylvie
Gummery taken at Perry Green over many
months with the kind permission of the Henry
Moore Foundation. These mainly abstract
images, are a celebration of the sculptor's genius
as well as being an art form in their own right.




23rd June - 31st July
WATCHING THE WAVES
Landscapes and seascapes of the ocean and the
steep headlands of Cornwall by Neil Robbins
Complemented by glass by Karen Murphy