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cheltenham

art e.bulletin

AUG 2011

a monthly visual arts bulletin covering exhibitions and news in the Cheltenham area published by bob freeman e : bob@rifreeman.co.uk  

EXHIBITIONS

10 ² 23 August 2011

¶+ORSE CAROUSEL· A Project organised by Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

THE GARDENS GALLERY Montpellier Gardens, Montpellier, Cheltenham www.gardensgallery.co.uk 10am ² 5pm Twitter: gardensgallery 27 July ² 2 August 2011

From 11-­15 August Lisa Yardely will be artist in residence and with the help of lots of different groups will transform 20 2D ply horses into decorative horses inspired by 5 different themes related to the horse. Following this the horses will be on display and there will continue to be several simple family activities which people can do themselves

¶/$<(5('· MILLIE JOINES, CAROLE BURY & JOHN BROMLEY Ceramics, photography, drawing and paper textiles

 

 

24 ² 30 August 2011

Pamela Stone Portraits & landscapes in watercolour and oil

Carole Bury

 

3 ² 9 August 2011

PRINTS, DRAWINGS & CERAMICS RUTH END & STEPHEN END Pamela Stone

31 August ² 6 Sept 2011

AMANDA HOUSE

A selection of paintings, collage and prints

Stephen End

 


cheltenham

art e.bulletin

AUG 2011

a monthly visual arts bulletin covering exhibitions and news in the Cheltenham area published by bob freeman e : bob@rifreeman.co.uk  

CHELTENHAM Throughout the Town

PARABOLA ARTS CENTRE Parabola Road, Cheltenham

FINE FORM PARADE

Until 22 August 2011 : EXTENDED ! Mon ± Fri 12.00 ± 5pm

Horses for the Parade have arrived in Gloucestershire providing artists with a different blank canvas to work with. Each horse will be transformed with an innovative design, some reflecting their respective sponsors.

In association with the HSBC Cheltenham Music Festival an exhibition of painted soulscapes, architectural textile sculptures and rare prints of sublime simplicity.

1 August ² 16 October 2011

Artists already taking up the challenge are PJ Crook, Sam Charles Hodgson, Alison Little, Lincoln Seligman and Carrie Reichardt.

µLINGER¶ GILLIAN LEVER, MICHAEL LEUNIG

www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/music/exhibitions

In total there will be ten horses taking up residence from at various locations throughout town. Starting from the top of Montpellier, through the town centre and parks, the trail finishes at the 5DFHFRXUVH ZKHUH \RX·OO EH PHW E\ D KRrse especially painted to celebrate The Cheltenham )HVWLYDO·Vth birthday.

Gillian Lever

Michael Leunig

PJ Crook

 

 


cheltenham

art e.bulletin

AUG 2011

a monthly visual arts bulletin covering exhibitions and news in the Cheltenham area published by bob freeman e : bob@rifreeman.co.uk  

TAURUS CRAFTS Lydney Glos GL15 6BU 30 July ² 4 September 2011

œA TANGLED TALE¡ JENNY WESTBROOK

Semi-­ abstract oil paintings

art e.news DENISE MARTINI It is sad to report the death of Denise Martini. Denise regularly donated prize money to the Cheltenham Group of Artists Open Exhibition for the best abstract in show. The award became known as the œMartini Prize¡.

art e.noticeboard CHRIST CHURCH The Hub Gallery, Malvern Road, Cheltenham CALLING ALL ARTISTS OPEN ART & PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION & EXHIBITION Jenny Westbrook

In association with Cheltenham Open Studios Cirencester Until 4 September 2011

THE ART OF CHILDSPLAY This show investigates the work of contemporary artists and makers who create pieces which show œSOD\IXOQHVV¡ RU KDYH D œFKLOGOLNH¡ TXDOLW\ $OO WKH exhibitors are inspired by play, respond to FKLOGUHQ¡V VWRULHV UHIHU WR FKLOGKRRG PHPRULHV RU make work with children in mind. The exhibition will present a stimulating world for all to enjoy.

8 ² 11 September 2011 Theme: English Heritage/Landscape/Creation in any medium. Categories: 12-­18 years, Adult, Photography and Collaboration. Judge: Dr. P.J. Crook MBE Up to three pictures may be submitted, £5 per submission. Prizes will be awarded. If you wish to enter, please submit the title, the medium and the price of your picture to nikkiseville@tiscali.co.uk by Friday 2nd September. More info: 01242 254457. The work should be delivered to Christ Church, Monday 5th September, 9 am until 12 pm. We hope to hang at least one picture from each entrant: hung on a first come first served basis. Bring a table easel preferably for further opportunity. All work exhibited during the four days must be for sale with 80% going to the artist and 20% to the Fabric/Development Fund of Christ Church.


cheltenham

art e.bulletin

AUG 2011

a monthly visual arts bulletin covering exhibitions and news in the Cheltenham area published by bob freeman e : bob@rifreeman.co.uk  

South Worcester College School of Arts Summer School   Malvern

 

THE GARDENS GALLERY Montpellier Gardens, Montpellier Cheltenham    

 18 & 19 August 2011

HIRE SHARE

SCULPTURE FOR PAINTERS Human Form

Interested in hiring the gallery but would like to find someone to share the costs ? ² the Gallery has a Hire Share arrangement whereby interested artists/ceramicists etc are listed and compatible ones are linked-­up and put in touch with one another.

10am ² 4.30pm

Two spare places are available for this course. Painters of the human form can benefit enormously from studying the same form in 3 dimensions. Working from a live model you will increase your understanding of basic anatomy and of the amazing flexibility of the human form and the expressiveness of the face. Clay is a highly malleable, infinitely flexible medium which means that you can correct and refine the figure as your 3D grasp expands. When you return to painting you will find that you have a new insight into the human form. Ref : MSUN 146 Price : £100 College Contact : 01684 565351 Transport is available from Cheltenham. If interested contact Colin Doughty colin.doughty@blueyonder.co.uk after 9 August

BROADWAY ARTS FESTIVAL 2012 Broadway   CALLING ALL ARTISTS   As the theme for next year's Broadway Arts Festival Art Competition is "In the Garden" the organisers thought it would be helpful to let you know now rather than after the Summer. The 2012 Festival will focus on Alfred Parsons RA as well as Sargent and the rest of the Broadway colony. This time the competition will be open to artists nationwide with the main prize of £1000 and additional prizes for a local artist and visitors'choice. Further details and the registration form will be   available at www.broadwayartsfestival.com or from Arabella at ajkiszely@aol.com in due course.

If interested then contact info@gardensgallery.co.uk  

STRAND ARTS Grosvenor Street, Cheltenham Now open Mondays 10am ² 4pm Tues ² Sat 9.30am ² 5.00pm Closed Sunday &KHOWHQKDP·VRQO\GHGLFDWHGDUWVXSSOLHVVKRS 1LFN\¶VRIIHUVIRUAugust are: Buy 2 get 1 FREE on all Winsor & Newton artists quality paint ranges: Oils, Acrylics and watercolours. Buy 2 get 1 free on 75ml Cryla acrylics and 15ml Daler/Rowney artists watercolours. nicky_barrett@hotmail.com


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