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ART EXHIBITION – 5 BRITISH CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS – FREE

We are proud to host an exhibition of pictures from five living artists, curated by Alan Kluckow in collaboration with Stapleford Granary. Christopher Farrell, Nicholas Herbert, Boo Mitford, Sally Moore, William Balthazar Rose OPENING Sunday 4 September, 9:00am - 2:00pm, with curator Alan Kluckow Open every day (Monday to Friday 08:30 - 4:00pm, Saturday 08:30 - 3:00pm and Sunday 9:00pm - 2:00pm) More info https://www.staplefordgranary.org.uk/whats-on/exhibitions-overview/5-contemporary-british-artists

  • 4th September 2022 - 13th November 2022
  • 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

We are proud to host an exhibition of pictures from five living artists, curated by Alan Kluckow in collaboration with Stapleford Granary.

Christopher Farrell, Nicholas Herbert, Boo Mitford, Sally Moore, William Balthazar Rose

 

OPENING Sunday 4 September, 9:00am – 2:00pm, with curator Alan Kluckow

All welcome

 

More info https://www.staplefordgranary.org.uk/whats-on/exhibitions-overview/5-contemporary-british-artists

 

Open every day  (Monday to Friday 08:30 – 4:00pm, Saturday 08:30 – 3:00pm and Sunday 9:00pm – 2:00pm)

Also open during events

 

Alan Kluckow writes:

 

‘The phrase ‘contemporary’ when used together with ‘art’ in today’s world, usually presumes we are talking about the more extreme forms of the practice, but the dictionary lists the meaning as ‘belonging to or occurring in the present’ which is a reminder that contemporary also includes large numbers of artists who work in what would be called traditional or old fashioned ways. This number has been steadily growing in recent years as young painters and sculptors return to these tried and tested ways of expressing themselves, and this exhibition showcases a small selection of paintings by 5 practitioners who use traditional methods and materials to make their art.

 

Boo Mitford is the only one who could easily be categorised as an abstract artist, the others fall into what we loosely call realist or representational. However, one look at the styles and techniques used by the four representational painters in this exhibition shows us how diverse a small group of realists can be.

 

Sally Moore and William Balthazar Rose are narrative painters, Sally using herself as the featured model in all her work to tell stories about her life, real and imagined. William invents extraordinary visual tales, almost always featuring his favourite subject – chefs.

 

Nicholas Herbert and Christopher Farrell are probably best described as landscape artists, but the contrast in what they have to say about this subject could not be greater. Nick uses meticulous detail and a darker palette to carefully observe the mysteries of the rural countryside, while Chris employs a much brighter and energetic approach to record the buzz of cityscapes’.

 

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