A new body of work by local artists, Sandy Campbell and Audrey Imber.
10 – 17 March 2018 10am-5pm
Opening Reception: Saturday 10th March 2pm with drinks and nibbles
Mark making has been described as the lines, dots, textures and patterns used by an artist to create an artwork. Whether painted, drawn or even scratched onto a surface, an artist can use gesture to express their feelings and emotions in response to the world around them.
The Wynd Gallery is therefore proud to present Making Our Mark, a new body of work by local artists Sandy Campbell and Audrey Imber.
Following Stanley Greening’s solo exhibition, our group exhibition, by our gallery artists, is proving another great success.There is always something new to view from artists like Jasmine Rae who creates atmospheric abstract oil paintings full of texture and emotion, or Adrian Marden who explores the aspects of materialism by examining simple domestic objects in a style he refers to as ‘EcoPop’, or ‘Pop Art with a conscience’.
Don’t forget we change our exhibitions every few weeks so there is always something new to view.
Image shown, watercolour by Keith Wells.
Great to see so many at Stanley’s exhibition private view. The evening was a great success which has only continued throughout the week. If you haven’t had an opportunity to see these unique drawings by Stanley Greening, please do come along. The exhibition is on until 11th February.
All works are for sale.
Stanley also has signed copies of his hardback book for sale by order. His book consists of 20 pages of personally selected images of his work. You can order directly from his website HERE.
Solo exhibition 3rd to 11th February 2018
Stanley’s unique drawings have been described, appropriately, as; menacing and mischevious, serenely melancholic, sexual, dark and sinister, but playful and humorous.
The artist will be at the gallery to discuss his work on the following days:
Also, the artist can be contacted here if you would like to arrange another time.
Starting 2018 off with some more great works by our gallery artists.
Don’t forget we change our exhibitions every few weeks so there is always something new to view; from beautiful glass works by Opal Seabrook, (see featured image), awesome jewellery, top-notch ceramics to a fantastic range of fine art from hand-picked local talent.
Another great exhibition but with added Christmas twinkle!
Come along and browse these great works by local artists. As Christmas is just around the corner we even have some beautiful hand-crafted glass Xmas tree decorations, not to mention the stunning display of fine art, ceramics and jewelry, which all make perfect gifts.
All work on display is for sale but you are most welcome to browse and enjoy the work too.
We also have a great selection of greeting cards by our artists!
Now on at the Wynd Gallery, Graham Matthews, ‘Expedition India’.
An exhibition of photography and video art, offering the viewer a unique window into the harsh realities of third world rural India and the efforts being made to try to provide basic medical care to the poor.
Following the success of our first exhibition we now have more great work on display by our gallery artists. With such an eclectic blend of fine art and crafts of the highest quality, there truly is something for every taste.
If you haven’t visited us yet then please do, you won’t be disappointed! Why not pop on over and enjoy an aesthetic wonderment. You’ll even meet one of the artists! There are some nice cafes in the area for you to sit and ponder which great piece of work you want to buy.
The gallery looks great all finished! Walls painted and lighting installed, excellent job everyone!
As the Wynd Gallery prepares for its first exhibition, the artwork arrives. Eager to adorn walls, shelves, and plinths, the work can merely tease the eye through its blurred, bubbly wrappings. The gallery slowly fills with work from over 20 artists; sculptures, paintings, ceramics, prints, jewelry, drawings… A well selected, diverse, range of artists and disciplines that meld perfectly and promising to inject a huge creative buzz to the local area.