Beyond Colour – a solo exhibition by Naini

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Beyond Colour – a solo exhibition by Naini

Beyond Colour is an exhibition of art work that attempts to lead the viewer beyond the creative expression and into the invisible or the formless. So, how exactly does one paint something that is formless? And what does it look like? It is impossible to paint that which is formless! The universe is that formless which is alive and ever expanding. In art this has been expressed through purest expression in minimalist oils but can also be experienced in more relatable paintings like a simple landscape, a drawing or an illustration. Our physical world is an expression of this very formless breathing expanding universe. To find out more about how to go beyond colour and form, visit us at Wynd Gallery from 22 – 30 Aug, where you will be shown ‘how-to-look’ in just a few steps. This method can be applied to enhance any experience like sipping tea or even a stroll.

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Group Summer Show 2020

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Group Exhibition by Wynd Gallery Artists

Our Summer Exhibition is here

Over 20 local artists currently exhibiting their work at the gallery.

Our artists never fail to impress with their talent and ability to convey their ideas in a variety of media, both traditional and modern. Our group shows always present new work so do call in regularly to view your favourite artist’s work.

Whilst all work is for sale, you are welcome to come along and browse the exhibits.

The Wynd Gallery is run by the artists, so you also have an opportunity to meet at least one of us for a chat and an insight into our work.

We also have a great selection of greetings cards produced by our artists too.

‘Distraction’ – a solo exhibition by Sandy Campbell

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Distraction – a solo exhibition by Sandy Campbell

Distraction – immersing yourself in anything that you enjoy and that takes your full attention. Just one of many recommended strategies to cope with isolation during the Covid-19 lockdown. Created at a time when making art of any kind seemed a monumental challenge, Sandy Campbell subsequently did find solace in the sanctuary of her studio. This new body of work is both playful and experimental in its approach, allowing the artist to fully escape into a world of colour, texture and surface. It is our hope that this exhibition will take you on a similar journey and give you, the viewer, your very own moments of distraction.

Sandy Campbell is an abstract painter whose work is firmly rooted in her experience of the declining urban landscape. The abandonment and decay surrounding her first studio in Luton influenced the development of the highly textured and complex surfaces that she creates, as well as inspiring her 3D pieces that use recycled materials.

 

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‘I Care Campaign’ – a solo exhibition by Adrian Marden

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‘I Care Campaign’ a solo exhibition by Adrian Marden

Adrian Marden’s exhibition launches the “I CARE CAMPAIGN”

The virus pandemic has raised many questions about the way we have been doing things, and the campaign’ is being developed to help build awareness of the ever topical need for care and consideration. ‘I Care’ offers a range of products each associated with a contemporary concern. Each artefact displays a QR link which takes the user to a website where individual commentaries are developed. The web comments provide concise facts and expert opinion on a particular concern designed to help foster informed discussion.

Choosing an object, wearing the item or displaying the image should prompt others to engage with it. Each person therefore starts their own campaign, taking small steps to ‘Spread the Word‘ and create a better society.

Hope you can help.

Adrian

 

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Group Show February to March 2020

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Group Exhibition by Wynd Gallery Artists

Happy New Year to you all.

Over 20 local artists currently exhibiting their work at the gallery.

Our artists never fail to impress with their talent and ability to convey their ideas in a variety of media, both traditional and modern. Our group shows always present new work so do call in regularly to view your favourite artist’s work.

Whilst all work is for sale, you are welcome to come along and browse the exhibits.

The Wynd Gallery is run by the artists, so you also have an opportunity to meet at least one of us for a chat and an insight into our work.

We also have a great selection of greetings cards produced by our artists too.

Artist’s Studio Spring Clean Show: February 2020

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Group Exhibition by Wynd Gallery Artists

Over 20 local artists currently exhibiting their work at the Wynd Gallery, Letchworth.

This exhibition gives our artists an opportunity to give their studios a spring clean! What does this mean? It means it’s your chance to grab an original piece of art at a bargain price!

So take advantage of this time-limited exhibition and invest in a local artist and add something special for your wall.

The Wynd Gallery is run by the artists, so you also have an opportunity to meet at least one of us for a chat and an insight into our work.

We also have a great selection of greetings cards produced by our artists too.

Group Show January 2020

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Group Exhibition by Wynd Gallery Artists

Happy New Year to you all.

Over 20 local artists currently exhibiting their work at the gallery.

Our artists never fail to impress with their talent and ability to convey their ideas in a variety of media, both traditional and modern. Our group shows always present new work so do call in regularly to view your favourite artist’s work.

Whilst all work is for sale, you are welcome to come along and browse the exhibits.

The Wynd Gallery is run by the artists, so you also have an opportunity to meet at least one of us for a chat and an insight into our work.

We also have a great selection of greetings cards produced by our artists too.

Aspects Of Nature – Group Exhibition

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‘Aspects Of Nature’, A group exhibition by gallery artists; Rita Dare, Anja Penger-Onyet, Hayley Trampenau

 

Landscape and Seascape artist Rita Dare, ceramicist Anja Penger-Onyett and animal Artist Hayley Trampenau have joined together to create an outstanding exhibition of their work, inspired by the natural world.

Join us during our week’s exhibition to see and enjoy Rita’s expressive mixed media paintings, Hayley’s pen, ink and acrylic works and Anja’s colourful and durable ceramics: all inspired by ‘Aspects of Nature’

Meet the artists on their open day.

Open Day
Sunday 10th November 11am – 4pm

 

Group Show September 2019

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Group Exhibition by Wynd Gallery Artists

Over 20 local artists currently exhibiting their work at the gallery.

Our artists never fail to impress with their talent and ability to convey their ideas in a variety of media, both traditional and modern.

Whilst all work is for sale, you are welcome to come along and browse the exhibits.

The Wynd Gallery is run by the artists, so you also have an opportunity to meet at least one of us for a chat and an insight into our work.

We also have a great selection of greetings cards produced by our artists too.

Stanley Greening & Kate Windibank

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allēgoria, is a group exhibition by gallery artists, Stanley Greening and Kate Windibank.

Kate uses the inner and outer surfaces of the ceramic vessel to explore the concepts of repressed emotions, concealed truths, fragility and strength. The work is reminiscent of time-worn objects; shells or rocks eroded by the elements.  Their truths, once hidden, now revealed through the transformational nature of time.

Stanley’s oil pastel and pencil drawings present dark narratives and misdirection creating mischievous allegories, whilst his stark charcoal and carbon drawings are dense nest-like networks offering sinister worlds constructed of tangled ladders and ‘organic’ matter.

Both artists are concerned with surface, each pushing their materials beyond convention to create their own surprising results. From the complex surfaces created by oxides and glazes in Kate’s sculptures, to the obsessive, layered, textured detail in Stanley’s drawings, both command intimate scrutiny. And it’s through close exploration that you begin to unravel allēgoria.

 

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