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Land, Sea & Sky
31st January - 24th February 2018
At Chapel Arts, Cheltenham
Chapel Arts re-opens for 2018 on Wednesday 31st January with works from five artists with very differing styles but which are very much based in the themes of Land, Sea and Sky. There will be a Private View on Friday 2nd February, 6.30 – 8.00pm to which you are invited.
This is our first exhibition under our new hours and will run until Saturday 24th February. The gallery and coffee shop will now be open Wednesday – Saturday 10am – 4pm.
Michael Norman, Vice President of the Pastel Society brings us scenes of Venice, the West Country and Scilly Isles coastal views in all their glory. A master in pastel this is a master class in the technique.
Kim Jarvis is a local landscape painter working in oils. Her love of the British coast draws her to the wild, unkempt places where the sky, sea and land dance with light in ever-changing patterns and colours. This exhibition has captured many of the stunning scenes from the Scottish coastline.
Wildlife artist Jackie Cox showcases works on scraperboard, this unusual medium takes on a freshness and vitality, bringing the subject matter to life.
Alongside Jackie, another wildlife artist Chris Sinden is showing us his intricate linocuts. Chris has developed a collage-style printing where smaller images butt up against each other to make a larger final picture.
Finally, by no means least Cheltenham based Stella Hobley will be showing some exciting collagraphs, small but intricate, eye-catching offerings.
For more information about Chapel Arts, please visit the website.
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