Old Fire Station Gallery Exhibitions

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Unveiling Nature's Palette

Start:

June 6, 2024

Finish:

June 11, 2024

https://www.simonpink.com/exhibitions

Renowned artists Kim Thompson and Simon Pink have joined forces to create a visual symphony that transcends traditional boundaries in the world of landscape and wildlife art. Their collaborative exhibition seamlessly intertwines vibrant colours and the captivating allure of wildlife with a distinctly contemporary twist, promising an immersive experience for art enthusiasts.

Kim Thompson celebrated for her detailed renderings of wildlife, brings a unique dimension to "Unveiling Nature's Palette." Her passion for the natural world is evident in every stroke, as she captures the essence of creatures big and small with an eye to detail, informed by her work in the field of wildlife illustration.

Simon Pink, recognized for his bold use of colour and dynamic compositions, brings a sense of energy and vivacity to the collaboration. His work often explores the emotional connection between the viewer and the environment, capturing the essence of landscapes in a way that goes beyond mere representation.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the artists, gain insights into their creative process, and acquire pieces that represent their unique representation of contemporary wildlife and landscape art. As well as original paintings there will be a selection of prints and cards available to buy.

Contemporary Silver Jewellery and Objects Exhibition

Start:

July 11, 2024

Finish:

July 13, 2024

http://www.bishopsland.org.uk

Bishopsland is an internationally recognised charity dedicated to the training and education of young people in the craft of silversmithing.  For over 30 years from our workshops in Dunsden we have trained the majority of the UK's leading silversmiths.  On display will be contemporary, beautifully hand-made jewellery and silver objects made by those attending our 2024 post-graduate programme and a selection of alumni.

Windsor Artists Collective Summer Show

Start:

July 18, 2024

Finish:

July 23, 2024

https://windsor-artists.org/

The Summer Show features five artists from Windsor Artists Collective.

Jenny Ainsley is an accomplished watercolour artist, specialising in the natural world and figurative subjects. Jenny has featured at six solo exhibitions in the UK and also in Spain.

Paul Barfoot trained as a technical illustrator. He works mainly in acrylics and watercolour, covering a wide range of subjects. His work is finely detailed and beautifully executed.

Sarah Cox has a passion for animals and enjoys creating images using soft pastels, watercolour, acrylic and occasionally oils. She has exhibited with The Red Kites, Henley Arts Trail, Cookham & Maidenhead Arts Trail and Cookham Art Club.

Debra Kasaska is a trained commercial artworker. She now produces stunning "fluid art" images. A love of colour and movement influences her creations which are available in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes.

Liz Robertson delights in the interaction of light and colour. She works predominantly in an impressionistic style using oils but also uses collage to produce children's book illustrations. Liz is featured in Fillingdon Fine Art Gallery and has won several local art competitions.

Creative Journeys

Start:

October 24, 2024

Finish:

October 29, 2024

“Creative Journeys” is the culmination of several years working to develop creativity using textiles, stitching and mixed media. We are each on a path of discovery, learning design principles, use of colour and seeing everyday things from new perspectives.  At first every studio session was an exploration of new techniques, experimenting with mark making, printing, colour mixing and fabric dying. Growing in confidence and ability, we now draw on individual inspiration to create themes and colour palettes for original work. This exciting approach has encouraged us to develop our own style and preferred media, on display here in Henley.