May 31 2012 Sara
Find out about great events submitted by ArtWeb members from around the world! See below…
Event: Old Cornwall Exhibiton featuring Cathy Stringer
Dates: 23rd June to 21 July
Cost: Free entry
Where: Lander Gallery, Lemon Street, TRURO, TR1 1 AA, England
Details: Exhibition of Images of Cornwalls Past. Featuring Cathy Stringer and Christopher Tate
Event: In The Garden
Dates: 18th June – 6th July
Free: Chalk Gallery, 4 North Street, Lewes, Lewes, BN7, England
Details: As featured artist Carolyn Kirkland has explored an interplay between human and botanical forms. A secret, the timeless exchnage between the garden and the participant. Her style – in line and mark has emerged from an obsession with traditional Oriental calligaphy and painting. Her use of tone has been influenced by Seurat. Passion for texture, pattern and colours derives from frequenting museums and galleries, seeking out the sumptuouness of textiles and fashion both ancient and modern.
Event: MICHELE WALLINGTON-AN EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS & PRINTS
Dates: 25TH JUNE TO 28TH JULY 2012
Where: COLESHILL GALLERY, CAFE & SHOP, The Old Carpenters Yard, Coleshill, NR Faringdon, Oxon, SN6 7PT, UK
Details: An exhibition of paintings & prints by artist and adult tutor Michele Wallington
Event: Mutleys and Moggies
Dates: 16th June – 4th August
Where: Singing Soul Gallery, 19 Stone Street, Cranbrook, Kent
Details: Open Mon-Sat 9.30-5.30. Various artists, the owner Marie Prett’s ceramics and paintings, and Mary Stubberfield’s cat paintings.
Event: Wide World Art and Craft Exhibition by Tracey Unwin
Dates: 2nd June – 16th June
Where: The Art Place, 14 North Cross Street, Gosport, Hampshire, England
Details: A selection of my paintings and craft items will be on display in the shop window and in the back room gallery, for two weeks beginning Saturday 2nd June. in Gosport near Portsmouth. All pieces are for sale.
Event: Art in mind
Dates: 13th-25th June
Where: The Brick Lane Gallery, 196 Brick Lane, London, E1 6SA, England
Details: For two weeks in June, Artists from all over the world will be gathering to exhibit at The Brick Lane Gallery, London. It’ll be an exciting mix of
works and well worth a visit.
Event: Surrey Artists Open Studios (submitted by David Raison)
Dates: 14, 16,17and 24 June
Where: My garage studio, Studio 61 in catalogue, 11 Lapwing Grove, Guildford, GU4 7DZ, United Kingdom
Details: You can request a catalogue via the website.
Where: London Metropolitan University, Central House, Aldgate East Tube Station, London
Details: Degree show of Final Graduates work
Event: Patricia Colyer at SOS Showcase Exhibition
Dates: 26 May to 5 June
Cost: Admission Free
Where: Blackthorpe Barn, Rougham, Bury St Edmunds, IP30 9LZ, UK
Details: Suffolk Open Studios, Showcase Exhibition
In this very special year of both the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics, make sure you visit Suffolk Open Studio’s Showcase Exhibition to be held from 26 May to 5 June 2012 at Blackthorpe Barn (off the A14 at junction 45). Here you will see paintings, sculpture, jewellery, photography, glass, ceramics, textiles and mosaics. Whatever your interest or preference in the creative arts, there are sure to be many things that will delight you.
This is just a taste of what\’s to come. During the month of June each of the artists open their studios to the public to display their skills, offering demonstrations and an opportunity to see hands on how and where they create their work. Also there’s the chance to purchase something unique. So visit Blackthorpe Barn, where all artwork is for sale. View the artists’ work, pick up a copy of the free SOS Directory and decide which members you will visit to see how they work and what inspires them. The SOS Directory will be available in all Libraries and Tourist Information offices throughout Suffolk.
Websites: Further details can be found at http://www.suffolkopenstudios.co.uk, http://www.blackthorpebarn.com/suffolkopenstudios.cfm, or http://patriciacolyer.co.uk
Event: Full to the Gunwales
Dates: 1 – 15 June 2012
Where: Blake Gallery, Civic Centre Gravesend, Windmill Street Gravesend Kent, Gravesend, DA12 1AU, UK
Details: An exhibition of marine painting by Kevin Clarkson and Jack Messam of the National Maritime Museum Art Club. Open Monday to Friday 9 – 5pm
Event: More than Meets the Eye. (submitted by Emma Jane)
Dates: 24th June to 13th July 2012
Where: Texnourgio Art Cafe Rhodes Harbour, Australias 26, Rhodes, 85100, Greece
Event: Collecting Art An Affordable Art Fair
Dates: June 2, 2012
Where: Monclair Art Museum, 3 South Mountain Ave, Montclair,NJ, 07438, USA
Details: Collecting Art: An Affordable Art Fair. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Select from art made by a diverse group of artists offering pieces at prices under $500. Help support local and emerging artists while expanding your own
collection! Visitors will also have the opportunity to hear local musicians, sponsored by Whole Foods Market Montclair.
Participating Artists: Luis Alves Collage, Alina Bliach, Jo Bradney, Aric Calfee, Gabrielle D’Angelo, Liz Demaree, Robyn Ellenbogen, Susan Fidlon, Michael Hart, Linda A. Ippolito, Ji Yong Kim, Wendy Letven, Maria Lupo, Cathy Pilkin, Adam Pitt, Christopher Reach, Brandon Rechten, Janice Reis, Christine Sauerteig-Pilaar, Christine Soccio, Lisa Stoeffel, Doreen Tighe, Victoria Tullo, and Julian Weitzenfeld.
Event: Art Event (Submitted by Maria Kemp)
Where: Caves Rojales, Cuevas Del Rodeo, Rojales, Spain
Details: STARTS AT 11AM
Event: Wedding Dress Exhibition (submitted by Jaki Bogg)
Dates: 1st-5th June
Where: All Hallows Church, All Hallows Parish Church, Shelley Lane, Kirkburton, Huddersfield, HD8 0SJ, UK
Event: Art on the Common
Dates: 16th 17th June
Where: Harpenden Common, Harpenden, Herts, AL5, UK
Details: Julia Rigby will be exhibiting and selling her work at the annual ART ON THE COMMON event on the 16th and 17th June. This is an outdoor events featuring local artists exhibiting their work for Cancer Research UK.
Event: Bucks Open Studios (Submitted by Nathalie Pymm)
Dates: June 8th to 24th
Where: Obsidian Art Gallery, Layby Farm, (The Bucks Goat Centre), Old Risborough Road, Stoke Mandeville, HP22 5XJ, England
Details: Opening Times: Weekdays 10am – 6pm, Saturdays 10am – 5pm, Sundays 10am – 5pm. Meet The Artist from 2pm Sunday 17th & 24th June
Event: Two Peninsula Artists
Dates: Sat.2nd June to Sun.17th.June 2012
Cost: Free Admission
Where: The Westcroft Gallery, Market Street, Kingsand, PL10 1NE, South East Cornwall,
Details: Joint Exhibition Richard Jenkins and Jim Woolley. Also open each weekend in June. 10.30am to 5.30pm. Other times by appointment. Email: richard @richardjenkinsart.co.uk.
Event: Coral Reef I (submitted by Tania Jany Brown)
Dates: 1st – 4th June 2012
Where: Liverpool Art Fair, Camp & Furnace, Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 0BY, England
Details: The Liverpool Art Fair from 1st to 4th June, 11am to 6pm at Camp & Furnace. This event brings together the work of more than 70 Liverpool area artists with the aim of showcasing and making affordable art available for purchase by the public. Painting, sculpture and photographic works are available for purchase – all at less than £1000 and many at £100 or less. Please join us for this wonderful inaugural event! for more info visit facebook.com/LiverpoolArtFair
Event: Abstract nature (submitted by Elina Mir)
Dates: June 9 to 10
Where: 2428 Foothill blvd. suite H, La Crescenta, Ca, 91214, USA
Details: You are invited to an art and craft show on June 9 & 10. The show will feature paintings, photographs, jewelry, and clothes. Hope to see you at the show!
Event: Sonia Bublaitis
Dates: 2-10 June 2012
Cost: Free at some venues but check their website for details!
Where: Stratford Fringe Festival, Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire, UK
Details: I was delighted to be have approached by the organiser to attend the Stratford Fringe Festival! I am entering 3 pieces. One painting which will be shown in Castle Galleries, a photograph and a garden painting will be placed around various locations in the town. I look forward to meeting other artists who are also taking part! I will be doing an art demo in the window of Castle Galleries in the morning on 6 June 2012 so I hope to see you there!
Event: Christine Lloyd Walker – Mosaic Techniques
Dates: June 9th 2012
Cost: Free or £5 kit to take home
Where: St Mary de Haura, Church Street, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN42, UK
Details: Part of the Adur Festival this drop-in mosaic workshop for adults and children starts at 11am and finishes around 4.30pm. Learn a few mosaic techniques and take home a piece of your own artwork for £5. No need to book, just come in to the church and have some fun!
Event: La joie de vivre (submitted by Malcom Croft)
Dates: 22nd June onwards
Where: Collect Art, 36 London Road, Alderley Edge, Cheshire
Details: An exhibition 40 new oil paintings by Malcolm Croft, a rising star of the Northern arts scene. Inspired by summers spent living and painting in the medieval village of Azille in the south of France these new works catpure the heat and light of the Midi.
Dates: 16 June to July 27 2012
Where: The Beetroot Gallery, South Street, Draycott, DE37 3PP, UK
Details: Recent paintings by Mick Rafferty plus other wprks
Event: Peggy Cozzi
Dates: 26th May til 9th June
Where: Mulberry Gallery, Weymouth Library, Great George Street, Weymouth, Dorset, dt48nn, uk
Details: Exhibition of paintings
Other Noteworthy exhibitions!
Event: She Lay Down Deep Beneath the Sea – Tracey Emin at Turner Contemporary
Dates: Until 23rd September 2012
Where: Rendezvous Margate Kent, Kent CT9 1HG, United Kingdom
Details: Tracey Emin’s first major solo exhibition at Turner Contemporary is conceived specially for Margate, where Emin grew up and which has provided inspiration for many of her most famous art works. The exhibition explores the themes of love, sensuality and romanticism in Emin’s oeuvre, featuring both new and existing works including drawings, monoprints, sculptures and neons. The exhibition’s central themes continue in a display of paintings, sketches and watercolours of erotic subjects by Tracey Emin as well as JMW Turner and Auguste Rodin, whose iconic sculpture The Kiss is on show at Turner Contemporary until 2 September 2012.
Event: ON: A Re-imagining of Blackpool Illuminations
Dates: Until July 12th
Where: Grundy Art Gallery, Queen Street, Blackpool FY1 1PX, United Kingdom
Details: Grundy Art Gallery has commissioned artist Brian Griffiths to respond to the town’s famous Illuminations for their 100 years anniversary. Exploring the idea and uses of light, Griffiths has created an exhibition that will be a unique presentation of a selection of actual or fragments of illuminations from the Blackpool Illuminations department and archive. It will showcase the diversity of lights and the breadth of imagination that takes the viewer effortlessly from ancient Greece to science fiction future, from human-sized teddy bears to gigantic Tiffany lamps.
Event: Thomas Demand
Dates: Until 23rd June
Where: Matthew Marks Gallery, 522 W 22nd St., New York, NY, 10011
Details: Matthew Marks announces Thomas Demand, the next exhibition in his gallery at 522 West 22nd Street. This will be the artist’s first one-person exhibition at Matthew Marks Gallery. The centerpiece of the exhibition will be a new film, Pacific Sun (2012). Based on a video of a cruise ship caught in a storm between the Republic of Vanuatu and Auckland, New Zealand which the artist found on Youtube, Pacific Sun follows the full narrative arc of the ship’s violent encounter in the Tasman Sea. Seen from the point of view of a security camera in the boat’s café, the film begins with the subtle movement of small items and escalates to a full emergency.
Event: Hiroshi Sugimoto: Five Elements
Dates: Until 23rd June
Where: Gallery Koyanagi, Koyanagi Bldg. 8F, 1-7-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Details: The “five elements” in this exhibition refer to the earth, water, fire, wind and sky that are believed to make up the substance of this world according to the Buddhist scriptures. During the Heian period in Japan, these five elements became the basis for the form of Buddhist reliquaries. For this exhibition, Sugimoto has created pagoda-shaped reliquary sculptures out of optical glass, which contain self-made films depicting seascapes.
Event: Matisse – Pairs and Sets
Dates: Until 18th June
Where: Pompidou Centre, Paris
Details: Through a selection of masterpieces by the artist, the exhibition “Matisse, pairs and sets” illuminates a singular aspect of his art: the exploration of the same subject repeatedly, the same pattern, which allows the artist to explore the painting itself. Pairs or sets, these ricochets formal variations framework, drawing, touch, color, are a regular features of his work. The exhibition comprises sixty paintings and thirty drawings, to trace his artistic career, from 1899 to 1952. Faced with these couples and these digressions, that’s all the work of Matisse and he is allowed to enter, with its breaks, its reversals and his conquests.