Posts Tagged ‘Andrew Hood’
Sarah Wiseman Gallery presents Spring Exhibition in April featuring new works by Charlotte Cornish, Jane Walker and other gallery artistsWednesday, April 5th, 2017
Sarah Wiseman Gallery in Oxford presents Connections an exhibition with Andrew Hood and Carol Peace (whose work First Sun is shown here courtesy of the artist and Sarah Wiseman Gallery), two artists exploring the connections we make with one another and with the landscapes around us. Connections runs until October 29th. For more information click here.
Working in sculpture and in painting respectively, both artists begin by drawing from life; in Carol’s case in the life room with a model, or with Andrew Hood, a chosen location in a city street or remote landscape. Both seek an emotional response from what they see, immersing themselves and the viewer into their own perceived world. Forming connections between vision and the page, canvas or clay – pencil, brushes or charcoal becomes an extension of the eye, arm and hand.
The exhibition promises to be a visual and sensual feast, both sculpture and painting in an exploration of texture, dynamic mark making, movement and colour.
The Sarah Wiseman Gallery in Oxford presents Jamaica Street Connection, a group exhibition from 5 March – 2 April
The Bristol-based Jamaica Street Artists will exhibit a diverse and compelling range of new paintings, celebrating the long-standing connection between the gallery and one of the largest and most dynamic creative-led studios in the country. Visitors to the gallery will already be familiar with established Sarah Wiseman Gallery artists Daniel Ablitt (whose work ‘Light Across the Water’ is shown here courtesy of the artist and Sarah Wiseman Gallery), Dan Parry-Jones and Andrew Hood while Elaine Jones, Kate Evans, Abigail Reed, Serena Curmi and Clare Bonnet will be new introductions. Read more about the exhibition on the Sarah Wiseman Gallery website by clicking here.
Image: Emmie van Biervliet’s work courtesy of Sarah Wiseman Gallery
This October, Sarah Wiseman gallery will be showcasing the work of two artists exploring Oxford, each bringing their own particular vision and interpretation of the city so familiar to many of us. Those of us living and working in Oxford, it’s easy to take for granted what an extraordinary and rare treasure the city really is, and sometimes it’s not until we see our home through visitor’s eyes that this is revealed to us. For more information contact Sarah Wiseman.
Image: Andrew Hood’s West Coast Horizon (Courtesy of Sarah Wiseman Gallery)
As part of their Christmas Exhibition, Sarah Wiseman Gallery is looking forward to seeing you at the gallery this weekend for Mulled Wine & Mince Pies, that will be served from 11.30am. For more information contact Sarah Wiseman Gallery .
The artist in focus this weekend is Andrew Hood whose stunning collection of landscape paintings will be on show.