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Sarah Wiseman Gallery presents Vicky Oldfield in June

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Vicky Oldfield will be exhibiting a selection of striking collagraph prints of her distinctive floral forms at Sarah Wiseman Gallery in June. Vicky (whose work is shown here courtesy of the artist and Studio Sixty Six) is a printmaker inspired by collections of found objects and natural forms. In particular, she is fascinated with the structure and design found in flowers, often drawing the same plant many times over.

In her forthcoming solo exhibition, visitors can expect to see a new collection of large scale works on paper which show her personal interpretations of British flowers blown up to majestic proportions. The strength of her line and highly attuned sense of detail lends itself well to this format.

Click here to read further about the exhibition.

‘In Situ: New Oxford Interiors’ Alison Pullen Solo Exhibition at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery (6-29 May)

Thursday, April 27th, 2017

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Image:  Alison Pullen’s Terrick Library, Fulham Palace (Courtesy of the artist and Sarah Wiseman Gallery)

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Sarah Wiseman Gallery presents in May In Situ: New Oxford Interiors’ Alison Pullen’s new solo exhibition running from 6 to 29 May.

‘In Situ: New Oxford Interiors’  is a completely new body of work by the acclaimed artist featuring representations of Oxford interiors from Blenheim Palace, Sheldonian Theatre, the Ashmolean, among others.

Sarah Wiseman Gallery presents Spring Exhibition in April featuring new works by Charlotte Cornish, Jane Walker and other gallery artists

Wednesday, April 5th, 2017
Sarah Wiseman Gallery‘s current Spring Exhibition showcases fresh new work from gallery artists. With a focus on colour, texture and light, the gallery will be filled with exciting new art that is set to inspire. New works by Charlotte Cornish (whose Lotus III is shown here courtesy of the artist and Sarah Wiseman Gallery) and Jane Walker as well as glass and ceramics from Graeme Hawes of Bi-Me, Tydd Pottery, Fliff Carr and Kit Anderson. New paintings by Daniel Ablitt and Andrew Hood will arrive later in the month.
About Charlotte Cornish
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Charlotte Cornish is one of the UK’s leading contemporary abstract artists, a distinctive voice in painting today. Her spectacular use of colour and energetic mark-making reveals a fascination with the endless possibilities of paint, exploring its qualities through layering and pouring it onto the canvas. Acrylic paint is her preferred medium as this dries relatively quickly, allowing her to build up many layers. You can take a look at available works here.

Bloom: Charlotte Hardy and Sally Stafford at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery (4 – 25 Feb)

Thursday, February 16th, 2017

Sarah Wiseman Gallery is pleased to announce ‘Bloom’ with Charlotte Hardy and Sally Stafford, a joyous, beautiful exhibition exploring colour and pattern interpreting floral forms.

Painter and illustrator Charlotte Hardy finds inspiration in decoration and pattern found in the everyday. Exploring arrangements of pleasing design such as flowers in vases, a still life of a dining table or a shop window display, Charlotte’s work is both loosely expressive and closely observed. Her brushwork is often simple and straightforward but also contain studies of wallpaper design, textile pattern or decoration of ceramics. Take a look at available works here.

Sally Stafford is well known for her expressive landscape painting, using mixed media. Colours and textures develop through application of multiple layers of paint, ink, wax and pigment. There is an element of impressionism in her painting in the way she approaches her work, the intuitive feel of her brushwork, however the mix of different media keeps it resolutely contemporary. View works included in the exhibition here and shown below is Matriarch (courtesy of the artist and Sarah Wiseman Gallery).

Sarah Wiseman Gallery Sally Stafford Matriarch

Peter Kettle’s new exhibition ‘On Meadow and River’ at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Sarah Wiseman Gallery presents brand new work by acclaimed young landscape painter Peter Kettle in a new exhibition ‘On Meadow and River’.

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Inspired by the varied and rugged landscape of the British countryside, Peter Kettle is a young painter best known for his expressive, textured landscapes, most notably of his native Wales.

For this exhibition at Sarah Wiseman Gallery, he finds inspiration in the wide expanses and gentle hills of Oxfordshire. Beginning with a walk along the Glyme Valley Way from Chipping Norton to Woodstock, Peter will make a journey through the county, exploring the history and ancient lore of the land, taking in locations like Christchurch Meadow and Oxford itself. Attracted by the city’s natural location, Peter’s work lends itself well to its cobbled streets and verdant surroundings.  Click here to read more.

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