Posts tagged ‘St. Ives’

November 19, 2016

Opening night photos – Belgrave St. Ives

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November 13, 2016

Penwith Gallery, St. Ives

Showing concurrently with my solo exhibition at Belgrave St. Ives is the large title painting, The Intimacy Of Liminal Spaces 2015, Oil and acrylic on linen 140 x 360cm.

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Thanks to the Penwith Society of Artists for allowing this to happen.

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The following image is of the wonderful Porthmeor Beach with The Island to the east and Tate St. Ives opposite.

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October 10, 2016

Photographing work for my upcoming show at Belgrave St. Ives

Fortunately my assistant was wide awake…most of the time.

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Belgrave St Ives - Modern & Contemporary Art

SARAH POLAND – The Intimacy Of Liminal Spaces

5th to 28th November 2016

Sarah Poland moved from Cornwall to Wales in 2011 shortly after her last one-person exhibition with the gallery in 2010. Part of the artist’s time was spent living off-grid in an Oak woodland. The works selected for this exhibition include drawings, prints and paintings all of which relate in one way or another to the natural environment experienced during this period by the artist. It is interesting to see how the change in surroundings, together with an intensive period of study at Aberystwyth School of Art, has effected the artist’s working methods.

SARAH POLAND - The Intimacy Of Liminal Spaces
August 10, 2013

Hot-Off-The-Press

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My latest lithographs are to be seen in  Belgrave Gallery’s Summer Exhibition. The gallery has an interesting mix of three different exhibitions. Three ‘themes’ titled ‘CONTEMPORARY ART Summer Exhibition 2013‘, ‘MODERN ART Summer Exhibition 2013‘, ‘TRIBAL ART Summer Exhibition 2013‘.

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The prints are titled Raven Fingers Pointing Call All. They are two in an edition of four different lithographs, made by preparing five different stones and printed on paper with different combinations of colours in different orders. The prints below use four and three stones consecutively. The title comes from the line of a poem titled ‘Under A Northern Sky’, written in Sheltand during a residency I undertook in 2006.

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March 25, 2013

| Black & White Exhibition |

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An exciting monochromatic exhibition opening on 29th March is at Belgrave Gallery St. Ives. They also have on, a vibrant show on urban and street art  called URBAN and will be showing some fine contemporary ceramics alongside. The poster for the exhibitions is below.

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URBAN | Ceramics | Black & White Exhibition
Belgrave St Ives

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America's Finest (and others)

29 March – 22 April 2013

The gallery is very pleased to present a new exhibition of Urban Art, featuring some of the key names in the genre. In 2008, Belgrave St Ives was the first gallery in Cornwall to present an exhibition by internationally acclaimed Urban and Street artists, and this new exhibition continues to explore this dynamic area of Contemporary Art. Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to see and acquire work by some of the best names in the field. All works in the exhibition are framed and available to purchase from receipt of this email.

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Studio Ceramics

The gallery continues to develop the area of good quality affordable applied art (ceramics, small design objects, etc.). If you are interested in studio pottery, have a look at our new website page featuring works by Richard Batterham, Alan Brough, Mike Dodd, Sotis Filippedes, Ninna Gotsche, Lisa Hammond, Shigeyoshi Ichino, David Leach, Peter Swanson, Phil Rogers, Harvey Young and others.

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Black & White Exhibition

An elegant, online-only focus show of primarily black & white works by Modern and Contemporary artists from the gallery’s inventory. By reducing the medium to black and white, the artist’s drawing ability is revealed through a reduction to essential elements. Includes works by Robert Adams, Sven Berlin, Sandra Blow, Alan Davie, Terry Frost, Roger Hilton, Peter Lanyon, Celia Paul, Sarah Poland, John Wells, Phil Whiting and others.

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